Morakniv Bushcraft Survival Knife

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  1. Gary V

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    Got one a year ago. Its a keeper.
     
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    They're taking all the fun out of modding their sheaths. lol

    I like the addition of the ferro rod and a sharpener.
     
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    Nice knife.
     
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    $39.35 for the Bushcraft Black without the ferro rod and sharpener is a good price. With the saddle attached, I'd say it is a very good price. I have that set up on one of my two Blacks and had to re-attach the sharpener. Fortunately, it popped off in the house and I found it.
     
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    I see you are correct. The knife alone is about $40. Maybe the person on eBay where I compared price is able to run the same sale. I had to order one yesterday just because it's so cool. Only issue is if you lose your knife you lose fire starter and sharpening stone too. Maybe we should cary two of these Moras to be safe. Or three?

    See? It's no wonder I have so much crap.
     
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    Nice! Like the Moras and that is a good deal thanks for sharing the link, Gary.
     
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    Nice deal! I'm glad mora finally started to get lefty friendly with their sheaths
     
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    Cheapest I've seen 'em. The ferro rod is good quality.
     
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    Thanks for the link. My uncle was just asking me about this.
     
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    It's a good package. This is how I bought my BBB back about 2 or so years ago. I think I paid $45-$47 for it. So $39.95 is a great deal. The sharpener is a bit course, but in regular use, it'll be used in a pinch for taking out a chip or more aggressive sharpening- usually in a days' work with this knife, you'll just strop it on your belt or something and it'll be fine for use again. So I think of that diamond stone as a last-resort sharpener. The ferro rod is excellent, and is nothing to complain about at all.
     
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