sistem de asigurare in teaca

English translation: sheath equipped with a locking system

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Romanian term or phrase:sistem de asigurare in teaca
English translation:sheath equipped with a locking system
Entered by: Dorli Dinescu

11:52 Aug 29, 2016
Romanian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / costum de scufundare
Romanian term or phrase: sistem de asigurare in teaca
Cutit:

Sistem metalic de asigurare in teaca.
Dorli Dinescu
Local time: 19:42
sheath equipped with a locking system
Explanation:
I found the phrase on a website selling SEAL type knives: http://www.scuba.com/US/scuba-gear-30/024342/Aqua-Lung.-Argo...

The knives shown don't have such a sheath but one of the forum members commented that it doesn't have a locking system. He's a certified scuba instructor so I'd trust his choice of terminology.
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Emil Niculescu
United States
Local time: 09:42
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4 +1sheath equipped with a locking system
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sheath equipped with a locking system


Explanation:
I found the phrase on a website selling SEAL type knives: http://www.scuba.com/US/scuba-gear-30/024342/Aqua-Lung.-Argo...

The knives shown don't have such a sheath but one of the forum members commented that it doesn't have a locking system. He's a certified scuba instructor so I'd trust his choice of terminology.

Example sentence(s):
  • Hello Stephen, the weight of this is 0.8 lbs. The sheath does not have a locking system. In the blunt version yes the serated goes down the length of the blade.

    Reference: http://www.scuba.com/US/scuba-gear-30/024342/Aqua-Lung.-Argo...
Emil Niculescu
United States
Local time: 09:42
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