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    Default Swedish Military Design (new, never issued) Mora Knivs - $11


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    Hmm, Mora 840 MG for $11.95 at BCUSA <http://www.bushcraftoutfitters.com/M...mora-840mg.htm >



    Looks might similar.

    Check shipping costs- that will be the main price difference.
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    out of stock on bcusa. Go with the amazon knives. I bought them as gifts for all of my groomsmen at my wedding back in November.

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    I just got one off Amazon a couple weeks ago. Can't beat it for the price. And if you buy a couple (have to spend over $25) they ship free. I'll probably buy several more, keep on in every pack, in the car etc. and they do make nice gifts.

    Haven't had mine in the woods yet, but I've been using it in the kitchen alot. My only complaint would be that oils from plant or meat causes the carbon steel blade to tarnish very quickly.

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    \ My only complaint would be that oils from plant or meat causes the carbon steel blade to tarnish very quickly.[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.W. Gammill View Post
    I just got one off Amazon a couple weeks ago. Can't beat it for the price. And if you buy a couple (have to spend over $25) they ship free. I'll probably buy several more, keep on in every pack, in the car etc. and they do make nice gifts.

    Haven't had mine in the woods yet, but I've been using it in the kitchen alot. My only complaint would be that oils from plant or meat causes the carbon steel blade to tarnish very quickly.
    I got the stainless version for $13 and free shipping a while back on amazon.

    Always got to get the free shipping $25 on amazon to make it worth it.

    To anyone who hasn't tested out their free ''prime'' offer.. Do it. I got a free month of 2 day shipping after I accepted their offer and then took the auto renew off.

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    Thanks! I wanted to buy the 840 from BCUSA but the out so I'm definitely gonna pick a couple of these up.

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    Price went up on Amazon. $17 now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sticker View Post
    \ My only complaint would be that oils from plant or meat causes the carbon steel blade to tarnish very quickly.
    Patina [/QUOTE]

    lol. too true. Besides, a shiny blade is seldom used blade and then what's the point? (no pun intended)

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    I have it and I love it.

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