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I own about 40 different brand knives and Moraknivs are excellent for their price range. I bought one about 20 years ago from an online retailer for about $5 (looks like a divers knife). I have used it for a variety of tasks and haven't had one issue with it. I just recently grabbed a couple more for stashing in various places, can't go wrong with a Mora.
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The first time I bought a mora knife (I bought the carbon steel), I bought 8. I had just returned from Afghanistan in 2010. I don't think I have one now! Everyone wanted one! Great for peeling potatoes! I like the carbon steel kitchen knife because it kept the woman on her toes and aware of her work station! lol
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Never had a Moraknive, heard nothing but good about them though.
I too like my sharp pointy objects... Got a small collection of them. From old Barlow pocket knives to antler handled hunters, and even took apart the double bladed fantasy knife I had to rebuild it into something more useful. And one blade went to a neighbor vet for his sword.
I'm also addicted to classic vehicles... Specially Jeeps and Willy's. (just wish I could afford them! Lol).
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