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The Mora Companion EDC trial.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Mp7, Nov 8, 2012.

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  1. Mp7

    Mp7 Member

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    Hi,

    finally my Kydex-sheath arrived! And now this tool gets to ride
    on my belt for EDC carry.

    Paid like 16$ for the Companion (stainless 12C27 sandvik steel)
    and 14$ for the kydexsheath.


    So if a deer chooses to pass by my office desk, i'm ready
    to kill it and dress it on the spot :)

    For 30 bucks - the best setup i can think of. :cool:




    (Every knife-enthusiast needs to own a Mora in 121C27, trust me!)
     

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    Where did you get the sheath?
     
  3. Mp7

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    ...

    while looking up mora knives on ebay i found a lil seller,
    who is making these - obviously just for a lil spending money.

    Considering that i haven´t made kydex sheaths myself and
    would have to buy materials and tools ... the price was pretty awesome,
    me thinks.
     
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    Who, specifically made it for that price so others can give the "lil seller" a little more business.
     
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    Thanks I love my Moras !
     
  7. Dirty Bob

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    I look forward to hearing how you like the Companion. I have found the stainless Moras to be excellent as light-duty utility knives. I built a lot of furniture with a s/s Mora on my belt (using it to shave wood for tongue-and-groove joints, plus a host of other stuff). Enjoy it!

    All my best,
    Dirty Bob
     
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