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Mora style knife reviews

Why don’t all Boy Scouts carry and use fixed blade knives?

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A rigid blade knife is the best choice for bushcrafting, IMO, but some scouts aren’t allowed to carry and use them.

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This T-18 Mora knife has had the sheath modifed for safety and is moderately priced. (Leon Pantenburg photo)

Best beginner knife? We (video) review the Mora 840 Companion

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Take a hard look at the Mora 840 Companion if you’re looking for the best beginner knife.

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The Kellam Hawk

Knife review: Kellam Hawk is traditional puukko design with modern materials

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Check out this Scandinavian, traditionally-designed user knife. It may be all you need.

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Review: Bark River Scandi knife combines great design with modern materials

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The Scandi knife design goes back about 1,000 years, to a time of square-sailed long ships, round shields and viking raiders. Bark River Knives has taken a classic design, updated it with modern steels and handle materials to create what I predict will be another superb knife

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