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In case you haven't seen the deal, Amazon has the Mora Companion for $11 Shipped.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/prod...N6W&tag=slickguns-20
 
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Thanks for the heads up, I ordered one for myself.




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I picked up several Companions recently at Sierra Trading Post. I think I have come to believe that Mora knives may be the best knife value on the planet. They make a lot of different styles that are well-designed, functional, ergonomic, sharp as hell, and inexpensive. I won't say "cheap", because they are not cheap; they just don't cost a lot. I like Mora knives.
 
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I see they also sell the stainless one for about a dollar more, would you guys recommend the carbon or stainless steel version? I plan on using this as a camp/truck knife.



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I see they also sell the stainless one for about a dollar more, would you guys recommend the carbon or stainless steel version? I plan on using this as a camp/truck knife.


I just bought 2 of the carbon variety. I like carbon steel blades for my outdoor knives as they are very easy to sharpen and keep a useable edge under normal usage. Theses knives are raw steel (not coated) and will rust if not properly taken care of.
 
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I see they also sell the stainless one for about a dollar more, would you guys recommend the carbon or stainless steel version? I plan on using this as a camp/truck knife.


If you are going to use this to cut fruit, meat, etc, and aren't willing/able to rinse and dry the blade after each such use, you might prefer the stainless model.



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Thanks.
Never had one.
Didn't need one.
Bought one.

I hope to see it Monday.
 
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Thanks.
Never had one.
Didn't need one.
Bought one.

I hope to see it Monday.


Mine arrived today. I spent the afternoon playing with it and doing some simple chores. Good knife. For the money, a great knife. Mine wasn't really sharp upon arrival, but a few strokes on the ceramic hone, and it was perfect. Lightweight, comfortable in the hand, useful size. What isn't to like?




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Posts: 4172 | Location: Florida | Registered: August 16, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just bought 4 of them and will give 3 to my hunting partners for Antelope next month. Nice! Thanks for the heads up!


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I ordered one also, I all ready have one, but for the price its worth owning 2.
 
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Wow. A blast from the past. Back in the 80's my dad came back from Sweden from a business trip and he had 4 of the red handled classics and a chunk of dried venison.

He gave us kids the knives and we devoured that meat.

No idea what happened to the knife but now I know where to get a new one.

Thanks.




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Posts: 4269 | Location: N-E Ohio | Registered: April 20, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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great knoves for the price. Easily the most popular knives ive seen on survival courses.

I wish they made the bushcraft model in orange WITH a carbon steel blade, only the black model had the carbon blade, the orange one is stainless.
 
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Thanks.
Never had one.
Didn't need one.
Bought one.

I hope to see it Monday.


Mine arrived today. I spent the afternoon playing with it and doing some simple chores. Good knife. For the money, a great knife. Mine wasn't really sharp upon arrival, but a few strokes on the ceramic hone, and it was perfect. Lightweight, comfortable in the hand, useful size. What isn't to like?


I was just saying I didn't need another knife. That hasn't stopped me before. I hope to get it today.
 
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Originally posted by DrDan:
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Originally posted by mekaus:
Thanks.
Never had one.
Didn't need one.
Bought one.

I hope to see it Monday.


Mine arrived today. I spent the afternoon playing with it and doing some simple chores. Good knife. For the money, a great knife. Mine wasn't really sharp upon arrival, but a few strokes on the ceramic hone, and it was perfect. Lightweight, comfortable in the hand, useful size. What isn't to like?


I was just saying I didn't need another knife. That hasn't stopped me before. I hope to get it today.


We're on the same page, I have many knives, but never too many. Smile




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I have a few of those stashed in glove boxes and gear bags. Outstanding knives given the price.
 
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Just took advantage of this and picked up one carbon steel and one SS version.


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I have a few of those stashed in glove boxes and gear bags. Outstanding knives given the price.


That's why I bought several; I've got them here and there, too. Great tackle box knife in stainless.
 
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Got the Stainless version in the mail a few days ago. Seems well made and a real bargain. Isnt razor sharp out of the package but its serviceable. I guess its hit or miss from the factory with the stainless version on how sharp it is according to amazon reviews.



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I bought 2 heavy duty MG's and for the money they are a great value. Gary.
 
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I ordered one. Came yesterday. Looks good and serviceable. I'll find a place to put it where a blade will came in handy, maybe the magazine rack next to my recliner. Came home from work today and immediately put it to use opening tha Amazon box the Mrs had put on my recliner. What did I find in the box? 3 more of the same Morainiv knives Eek not sure what happened there, maybe a little too much wine that night or an Amazon screwup in my favor. I'll have to check my order history.



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