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Easy. Mora Sweden, hands-down. Poor materials, horrendous ergonomics, terrible cutting ability, way too expensive for what it is.
+1 on the claymore idea
They're a mixed bag. If you're planning on actually using it, I'd go with something else. If all you're looking for is a practice knife for...
I don't think there are any real drawbacks to having one.
I feel like if you really had to use a Bow Drill in survival situation, it wouldn't...
What kind of sharpening method do you use? Are you using some kind of a system or are you 'free handing'?
I'm sure it just needs to be broken in. A lot of knives are stiff out of box, but will break in over time. You can use WD-40 if you'd like. I...
+1 on testing your equipment beforehand!
Hmmm, let's just say that I hypothetically wasted perfectly usable time... And I hypothetically want it back. [emoji4]
Haha, thanks for telling me.
That's very mysterious... Too bad the thread was deleted, that sounds like an interesting read.
Congrats on 1K!
I wasn't privy to that one... What happened?
Awesome pictures! 24 miles in 8 hours is moving pretty quick, especially considering that terrain.
Heating anything in plastic could cause it to leech, just because it doesn't 'melt' so to speak, doesn't mean that its not leeching into the...
I wish you the best of luck! Anything can be achieved if you're willing to put forth the effort. :)
As someone considering purchasing a CRK, I like hearing stories like that.
Glad you had a good experience!
Wow, that looks great. I've been looking at picking up my first sebenza, recently. Definitely one of my favorite things about the knife is how...
I'm definitely in!
Awesome knife, BTW!
I think it just needs to break in. Do you oil the pivot? I've noticed that oil causes causes knives to not be as smooth as they should be,...