Quality, Low-cost Morakniv Knives for the Hunter, Camper, Preppers
Everyone has their own idea of what the elements are that make up the best survival knife. For me it comes down to a quality as compared to price.
For many, Frost Mora makes a knife that gives you the best value for the price offered, which is in the general range of $10.00 to $15.00, depending on which model decided upon. Some are slightly above $15.00, but are still a great value for the money paid.
The Mora Clipper is a favorite among the low-priced fixed blade knives. I keep them in my vehicle and bug out bag. The only negative of the knife itself is it has a small 3/4 tang on the knife. On the other hand, at this price, you can acquire up to as many as four of these knives for the price you would have to pay for a more expensive brand.
Pros for Clipper
Among the pros of the knife are its high carbon steel blade; large handle with more than enough grip room; low price; and a plastic handle that is easy to clean.
Cons for Clipper
As to the cons, it doesn’t include a full tang on the blade as mentioned earlier, and it has a bulky plastic case that feels cheap.
Concerning the manufacturer, the company is based in Sweden and has been designing knives for over 300 years. Anyone that hunts, fishes, camps, engages in boating, or is a prepper/survivalist, etc., can find a knife or knives from Mora that meet their specific needs.
Below are several of the low-cost models offered from Mora.
Immediately below is the Morakniv Craftline Robust Trade Knife with Carbon Steel Blade and Combi Sheath, 3.6-Inch
Next is the Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Carbon Steel Blade, 4.1-Inch, Military Green, as seen below.
I hope this quick review of Morakniv Clipper helped.