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Posted by Scott Shrauner on 20th Feb 2016
Very nice knife, It is just as good as I was told to expect.
Posted by Jordan Moore on 18th Jul 2014
I really like this knife. It feels very solid in the hand, it also has a nice grip on it. I had to order a replacement after my girlfriend's step dad put ketchup on the blade as a practical joke. So the blade was all stained looking, and I wanted a new one. Also, its a very inexpensive knife, which is one of the main reasons I purchased it. My only thing was, with both knives, the handle was covered in black smudges, like they were handled by a mechanic or something. It comes off with scrubbing but it seems a little unprofessional.
Posted by Tom on 13th Jul 2014
Easy to order and got it very quick. My only complaint is that it came wrappe3d in some newspaper that rubbed off onto the light colored handle. It washed off but a better packing material should be used. Got this knife for myself for a trip to Colorado for some hiking. Got it because it has a larger handle (I have big hands) and thicker blade for batoning wood. It came very sharp but I touched it up just a bit with an extra fine Arkansas stone. Now it is very very sharp. I like the sheath, you can attach another knife to it.
Posted by Ky ux on 18th Jun 2014
Just received this knife in the mail and was immediately impressed with the blade. I like the dynamics of the knife: 4in long blade with a 5in long handle that has enough for my elephant hands to hold on to. I haven't field tested this yet, but my sister and I whittled down a couple of branches and were impressed with the ease of the cut. I am confident that this knife will serve well for both the small work of feathering kindling and batoning larger branches (1/8in thick blade is meaty and seems durable).
For $15.00, this is a steal. Get one (or two) soon!
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jun 2014
This was my first purchase of the Mora Knife and yes all the Hype is true its a Good knife. Don't think about it get them why you can. Thanks Bens
Posted by Mark P. on 6th Jun 2014
I started buying Mora knives a few years back & now I'm absolutely a fanatic about all things Swedish and Mora. Mora has been around forever in Sweden -so much so that every knife is referred to as Mora or my Mora. Kind of like every soft drink in the South u
is a Coke. I love the fact that the high carbon blade stays so sharp and that its meant to be used constantly. Its not a blade you would mount in a case and admire. Its a workhorse that will not let you down. Lose one? So what? At this price its not hard to replace. Buy 5 and stash them in your gear.
Ben's - they rarely bother us w sales. Stellar speed and simply no BS trustworthy. No brainer.
Posted by Unknown on 15th May 2014
I use this knife to finish up wooden snowshoes I make. It sharpens to a shaving edge with ease, and stays that way after 3-4hrs of hard use. I'm also impressed that the rubberized handle hasn't worn down at all. Customer service was also excellent. The knife shipped the same day I ordered it. I'm proud to support Ben's Backwoods
Posted by Howard on 11th May 2014
The turn around time from when I placed my order until I received my knife was excellent. The knife itself was better than I expected. I am well satisfied with both the company and my purchase
Posted by Capt. Monty on 13th Jan 2014
I got the 2 knives that i ordered in a reasonable time. I was excited to open them and see their quality. So I unwrapped them and pulled one from the holster. I proceded to draw it up my arm to test the blade for it's advertised shaving ability. Ouch! its puling my arm hairs, not shaving. So then I went to test the blade with my thumb. WOW! I could cut butter with this, but that's about all. Never bought a dull knife before. What's up with that? Capt. Monty***Bens Responce***..It looks as if Mora decided to put a very small micro bevel on the cutting edge of the Robust/HD knives..this bevel is for extra strength...It is a very small micro bevel and can be sharpened out with a light sharpening
Posted by Unknown on 7th Oct 2013
The Best 15 bucks you could spend on a bushcraft type knife. I wish i had one of each. I now have 3 and love them all.
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