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    Do we have any Mora knife fans here? I first discovered them through a Nutnfancy review on YouTube so we ordered a few online. They are some very sharp, well made, knives for a very reasonable price. We keep them in our BOB's as well as in both vehicles. My wife even has one she likes to use in the kitchen!


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    Mora knives? Never heard of them.

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    We have a bunch of Mora users here. Including myself.
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    Yep. I own several.
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    I have a few also.

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    Use the search feature. You'll get 15 pages of threads that touch on Moras.

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    moras are a utility knife. My buddy was working on the soo locks and there was a crew of swedes working there. Anyhoo they had a case of moras and gave him a few. They carry moras like some of our crews carry a stanley type retractable blade knife. I don't mean anything negative by this story. I have a few moras and they are a good knife.

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    Old ones and new one....a good knife at a good price.

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    I have a couple,one old and another that's a rescent purchase-if I'll buy a second one,you know I've gotta like them.
    Another good moderate priced knife is the Pucca,a very similar knife,from the same part of the world.

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    I have a few myself. good knives for the price.

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    I haven't heard of Pucca knives before I will have to check them out too! I love finding quality products for a reasonable price. Not that there is anything wrong with the more expensive stuff I'm just on a budget!

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    not sure but I think he may have meant puukko rather than pucca.

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    I have been carrying a Mora since I was a Webelo; Wonderful knives regardless of cost. I have been carrying a Helle Temagami for a few years now, but I just bought a Clipper Heavy Duty with the 1/8 inch blade for a car kit I put together for my wife. I ordered another for myself! A very nice knife that can be had for about $20.00 and built like a tank!

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    An 1/8 inch blade is pretty darn short isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    An 1/8 inch blade is pretty darn short isn't it?
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    What is it with you Navy guys and the weird stuff?! I'll bet an Erioph...whatever....doesn't pass the physical.

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    I do not own one but they sound simple and well constructed from high carbon blades, they remind me of Opinel knives, very simple construction, very functional and great steel, and very well priced, a winner in my book.
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    Sorry, relating to the THICKNESS of the blade. I might have been unintentionally misleading here, my main carry is a Becker BK2. I was carrying the Temagame during Scout outings because the Becker freaked people out for some reason.

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    I have maybe 30 or 40 Moras of various sizes and materials. The laminated and HC ones are probably my favorites but I like them all. For quite a while I carried a Triflex with paracord wrapped around the scabbard as my main backup/survival knife.

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    Fan you say ? I only own 6 of them presently if that qualifies me as a fan ? For the money, they can't be beat ! Just bought a Mora High Q Robust Friday and was wondering if anyone knows what the button on the front of the sheath is for ?
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