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Fallkniven look good.
So far I’m definitely buying a Mora. After that I like that Jk Canadian and the kephart as well as that Erapuu puukko
 

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Fallkniven look good.
So far I’m definitely buying a Mora. After that I like that Jk Canadian and the kephart as well as that Erapuu puukko

I've always like the Fallkniven H1, but I have a lot of traditional Scandinavian knives from Norway, Sweden and Finland.
 

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He has a sub forum here, if you happen to have a paid subscription you can PM him directly.
 

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Mora 2000. Bought one in Malmo some years back, was told at that time that it was the official issue for the Swedish Army.
 
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Bradford Knives...4" Guardian model.
SurviveKnives GSO 4.1
Both will surpass $200, but not by much.
Not a bad price for a lifetime of service.
 
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Would certainly be cheaper. Boring but effective. No clue what model is a good one. What is their carbon steel?
Should probably pick one up in addition but I’m kind of wanting something else

Moras carbon blades are made of UHB20c, it's pretty decent.
 
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Since we are talking Moras I want to suggest Hultafors, my personal favorite from the same neck of the woods.
I have the Hultafors OK4 and I really like it. It is made from SK-5. The blade is coated, the grip is very comfortable, ribbed rubber I think. For bigger hands the Hultafors OK1 may be better, which is really the GK model with coating and a better sheath I think. They are indestructible. And very cheap.

 

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How about Lionsteel M4, not carbon but m390 should endure any abuse for this size of knife.
 
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