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Old 25 April 2007, 11:19   #41
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Just odered one of these they look the business and it only cost $29.00

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I keep this on my PFD while boating. It is Columbia River Knife & Tool comapany's 'Bear Claw" with the tear drop point. The rounded & blunt 'point' and inset blade will minimize the threat to the tubes, while the serrated edge cuts through rope and webbing extremely efficiently. Here is a link:

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Old 28 April 2007, 16:05   #42
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Excellent choice Chris. You'll be extremely impressed once you receive it, and see why it is superior to other emergency knife designs for useage with inflatable boats.
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Old 28 April 2007, 16:12   #43
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I just cancelled my knife. I ordered the RYA RKK knife in December and still haven't had it delivered. Now I'm hoping to pick one up tomorrow at the boat Jumble.
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I just cancelled my knife. I ordered the RYA RKK knife in December and still haven't had it delivered. Now I'm hoping to pick one up tomorrow at the boat Jumble.
Biggles - if you find any RYA RRK's at the jumble, please call my mobile with a price, as I'm after a couple for Mum and Dad.
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Biggles - if you find any RYA RRK's at the jumble, please call my mobile with a price, as I'm after a couple for Mum and Dad.

No probs.
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Old 28 April 2007, 19:56   #47
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I reckon one of these looks useful if you can find one that's any good now.
The handle's cork so they float. It's a wwII dinghy survival knife. There's a couple on ebay at the mo but they aren't cheap.

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Old 28 April 2007, 20:28   #48
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Matt,

Looks absolutley evil....
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Old 29 April 2007, 15:56   #49
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I reckon one of these looks useful if you can find one that's any good now.
The handle's cork so they float. It's a wwII dinghy survival knife. There's a couple on ebay at the mo but they aren't cheap.

Never seen one of those before, but along the same idea a rounded blunt nose and an inset blade to minimize risk of punturing/slashing tubes.

Mind you, if you had told me it was a midevil surgical instrument, I'd have been none the wiser.
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One of these is a must. Ideal for self defence against sharks....
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