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Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Jan 1, 2015.
Got my first Morakniv today. Looks like a great outdoors knife I don't have to baby.
What have you guys done to me???
2015AD not shown 2 mini champs, a LT super tool that's in my car, and a sodbuster I've just ordered
That looks like a good start. Keep it up!
Since I got some new ones, wanted to do a family group shot.
However I misplaced a few knives so I have 3 floating around somewhere (spyderco southard, spyderco karahawk, sujihiki).
From top left:
Benchmade mini b alison g
Case (unknown model, says 3185 cv on the back)
Crk mnandi blood wood
Crk small sebenza bocote
Crk large sebenza gabon
Crk large 25
Spyderco southard lightning CF
Spyderco matriarch 2
Yoshihiro yanagi (Kasumi grade)
HI kukri sirupati
It really is!
It might not look like much, and the sheath is not the best, but it is a great knife for whittling wood, cutting anything from twine to vines, gutting fish, preparing food ... in general, most tasks you will regularly do on a typical camping/hiking/canoeing trip.
It features a decent blade steel, a very useful and versatile blade shape, a very good grind for most outdoors tasks and an ugly, but quite comfortable handle.
It is to small to be very good for chopping and the heaviest wood working tasks, and the relatively thin blade and short tang means you should not baton this knife. On the other hand, you should really try to avoid doing that to any knife.
Personally, I prefer a larger blade (5"-7") in an allround outdoors knife. I am also quite fond of wooden handles and metal bolsters, and I do prefer a laminated steel like Helle's. Truth to be told, though, the humble Mora could probably handle most tasks I would throw at it in a typical day in the woods. As a cheap backup or beater knife, it just cannot be beaten, especially not for the money.
I own a couple of beautiful Norwegian knives (Helle and Brusletto),and these are my go to knives for outdoors activities. However, I still keep a Mora Companion in the skiff for gutting fish, cutting fishing line and rope etc. Despite the hostile environment (damp, salty air, temperature swings etc.) it is holding up great, and I never need to be afraid of getting it dirty.
Michael Burch Dao
Microtech SOCOM Delta
Hinderer XM 18 3.5
I finally scored a s30v Blur black handle and stonewashed blade!
One by Alan Davis.
Finally pulled the trigger on something I've been thinking about for a while.
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That is a work of art, very nice.
Nice one, good way to start out the collection
Welcome to the herd
Here are my new knives that came in today. Opinel # 7 Trekker and a Farm & Field Tool #99 Farmer lock!
New Knives by airmechqa, on Flickr
Where did you get the Hatchetman patch? That is awesome!
Benchmade small summit lake with a kwik thumb