Do you. Know if it will mount to a Seahawk?
describe seahawk is a Bc. weight belt , etc. I have mine attache to a sherwood BC. great choice
I don't have a Scubapro BC...mine are all Seaquest, however, I believe that the knife mount gromet spacing is standard on the BC's so the knife should mount OK. Leisurepro is really good about returns if you find it otherwise. You'll like the knife. Small enough yet big enough and the titanium stays very sharp.
I like these knives, especially the smaller titanium tanto, a lot.
Without actually having a Seahawk--and without knowing your size and diving situation (wetsuits, gloves, mits, etc.)--I can’t say for sure how well this will work for you.
I will say the sheath offers more attachment options than any other sheath I’ve seen (35+ years diving).
It might mate horizontally with the knife attachment grommets on the Seahawk pockets. Depending on your size it might work attached, handle-down, on either the shoulder straps or on the LP inflator hose (I’d use doubled zip-ties at both top and bottom mountings, rather than the supplied hose straps, for more security if attaching it to the LP inflator hose).
I think even the smaller SqueezeLock may be a little long for shoulder mounting (I use a really small--3"overall--Cold Steel “neck knife” mounted on the shoulder strap as a back-up).
I carry the SqueezeLock mounted, old-school style, on the outside (where the belting goes across the weight) of a hard weight on my weight belt so it is not rubbing against me/my wetsuit and is easier to get to because it is a bit further away from my body.
I have another sheath mounted on the SPG hose of a reg I keep as a “loaner” for company.
I have also mounted these knives to two different PFDs for ocean kayaking.
I like that the belt attachment on the sheath opens to go around fixed straps/belts but then CLOSES with a SCREW LOCK so it won’t fall off.
LeisurePro was good about supplying, at a reasonable price, additional sheaths so I could attach sheaths to different gear without needing a new knife for each use.
Remember to keep the “squeezable” plastic locks well flushed and working smoothly. If they’re clean and properly working I think the knife is mostly secure. If you let junk (sand, etc.) stay in the mechanism you’ll likely lose the knife. I like the “yellow” model—it’s easier to find if you drop it.
The late Blackie Collins, who designed this knife, was a genius.
I do not know as we do not have a Seahawk/or Ladyhawk. Great knife thought, we have two of them and they have been on hundreds of dives with no problems. I can't imagine it won't mount-up just fine on most BCD's.
The sheath is designed to slip on the waist belt. I find this ideal because it remains at the side and represents no tangle hazard of its own. This is also the location suggested in the DIR manual. Alternatively I have seen it mounted by making two small holes in the BCD and attaching it with stainless washers and bolts.I am sure the holes would void any warranty however.