Everyone has their own viewpoint of what makes up the ““ finest ” survival knife. For me it boils down to a quality to rate contrast.

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In my viewpoint, Frost Mora makes a knife that offers you one of the most value, being available in at around $10.00-15.00 depending upon the design.

The Mora Clipper is my preferred set blade knife, I keep one in my automobile and 2 of them in my B.O.B. The only genuine drawback is that it just has a ¾ tang on the knife, however this is rapidly neutralized by the reality that you can buy 3 or 4 of these knives for the cost of among the great (more pricey) name brand name knives such as Kabar.


High carbon steel blade.Big manage with a lot of grip.Exceptionally cost-effective.Plastic manage is simple to sterilize


Not a complete tang on the blade.Plastic case is a bit large.Plastic case feels inexpensive

A little history on Frost/Mora:.With a name that is associated with over 300 years of knife-making under its belt, Mora of Sweden makes knives that integrate the ability of a knife smith with the current innovation production approaches. A range of specialized designs are offered in to satisfy the total requirements of sportspersons active in bush craft survival, searching, outdoor camping, sports fishing and boating; woodworkers, tradespersons and artisans; in addition to experts in the industrial fish, meat, and poultry markets.

Mora knives come extremely suggested by noteworthy bushcraft instructors Ray Mears, Cody Lundin and Mors Kochanski.

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Originally published on: September 17, 2012 @ 3:45 AM


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