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Hi All,

I'm placing an order for Swedish-made Mora knives for my store, and would like to extend a discount for pre-orders. Prices will be 10-15% off of prices seen here: https://www.ragweedforge.com/SwedishKnifeCatalog.html.

Mora knives are quality, no frills knives at really good prices. Let me know if and what you're interested in, and I will get you a price.

As for delivery, I will send them via USPS in a padded envelope which should be inexpensive.

Kindly,

Matt
541-450-3893
thetoolmerchants@gmail.com
 
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For what it's worth I own a Mora Military Carbon Steel Knife. I picked it up for about 25 bucks. I use it for pretty much everything. I would give it around an 8/10 overall. It's really really sharp. It stays sharp. And its easy to sharpen. Did I mention it's sharp? OK. downsides are it being carbon steel it is a bit on the fragile side. I broke my tip carving bone. I also took a small (tiny) chip out of the blade butchering a duck with it. It's still sharp enough to skill and butcher a rabbit near perfectly. For the price range of knives under 50$ I'd give it somewhere around a 9.8/10. A really good purchase. I would serious consider buying another and by and large I do not spend money.

 
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oh, I should add. The guard between the Blade and handle was to skimpy for my taste but the problem was easily solved by quickly placing it on hot metal and then pressing. Its a hard plastic guard and it forms and re-hardens really easily. Which I found to be handy.
 
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