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Condor Bushlore

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by DAdams, Jan 1, 2013.

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  1. DAdams

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  2. hso

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    I've read some mixed reviews on it and when I handled it at Blade I tended to agree that the handle could use some reshaping for a more comfortable grip.

    Never any negatives on the Moras, though.
     
  3. BLB68

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    I had one, sent it back b/c of an uneven grind. I didn't get it swapped b/c I found the grip shape to be very uncomfortable.
     
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    Get a Mora!
     
  5. BCCL

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    I like mine, I prefer their "Bushcraft Basic" series though.
     
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    Went to SMKW last week and looked over every Condor model they had in the case. They were obviously crude knives and I wasn't impressed. If I want a cheap knife, I'll buy a Mora. If I want a fairly priced top tier knife, I'll buy a Blind Horse.
     
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    I own a Bushlore. I have quite a few knives and the Bushlore is not for me. I think it would be better with thinner bar steel.

    I use knives in an outdoor work setting and I have moved the Bushlore to my "field knife" which includes some pretty rough treatment.
     
  8. BCCL

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    22-rimfire, how old is your Bushlore? The early ones were WAY to thick, but they've changed to much thinner blades on new ones.
     
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    You can find better Mora pricing on Ebay
     
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    I own both Condor and Mora. I like both. Condor is much heavier duty than Mora. Depends on what you're looking for.
     
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