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    I am looking at getting at a Mora knife for bushcraft and the like, but I am not sure what to get. I would like to get one with a full tang, and I'm not sure if I should go with Carbon steel, or stainless steel. any recomendations on good models?

  • #2
    I only own one, and that's the Mora 2 classic. It's like $10 and I love it!
    I also prefer carbon steel.
    If you haven't seen it already, here is that mora xray someone took.
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    • #3
      Everyone has there favorite Moras so buy a couple seeing they are so inexpensive to get a better idea. That awesome x-ray above pretty much says it all...none of them really have a true full tang, but mine have held up great.

      I also prefer the carbon steel models. I have a Bushcraft Triflex that I love. Between this one and the one Domdabears has I think you would be happy and find a favorite. For the price you can't beat them!

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      • #4
        Thanks for the input guys. I think I know what model to get now.

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        • #5
          I have a 511, and I think a 760(?). I like them both a lot. No issues with either one.

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          • #6
            I;ve used moras allot over the past few years.. I probably have about 10 of them.. for the money you;d be hard pressed to find a better knife.
            That being said.. very few of them come with "throug tangs these days.. even the wooden handled ones are 3/ tangs now.. that being said I;ve put these to the test and the 3/4 tang seem to be more than adequate for anything other than outright abuse.
            My favorites are the new mora companion (in carbon)
            and the Craftline 7-11 both are in the 11 dollar price range
            good luck in your search.

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            • #7
              can you buy just the blades anywhere?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Echo2 View Post
                can you buy just the blades anywhere?
                I know they got some in here http://www.smkw.com/webapp/eCommerce...Brand&range=13
                I'll keep my guns, freedom, and money... YOU CAN KEEP THE "CHANGE"!

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                • #9
                  i own two carving knives, clipper,a craftsmen triflex and 2 510's (slight finger guard) one has passed through all three of kids as a first knife

                  check out www.ragweedforge.com for some good prices I believe he has all of them in stock. i also agree with snow walker get several of different designs see which one you like. cant hurt to have a spare. I also prefer carbon over stainless but thats a personal preference.
                  google for reviews lots of people have overly abused them and even put new handles on them.

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                  • #10
                    Echo on bens backwoods.com you can find blades for mora knifes would love to see some of your finished products if you decide to get some of them
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                    • #11
                      I just picked up the Mora Companion MG knife in carbon steel. I am very happy with it so far. Very light and it seems durable and for the price you cant beat it. I have also heard alot of positive things about Mora and not really any negative. I really havent got to put it to use yet, but will soon.
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