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Mora Bushcraft Triflex mit einer Custom Kydex Scheide DEUTSCH



Vorstellung des Mora Bushcraft Triflex Messers mit einer handgemachten Kydex Scheide von Rapidboy1 (rapidboy1@yahoo.co.uk)! Das Messer hat mich bei meinem Schwedentrip begleitet und hat dort seine Stärken bewiesen!………..Vorstellung Mora Knife,Fallenbau, Bushcraftmesser, Bushcraftknife, Mora Bushcraft Triflex, Test, batoning, feathersticks, essbare Wildpflanzen, Signaling, Whillow Whistle, Not Pfeife, Outdoornahrung, Ray Mears, Survivalfishing, Survivalnahrung, Outdoor, Notnahrung, Bear Grylls, Les Stroud, Survival, Bushcraft, Survivalmesser, Bushcraftmesser, Survivalknife, Bushcraftknife, primitive living, trapping, Survivalschule.at, Austria, Germany, Salzburg, Cody Lundin, Deutsch

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Mora Neck/Harness Knife Kit



Mora knife kit that can be carried around neck or in a shoulder harness. Many thanks to Colhane, and Sgt Mike sgtmikessurvivaltips.blogspot.com www.youtube.com

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Mora Classic #2 Knife


  • Carbon steel blade
  • Red birch wood handle
  • Cold rolled steel throat
  • 4 Inch Blade
  • Thermoplastic Sheath

Product Description
This Classic Mora knife is super tough and strong. The 4-1/4″ blade comes to you already razor sharp (and stays that way)and ready for use. It is made by the famous knife maker, Mora of Sweden, established in 1891. It i… More >>

Mora Classic #2 Knife

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Mora Of Sweden – Mora Miki Knife Review



Review of the Mora of Sweden Miki Knife

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Australian survival and self reliance. Mora of Sweden #945 Stainless steel knife unboxing.



www.honkeyhat.com If you look up most reviews and they are positively for Mora knives. The Mora #946 is an all-round fixed blade belt knife. The knife and sheath weigh about 120g The blade is stainless steel (Sandvik 12C27 mod) 2.5mm thick and 10.2 cm long. The handle is roughly 12.5cm long and is cushioned black rubber with a hand guard. It provides good control and comfort even in the cold and wet, it is sized well for medium hands. The sheath is made from black plastic, and has a swivelling belt clip so that you can swivel it when you wanna sit down so you don’t have the sheath digging into you. I think its a good buy for someone who is looking for a cheap yet good survival/bushcraft knife.

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Frost Mora Modifications



Few of JT’s mods to the Mora SL-2 sheath. Hope you all enjoy Thanks www.paracordsurvival.webs.com

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Knife Review: Frost Mora SL2 Review



Great lightweight knife for the money, ideal for neck knife configuration. Specs: Cutting Edge- 4.5 in. OAL- 8.75 in. www.paracordsurvival.webs.com

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Mora 2000 Outdoors Knife Review



The Mora 2000 is a robust belt knife, it has a razor sharp high carbon stainless steel blade and is the ultimate functional, working knife that will perform to the highest level at an affordable price. The plastic handle provides a certain grip with its gummierten surface whilst a plastic cooks sheath receives the knife with a reassuring grasp. NaturalBushcraft is a non-commercial organisation of friends sharing the knowledge and skills of Bushcraft freely – www.NaturalBushcraft.co.uk – Music by Spiro www.spiromusic.com

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