Traditional Swedish Mora Knife

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Traditional Swedish Mora Knife

Post by rightisright » Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:48 pm ... pd_sim_sg1

Just took delivery of one of these bad boys. It came out of the box as the sharpest factory honed knife I have ever handled. This thing is almost straight-razor sharp. If I gently graze it against my arm hair, it shaves it right off.

I wouldn't want to use it for heavy duty stuff, but that isn't what it's designed for. The handle is a bit slippery when moist and it doesn't have any sort of hand guard. But for a super-sharp light-medium duty knife, it looks to be pretty sweet. I may grip-tape the handle or use my mini-router to groove it. Or I may leave it as-is and try one of these: ... 612&sr=8-1

ETA: I bought it after reading Marko's review: ... arp-swede/

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Re: Traditional Swedish Mora Knife

Post by Jered » Sat Oct 01, 2011 12:42 am

I picked up a couple of them. I went with this one that has the guard.
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Re: Traditional Swedish Mora Knife

Post by Combat Controller » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:44 am

Great blade. I have a few, including one that Denis gave me from Finland, a traditional Saami knife.
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