I do have a different view of the Mora knives since I have grown up with them.
Over here in Sweden, and probaly Finland and Norway we get the Mora by the bucket and they are more or less single use knives. You dont bother about rust or such, the knife will probably get dull before it rusts, and who sees the rust under all dirt, paint, tar and other guck you use it for. I can not remember that I have resharpened a Mora, ever. Not that they get dull, they do eventually but they cost about nothing (2 USD) over here so why bother sharpening one when you get a new one for the price of the sunday edition of an average news paper, and since you are going over to the lumber yard later today, just buy five new ones. Most Swedish people have tons of these knives lying around. I used one of those 510s years ago, when they came on the market to replace the ones with wood handle. Later a model with finger guard appeared, but the sheaths were the old model so they had to cut off a bit from the sheath with the finger guard sticking out.
They are really really good knives, but I get so confused when people treat them carefully. Oil a Mora? If you to cut something, just pick the one that looks least rusty in the tool box. If you on the other hand want to open a paint can or such, pick the ugliets one. Both large work knife makers (Mora of Sweden and Hultafors) sell their knives without a sheath, just a paper cover. You wear out the knife before the sheath so why throw away a perfectly good sheath with the old knife.
I think one way to bring over Moras in bulk might be to send them from Sweden to someone stationed in Germany, and then bring it to the states while going on leave.
The Moras are so common here that people working in farms and such rarely carry knives, there are Moras spread all over the place. If you want to cut baling hemp line, there is most likely a Mora stuck in the roll etc.