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    Pickup up this knife at a local gun and knife show this weekend. I have heard that these are very good knives despite their inexpensive price. It has a very nice edge. The blade is carbon steel. This one is going in my truck as a backup knife. Anyone else use one of these?

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    This guy, it's my go to blade. With me on every excursion, about my only peice of gear I own that I don't have to think about wether or not it's coming along. If I'm out there, it's out there with me
    If it ain't broke... Fix it anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cp4056 View Post
    This guy, it's my go to blade. With me on every excursion, about my only peice of gear I own that I don't have to think about wether or not it's coming along. If I'm out there, it's out there with me
    I don't like the new handles for tough cuts.

    That new hard plastic and the humb on the back digs into my hand as their is wiggle room.

    For me, the 510, 546, and hq all arounder are preferred.

    Haven't tried the regular red mora but I'm sure that handle is comfy too.
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    I own one, though its my Mora Classic #1 that has become my go to blade for me. A little smaller blade with a wood handle, but basically the same. Seems like a shame just to let it sit in a truck ;-)

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    I even made what I value at a $50 plus sheath for a knife costing less than half of that, lol
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    For tthe money, excellent knife. This goes for about anything from 'Mora' past or present.
    I have several of this and 511 models daily users in construction work.
    Some are getting on to 30 years use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNCanoer View Post
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    Pickup up this knife at a local gun and knife show this weekend. I have heard that these are very good knives despite their inexpensive price. It has a very nice edge. The blade is carbon steel. This one is going in my truck as a backup knife. Anyone else use one of these?
    Take it to a piece of wood, then try not to smile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Exy View Post
    Haven't tried the regular red mora but I'm sure that handle is comfy too.
    Do it! There is something about the simplicity of the handle that is very pleasing. Also no hot spots to speak of and a surprisingly secure grip as your hand wants to keep the handle centered.

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    Bought one a couple years ago to pound on and see what all the fuss was about. The dang thing won't break. Still got it.

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    Can't go wrong with any Mora! I have the Bushcraft Black and Classic #2. I'm not a fan for synthetic/rubber handles like the Companion and bushcraft black (keep in mind that isn't a functional decision, just a personal decision). I have some really nice knives and such but the one knife that I find on me no matter what is the Classic #2. Inexpensive, simple, effective. What more could you want? You won't be regretting your Mora decision!

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