Discussion in 'Blades' started by H.I.S Survival, Jul 16, 2016.
You've never seen a review like this guaranteed
@H.I.S Survival Your review is missing. I like Mora knives, I was told they were some of the bests and so far mine have served me well.
Aloha thank you!! I'm doing all of this on my phone from the jungle the reception can be dodgy and you know phones not the easiest to use it doesn't help that I'm not tech savvy LOL
if I don't like it I throw it in lava
I got 3 of them (not the 546) but I love them and they are not pricey for the quality.
Mora makes a great blade for da price
There's one in all my packs as backup. Great review, you do a good presentation.
I agree the sheath that my mora came in is awful. I know that I need to get one that is better.
I own lots of Mora's, they are worth the cost many times over. I am impatiently waiting for the new, full tang Morakniv Garberg to be released this summer. Some of these Garberg knives are available now, but I am waiting for them to be available by Mora directly due to the whole clone problem I have been seeing in recent years with fakes being sold for any variety of popular knives. Plus, by waiting a bit, I can possibly save some cash. The price is expected to retail at about $100, and this will change a little with time.
This is the mora that I own. Wood Trekker: Mora 511 Review I love it. I just used it to cut up some really tough packing boxes, it went through them like butter.
The new Mora Garberg is available now at sub-$80 price range, as predicted.
I love Mora knives. They're really capable, reliable and affordable. I really think they should cost more
I own the Morakniv Companion and I'm satisfied. It's true that I used for light tasks though.
I like 'em. I have three so far..
Wanted a more traditional knife for my "bushcraft" kit. This looks like a great deal. And the sheath is great.[MEDIA]
I've been looking for a fixed blade knife I could carry vertically blade up on either a shoulder strap or vest, something I could grab in an...
Here's a kit I built around a Mora Companion knife.
.....a record journey...5 days from Ohio to my PO Box in Sydney.. !!
....and it was a new knife week... :D
Been outside playing in the rain with the camera and new arrival...
The F1 is an old friend that I have had for quite some time. As I plan to take it on my next hike, I thought I would give it some love and use...
Bit of a combo-post. Wanted to share newly-published thoughts from experienced bushcrafters/preppers about how to mix the right bladed tools...
Ray Mears made his Woodlore knife famous. Many makers have copied the design. I have a custom one made by knife maker Andy Mills in England....
Moras are great. I generally love them and think they are a great value.
My brother-in-law made me a knife for Christmas. I like it so much I hate to even wear it, I am hard on knives. He said to use it, he wants to...
A little shamed to admit that I was one of those preppers who bought a decent knife (an ESEE), kept it in the factory sheath without a second...
Since I was in knife cleaning and stropping mode today, I cleaned and stropped my Bear custom koa handled Bowie. I bet any frontiersman would...
I cleaned and stropped mine today.
0A38285A-C66F-4230-9905-3BEDBC14E467 by Hanzo posted Nov 18, 2018 at 14:57...
Hey monkeys! Fixed field knives are one of those must-have categories that has a core group of really dedicated enthusiasts, but then everyone...
Tried something different and like it.
I found out we were out of mustard, so I put a patina on a mora robust with lime and wasabi. A first...
So here is a neat piece of "trench art"...
A rifle cartridge made into a knife...
The building on the shell casing is the Cathedral at Reims....
...since I bought something sharp...
Sharpening A Knife, By Dee Griffin, DVM
A sharp knife is a wonderful tool and a point of pride. However, sharpening a knife can be a tough skill...
Knife Sharpening Tips, by Joe Talmadge. (SM member?)
A brief guide to sharpening your straight edged and serrated blade knives.
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