The Mora 740 MG has been one of the most popular low cost bushcraft knives of the past three decades. Having been endorsed by Ray Mears, 740 MGs were considered a staple of the bushcraft community for many years. With the knife's simplistic design, rugged construction, and … [Read more...]
Out of the many knife reviews published on this blog, the following are reviews we've done of, in particular, camping knives.
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On the heels of writing about the Mora Classic I will be checking out the Hultafors GK: the beast of Mora-style knives! The Hultafors GK is essentially a traditional Mora knife on steroids. The steel is a mystery carbon steel from Japan. The knife is made somewhere in Asia … [Read more...]
I paid $5 for the Mora Classic over a decade ago. Back then it was stained red, but after years and years of hard use, it's lost its color. It was the first knife I bought for myself, and was a companion to me throughout my trecks over the years, and still continues to be to … [Read more...]
The Gerber Parang had the potential to be a truly remarkable and well-loved production knife, but its launch was marred by reports of catastrophic failure in terms of shoddy quality control. I happen to think that's a damn shame because this knife is currently one of my … [Read more...]
Ontario SP10 Marine Raider Bowie - Amazon / Blade HQ Out of all the knives I own, the Ontario SP10 Marine Raider Bowie is one of my favourites, not because it's especially functional or excels at one particular task, but rather because it's 650 grams of fun - and does it … [Read more...]
For under $100, the Boker Plus Vox Rold is one of the best camping and survival knives in its price range. The knife offers features that are not evident when simply browsing through product websites. Although it's definitely not the best survival knife I've used, for the … [Read more...]