I want to grab a decent but low cost fixed blade for my bug out/get home/ oops I'm stranded in the middle of nowhere bag. So far I have narrowed it down to three and would like people to weigh in. The three I'm looking at are the Mora Companinon, the Mora Robust, and the Hultafors Mountain Knife (HF383110). Here is why I'm interested in each: Companion: -It's a bit longer which could allow for a bit more versatility. -It is available in stainless steel which is a bit of a plus considering it will live out most of it's life in a backpack that is contently transferred between home and trunk. If someone wants to convince me to get the carbon version I'm all ears since I do have a tub of frog lube. -It has a bright blue variant. This is appealing because its a high viz color that isn't blaze orange. -It comes in at the lowest price of the three. This is mostly appealing because I'll probably end up grabbing two knives one for me and one for a friend. Robust: -Based on the information I have found it's supposedly a bit tougher than the Companion. -Of the three it has the second lowest cost. Mountain Knife -Most reviews show this to be impressively tough. -Out of the box it can strike a fire steel. (It basically seems to be the GK but with a coated blade and better sheath. If it didn't look like the GK's sheath was not compatible with most of my belts I'd just get that.) I'm looking forward to seeing what others think. Thanks.