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Mora Knives

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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2008

I finally had to see what the cult of Mora was about and it seems to be true. I should loan one to my hunting neighbor to see how many deer he can dress with one. haha But In my present state of fixed blade infancy, I am impressed with them and their scandi grind characteristics. I will prolly buy a couple of stainless models at some point to compare for myself. Gotta get some good benchstones first though. The sharpmaker laying down is kinda awkward. here are links to places to buy them www.bensbackwoods.com www.ragweedforge.com and if you're looking for a good kydex sheath you can go here: www.customkydex.com

Edit: Regarding the full tang/partial tang insert. I have read that the full tang is preferred for strength. But in the case of Moras, I've had a couple of dealers tell me that the partial tang Moras are just as strong if not stronger for something like batoning. Supposedly, the partial's use of glue increases the strength, whereas the rivet could come loose on the full ones.

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