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My Scandinavian Knives Article

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Dirty Bob, May 6, 2009.

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  1. Dirty Bob

    Dirty Bob Member

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    I had an article on Scandinavian knives in the April issue of ModernSurvival.net, under my real name. I own, carry and use Swedish and Finnish knives and am a big fan. I hope you enjoy the article.
    (Posted with permission)

    Thanks,
    Marlo (aka Dirty Bob)
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  2. JimJD

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    Thanks Dirty Bob! I'm going to read it right now. :)
     
  3. Piraticalbob

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    Good introduction to Scandi knives. The photos really contributed to the article. Well done!
     
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    My brother and I are getting Swedish army knives [Mora?] for our kit.
     
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    Excellent article. I hope it steers many towards a long relationship collecting and using Scandi knives.

    From the way you take care of those knives, you really shouldn't be calling yourself "Dirty Bob"!
     
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    Excellent!

    Thank you for sharing.
     
  7. bikerdoc

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    Thanks for the sheathing ideas!!!
     
  8. Dirty Bob

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    Thanks, guys!

    One point of confusion: both Frosts and Erikssons are Mora knives. IIRC, both companies are now owned by the same people, and the factories are both in the same area. If you look at the blade stamp on the pic of the Eriksson #2 thunked into a post, you can see the "Mora" logo.

    All my best,
    Dirty Bob
     
  9. Deltaboy

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    Thanks Dirty Bob I have heard some good things and I am going to buy some this summer .
     
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