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MAC Shark 9 diving knife

MAC Shark 9 diving knife

Regular price 475 NOK
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The diving knife on the market that offers the most knife for the money?

MAC's Shark 9 diving knife has been one of the Italian manufacturer's absolute best sellers since its inception in 1964. A classic, simple, but rock-solid and robust knife in better quality than most other brands. MAC only makes knives and that's what they can do. NB: The color of the shaft may vary.

You won't find many quality diving knives for this price, that's for sure. Especially for scuba divers who only want a simple knife for hunting and safety, the MAC Shark 9 is an obvious choice.

Areas of use
The MAC Shark 9 is suitable for all forms of diving and comes with a good sheath and 2 x rubber knife straps to fasten around the leg. Can be used in connection with boating, water sports, diving, free diving, underwater hunting, professional diving or rescue. Classic design and a knife that can be used both for underwater hunting and as pure safety.

If you are looking for a similar knife more suitable for underwater hunting and freediving, you will find the Shark 9 Apnea here ->

Features and characteristics
* Stainless steel 1.4028
* In the well-known MAC COLTELLERIE style, you have top quality
* One side of the knife blade is serrated and the other side is smooth with a line cutter.
* Hardness: 55-56HRC
* Solid handle in Polypropylene plastic with a good grip. "Eye" at the end of the handle for attachment with lanyard etc
* Knife blade thickness - 2.9mm / 0.11 inch
* The entire knife has a total length of 18 cm and the blade alone is 8.5 cm long
* The knife alone weighs only 58 grams and the sheath has a weight of 19 grams

Optional option: Velcro strap
Elastic and comfortable Velcro strap that fits better on the suit and is more comfortable than rubber knife straps. The strap is easily threaded through the sheath of most knives on the market.

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