posted on Oct, 1 2018 @ 03:22 AM
Mora's are definitely awesome knives. I've got a Mora in every vehicle I own. They're just about impossible to destroy and scary sharp right out of
the box. Love the Scandi grind on Mora's. A Mora goes with me whenever I go out in the field. It might stay in my pack, but it's there if I need
At the other end of the spectrum, I've also got a couple Benchmade knives. I bought a Mini-Griptillian just to see what all the hype was about. The
first one I got with the coated coated drop-point blade so I could see wear on it. I have to say, I've had no mercy on that knife and it has hung in
there for some pretty nasty stuff. It's been brutalized in all sorts of weather, cut endless stuff which dulls knives nearly instantly (hay bales as
an example) and I've rarely had to sharpen it. It was such a great knife, I bought a second one in a sheepsfoot with a satin blade. What I really
like about the Benchmades is, every knife you buy from them is a custom knife. You say how you want it built, and they build it that way for you.
Benchmades ain't cheap, but they're every bit as durable as people say they are! (and then some) The other thing I like about the Mini-Grip is the
clip is on the opposite end from the hinge (i.e. tip up orientation). What this means is, you can pull it out of your pocket, flick it and it's ready
to go in your hand. No need to turn it around the other way as you have to do with just about every other pocket knife. Plus, the clip can be moved
to either side of the knife, so it works for lefties and righties.
So in summary, nothing wrong with a Mora at all (I love 'em). Likewise, Benchmades are great too.
edit on 10/1/2018 by Flyingclaydisk because:
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