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    Hello,
    I bought this diving knife about 25 years ago, I think,,, I don't remember the brand. I used it for spear fishing, snorkeling, when I had the stamina. I was cleaning some gear yesterday & found it. Cleaned it up & set a good bevel & 1K edge. She hones easily & had real no stains after all these years.

    If you recognize the brand, please let me know. Thanks for looking,
    Hirlau

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    I think it is a PDKIG
    Similar to a PHIG
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    ,,,,, I never saw that coming,,,,,,,,,,

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    If I find a laser engraver , I'm gonna have those initials put on it,,,
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    Nice one, my friend. How long is the blade?


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    4 inch blade,,, 9 inch overall

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    Blade looks somewhat similar to old Scubapro knives I saw years back. Couldn't say for sure though.

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    It does look like a Scubapro, but it doesn't have Scubapro on it or sheath. All of their products that I've ever seen had Scubapro clearly advertised on the hilt and sheath.
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