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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by FrattBorrigan, Feb 27, 2009.
Just bought this one.
Cold Steel - Fgx Cat Tanto Knife
That's a good price for that Mora. It's a good knife that's meant to be used. These days I first look at the handle of a knife, that it's comfortable looking for long time use without gloves.
Right now I'm thinking about getting this chopper/machete -type knife. It's hefty but still has a good blade.
Sorry for double post but not other way to bump this thread.
Haven't yet bought the one I mentioned above. Sort of looking the one in the video below.
Or this. Norwegian Sami knife. Has a longer blade.
Both are carbon steel meaning they need to be oiled.
Got this for when I go Bushcrafting as my knife. Also have a normal 10 quid one as a spare
I also have one of those Gerber Paraframe knives and a camo Swiss army knife.
That's the more expensive Mora, right? Mora SRT? Hope it's worth the price. I can hook you up with cheaper Moras, the basic no thrills-models are pretty inexpensive around here.
Yeah I have got a cheap £9 model but I had some money spare so I bought a posher one.
The sheath is fucking incredible FYI which is why I bought it.
Esee 5 with custom molle sheath & kit.
Spoiler: the rest
-Cheap one-piece ebay knives up top
-Linesman knife I found in the dirt.
-WW2 DoD Machete 1944 http://www.australianmilitaryknives.com/machete.html
-Muela Kangaroo http://www.mmuela.com/productos_ing/51/set-knives-kangaroo-hunting-sports-muela-7221p
-Esee 5 https://eseeknives.com/knives/esee-knives/esee-5/
-Schrade SCHF1SM https://bladereviews.com/schf1sm-extreme-survival-knife/
-Custom made from NY, USA. Maker went by the name of "Badboy Productions" on Ebay
-Fallkniven S1 https://www.fallkniven.com/en/knife/s1/
-Y-Start chinese full-tang knife from Ebay, suprisingly good craftsmanship & quality AUS-8 steel.
I like knives
Nice. I also recommend knives with comfortable handles, micarta etc. are good but I think rubber is extra nice, grippy even when wet etc. For heavy use get one like the Jääkäripuukko I posted the review to above. Some Marttiini knives with rubber handles can't take hard use, the handle might slide off the tang.
Bumping my favorite thread. As a Finn.
I recently bought one of these:
I actually wanted one with a black handle but the idiots send me one with a white handle instead. Whatever.
Now, the thing is: stiletto knives are illegal in Belgium, yet I had no trouble purchasing this and it opens up in a similar way, especially if you oil it well and practice, the speed with which it opens, is amazing. It says it's "spring assisted". So what's the difference between that and a stiletto knife? I can't see a mechanism or a spring anywhere. Is it embedded in the handle?