Mora knife, but a quick Google search has revealed that there are a plethora of them already out there. So, instead of writing one on my own, I thought I would share several that I have found. This way, you only have one place to look for them, now.
Here they are:
- Jason Klass: http://www.geartalkwithjasonklass.com/2010/01/mora-knife-first-impressions.html
- Bladeforums.com: http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=568548
- NaturesSecretLarder.com: http://www.naturessecretlarder.co.uk/bushcraft-equipment-reviews/mora-840mg-review-the-best-beginners-bushcraft-knife.htm
- Survivalistboards.c0m Forum: http://www.survivalistboards.com/showthread.php?t=28529
- Knifereviews.org: http://knifereviews.org/index.php/home/fixed-blade-knives/mora-knives/151-mora-clipper-860
- RangerSquirrel.com: http://www.rangersquirrel.com/blog/my-new-favorite-knife/
- GearJunkie.com: http://gearjunkie.com/gear-review-mora-knives
I have one I use on carry fishing kayak. I put a convex blade on it. Very nice knife.
I prefer more of a guard on my knife, have heard it’s easy for your hand to slip off the handle and onto the blade of a mora.
I have heard the same… I have one of the military green handle ones that are textured handles. Much better than the smooth wood handles I have seen. The one I own stays in my business travel EDC kit, and is rarely used. Occasionally I pull it out when camping for more intricate work.