View Poll Results: Which Mora knives are your favorites?

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  • Mora 780 Craftsman

    10 34.48%
  • Mora S-1

    2 6.90%
  • Mora 840 Clipper / 840-MG Military

    9 31.03%
  • Mora 440 Sports/Scout Knife

    1 3.45%
  • Mora 911 All Purpose

    1 3.45%
  • Mora 1

    6 20.69%
  • Mora 137

    0 0%
  • Mora 2000 Survival Knife

    5 17.24%
  • Mora 521 Hard Grip

    0 0%
  • Mora 746

    1 3.45%
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Thread: Which Mora Knife is the Best?

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    I like the older ones, got a few that have been around since the 70's, maybe even earilier, so that tells me something.
    Picked up the 2000, because Kevin said it was a good one.
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    I like the Mora 840 clipper in high carbon steel, I like the shape of the handle and blade. I have large hands and it fits me better, I wear it as a neck knife.

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    Default The Mora 510.5 is the ULTIMATE MORA!!!

    You missed the number one all time best Mora, the 511. The 510 used to be the king of the hill but they stopped making it. The only difference between the 510 and the 511 is the 11 is a little bigger and has a finger guard. The finger guard never bothered me but I had someone want it removed. Took all of 2 minutes and you have a Mora 510.5, get it... it is a little less than a 511 and a little bigger than a 510.

    I like the solid plastic handles because they hold up really well and SNAP in to the kydex sheaths I make. Also the wood handled Mora knives can get a little funky if you dress game with them. Fluids get into the area where the blade and handle meet and you could have some problems.

    As Pict shows in his videos a short piece of bicycle inner tube makes a dandy firesteel, flashlight and other essentials holder. Efficient and pretty darn cheap!

    The final straw is the the 511 is carbon steel and only about $9. How can you beat that.

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    I went with the mora clipper military. Its the only one I own and I am very satisfied.

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    Topsblades - You might be interested in this. Mac put together a survival kit that incorporates the inner tube idea. It's for a neck knife but might give you some ideas. Here's the thread:

    http://www.wilderness-survival.net/f...ght=neck+knife

    And his video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BwUy...-yO0TQl61HTnMC

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    I Have 3 I Have Gotten from Safe zone with my E-Card I Recives from DOC
    1.Classic #1
    2.HighQ Allround Stainless
    3. Model 11202
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    I'm One of those that doesn't Like the Plastic Sheaths So I Re-did Mine In Leather
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    But I'm Happy With Any and All of The Moras Out there.
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    Again not one on the list....I've got the Bushcraft series Triflex.. decent carbon blade, has been good for over a year now. Easy to keep sharp, batons well, cuts well and is generally a great little knife for the price.
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    Gareth

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