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Bushcraft Hunting Knives
3 July 2018, 09:49,
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Bushcraft Hunting Knives
What is your favourite bushcraft hunting Knife?
Send me image of the same.
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3 July 2018, 18:27,
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RE: Bushcraft Hunting Knives
(3 July 2018, 09:49)perkinsteel22 Wrote: What is your favourite bushcraft hunting Knife?
Send me image of the same.

Plain vanilla Mora $15

https://www.adventuresurvivalequipment.c...knife.html

The Mora Companion Knife MG is a Basic Military Knife in military green. Like all Mora Knives, it is high quality, light and inexpensive.

The Morakniv™ Companion MG (Military Green) is a very adaptable and sharp knife with a patterned high-friction grip handle. The Morakniv Companion Knife is widely used where durability is paramount such as the outdoors, survival, construction or industry. The Blade of the Morakniv Mora Companion Knife MG is made of cold-rolled special Swedish stainless steel from Sandvik.

The Mora Stainless Steel Companion Knife MG has a 3 7/8" blade of polished stainless steel and a solid plastic handle with a checkered black rubber coating as a finger grip. It is supplied with a quality green plastic sheath with a belt hook that can be quickly snapped onto a belt. This Mora Companion Knife comes in Military Green.

* 103 mm blade, 4.1"
* Blade Thickness, 2,5mm
* 218 mm overall, 8.6"
* Net Weight, 0,1160kg
* Stainless Steel Blade
* Manufacturer - Mora of Sweden
* Made in Sweden

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3 July 2018, 21:05,
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RE: Bushcraft Hunting Knives
As usual ....a thorough explanation Charles .
The ability to laugh at yourself while you learn is a great attribute.
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3 July 2018, 22:22,
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RE: Bushcraft Hunting Knives
I have two favourites . A Fallkniven H1 for general use and a Tora service for heavy duty cutting . The H1 gets much more Woods time but the Kukri I find is a fantastic heavy cutting tool . No links but feel free to research them . I bought the Tora for £29 around 6 years ago which is fantastic value for a traditional Nepalese kukri . Prices have gone too high for me to justify buying another . The Fallkniven is my highest cost camp knife . It does nothing that a Mora can’t do but I do
Appreciate it’s bullet proof construction .
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4 July 2018, 06:54,
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RE: Bushcraft Hunting Knives
I do not care much for the kukri style.

They usually will not fit into the peanut butter jar.

Fit is also one reason I have to carry a Mora as well as an SAK. The SAK will not reach the bottom of the jar!
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4 July 2018, 07:04,
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RE: Bushcraft Hunting Knives
The camp knife used by CH as his avatar is also a good choice for general purpose work. We had a long thread about those and a dozen or so more just a month or so back.

http://forum.survivaluk.net/showthread.p...camp+knife
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6 July 2018, 11:52,
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RE: Bushcraft Hunting Knives
(4 July 2018, 06:54)Mortblanc Wrote: I do not care much for the kukri style.

They usually will not fit into the peanut butter jar.

Fit is also one reason I have to carry a Mora as well as an SAK. The SAK will not reach the bottom of the jar!

I am satisfy with you but there are a lot of work where kukri style knives can work perfectly than other type of knives.


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