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This knife is highly rated earning 4.7 out of 5 stars based on 860 Amazon customer reviews. -johnny_miller

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Woot has the Morakniv Bushcraft high carbon knife for $27.19 (free Prime member shipping) [woot.com]

Regular price on Amazon is $36.97 and is highly rated. [amazon.com]

Fixed-blade knife with a razor sharp 1/8 inch (3.2 mm) thick carbon steel blade with tungsten DLC anti-corrosive black coating
Blade length: 4.3 inches (109 mm); Blade thickness: 0.125 inch (3.2 mm); Total length: 9.1 inches (232 mm); Weight w/sheath: 5.7 oz. (162 g)
Spine of the blade is ground especially for use with a fire starter (not included)
Ergonomic handle with high-friction rubber grip gives the feeling of control, making work easier, as if the knife were an extension of your hand
Black plastic sheath with belt loop keeps knife securely at your side; 1-year manufacturer's warranty
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You need to get out more.
I live in the suburbs of Los Angeles and use fixed blades like these in the yard. I do sometimes baton my own kindling for the fire pit, and use it for light yard work like hacking a few tree branches or removing parts of large succulent plants. I've also used it while grilling to do a few last cuts into large pieces of meat or split joints on a whole chicken. It's handy to have a sturdy yet cheap knife to get dirty and kick around instead of a more expensive folding knife or kitchen knife in the yard.
Thank god they wont ship to Alaska. They saved me $27

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In4one! Good deal on a great Morakniv.
I have a couple of Morakniv Companions & a couple of Pro S models in stainless, but was waiting on a good deal on the carbon steel bushcraft.

Note: Even tho this bushcraft has the black anti-corrosion coating, be sure to keep it cleaned after use & well oiled, as it will rust regardless of the coating.
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Great knife. Have several.
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Looks like a good deal for a great camping knife. Got one.
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What are you doing with this. Collector item? Doubt may folks are finding themselves "in the bush"
You need to get out more.
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What are you doing with this. Collector item? Doubt may folks are finding themselves "in the bush"
I live in the suburbs of Los Angeles and use fixed blades like these in the yard. I do sometimes baton my own kindling for the fire pit, and use it for light yard work like hacking a few tree branches or removing parts of large succulent plants. I've also used it while grilling to do a few last cuts into large pieces of meat or split joints on a whole chicken. It's handy to have a sturdy yet cheap knife to get dirty and kick around instead of a more expensive folding knife or kitchen knife in the yard.
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Good steak knife
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For those of us that do know a little about knives, yes you will need to protect carbon from rusting. Be sure to check out vids on cool ways to patina (put a permanent protective coating on the blade). I have a carbon Mora and stainless steel Mora. I like them both. Hands-down the best knife for the money. Check out Mora torture testing on YT.
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I got the stainless version for like $10 from Amazon and I recommend it.
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For those of us that do know a little about knives, yes you will need to protect carbon from rusting. Be sure to check out vids on cool ways to patina (put a permanent protective coating on the blade). I have a carbon Mora and stainless steel Mora. I like them both. Hands-down the best knife for the money. Check out Mora torture testing on YT.
I have a carbon Mora that began to show signs of rust when I left it in the sink overnight (my fault). So I forced a patina on it by dipping it in hot cider vinegar. It took about 5 repeats in the hot vinegar but now the knife has a cool black matte finish.

Mora knives are cheap (most of them anyway) and I never worry if I'm going to ruin or lose one.
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Thank god they wont ship to Alaska. They saved me $27
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I have the companion and craft line (and some others, lol) that have performed admirably camping, hiking, etc. I love them, they are absolutely wonderful knives that are dirt cheap...

What is the upshot to this knife over those, just fit and finish?
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