I remember that my grandfather always carried two Moras... he also had a small one that was always found in his shirt pocket and I do not know what happened to this one.
He was born in Sweden and am sure that this added to his liking of a product that was made in the country he grew up in.
Mine has been taken on countless hiking and camping trips and has seen a great deal of use... I have used it to cut through heavy metal tins and the blade goes through these like they were made of paper and still kept a razor sharp edge.
I am always amazed that such a low cost knife performs so very well and actually had my brother offer to trade his new Buck knife for my little Mora.
I think I will get one for him for Christmas.
i only bought the Atlantic Salt because i couldn't find the Rescue at the time.
the Rescue has been my "go-to" utility knife since the day i bought it, and has only been sharpened twice in 16 years. still opens one-handed, still cuts fine. the first couple serrations are a little worn, but that's about it.
First the pellet/BB *** thread, and now a knife one. Once again, i cant contribute because I don't think we're allowed to carry around a knife that big. Maybe a small 5-tool swiss army one.
Did you just kick my tire?! I hope you didn't just kick my tire!
Bass naming contest winner: -=Łem in Pa=-
more guads in the pic please
I should buy some cowpoke boots and do that. I've been meaning to get some. Anyways is that a skirt/dress Siu?
Every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around.
Foo is well armed apparently.
If we invade another forum I vote that Fuzzy and Siu