Would you buy this Morakniv?

Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Legendary_Jarl, May 30, 2020.


    USMCPOP Basic Member Basic Member

    Jan 6, 2016
    I got a couple of the Old Hickory 6" sticking knives for $7 each.

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  2. eveled

    eveled Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 11, 2016
    I think a double edge knife with a round nose would be a dandy skinner. Cut with either side or the very tip with no worries of the point piercing.

    Another handy design would be a double edged Wharncliffe.
  3. Pomsbz


    Jul 31, 2015
    That's going to be really hard to baton with. :D
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  4. Skar


    Mar 24, 2020
    I wouldn't buy one myself.
    Looks cool yet I would have zero use for it.
  5. herisson

    herisson Apple slicing rocking chair dweller Platinum Member

    Mar 11, 2013
    The narrow scandi grind is a joke. I'd rather buy the Old Hickory look-a-like and try my hand at a full hollow grind.
  6. Henry Beige

    Henry Beige Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 1, 2015
    Beat me to the punch. My sticker came from Dexter-Russell Green River. I don’t need another.
  7. White Rhino

    White Rhino

    Oct 29, 2013
    I bought one of those Mora d-guard stickers. Seems meant for slaughterhouse use. I have no real use for it, no large livestock to stun, hang and bleed. It just seemed kind of incongruous to own a weapon made by an old and staid tool company. The Estwing tomahawk had the same appeal, but that is actually a useful general purpose tool. If Rubbermaid made a truncheon or Maglite made a stun gun, I would probably want those too, as collectibles at least.
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  8. Mikael W

    Mikael W Gold Member Gold Member

    Apr 21, 2007
    I say No!
    Mora has already made similiar knives in the past, but with wooden handles and models for military use like permission daggers.
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    For a spearpoint Mora I went with a cutoff drawknife, convexed and with a swedge but single-edge.
    No problems in batoning & splitting firewood and very sharp for woodworking chores.


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