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Morakniv post at a good price always worthy of a rep. And, so be it, OP.
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I would recommend any Morakniv except the Basic. The handles are a different plastic than the other Craftline and Companion knives and do not feel as nice and grippy. They have a cheap plastic feel and aren't anywhere near as nice. Spend a few bucks more on literally any other Morakniv.
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I would recommend any Morakniv except the Basic. The handles are a different plastic than the other Craftline and Companion knives and do not feel as nice and grippy. They have a cheap plastic feel and aren't anywhere near as nice. Spend a few bucks more on literally any other Morakniv.
This, although I do have complete faith in the handle and the blade, so if you're tossing this in your car as a backup or something, saving a couple of bucks is worth it.
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In for 1. Been looking for something for the tackle box
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In for 1. Been looking for something for the tackle box
Might want the stainless steel version for your tackle box
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My go-to skinning knife. And general knock-around. Can't beat them for the money. Cut far another their wait.
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In 4 1. Thx op, nice find.
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hmm... decent knife for gutting/quartering a deer? im not picky. has to be better than my folding ka-bar that fills with crap every time i use it.
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I would recommend any Morakniv except the Basic. The handles are a different plastic than the other Craftline and Companion knives and do not feel as nice and grippy. They have a cheap plastic feel and aren't anywhere near as nice. Spend a few bucks more on literally any other Morakniv.
buy some skateboard grip tape.
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hmm... decent knife for gutting/quartering a deer? im not picky. has to be better than my folding ka-bar that fills with crap every time i use it.
Im sure it's fine for field dressing, but if you want regular skinning and processing too, I'd get a nicer fixed blade buck knife and take care of it for life.
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hmm... decent knife for gutting/quartering a deer? im not picky. has to be better than my folding ka-bar that fills with crap every time i use it.
I use these for deer. No regrets. Wicked sharp.
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Dead already?
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hmm... decent knife for gutting/quartering a deer? im not picky. has to be better than my folding ka-bar that fills with crap every time i use it.
The 4th review down says they do ~10 per year with this knife. Sounds like a vast improvement over the Ka-bar.
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