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Frosts Mora Knife Comparison - 2010 Range

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Today NaturalBushcraft compare Frost's Mora Bushcraft Knife 2010 Range, with numerous knives looking so similar we often get asked; "which one's the best?" or "What's the differences between them?" Well here's the video to answer those questions.
 
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9 Friday, 21 October 2011 16:53
TiarnĂ¡n Boultwood`
Could you do a reveiw of the Frosts Mora Bushcraft Training Knife - High Carbon Clipper please because i'm thinking of geting it for an older cousin who ;ike bushcraft but doesn't have any kit yet .
8 Wednesday, 22 September 2010 19:07
nathan eabry
has anyone heard of or used a whitby hk330 knife it looks good but don't know whether to get it?
7 Tuesday, 21 September 2010 19:41
marc
it is a great knive
6 Saturday, 18 September 2010 08:28
nathan eabry
Hi, i was thinking of getting the mora clipper of ray mears' site and wondered if anyone had any views, coments or experience with using that knife. Is it any good?
5 Wednesday, 15 September 2010 15:56
Ashley Cawley
@Woodchiller They are all damn good for Bushcraft! "Which is best for Bushcraft?" Well that's up to you; there is no such thing as a "best knife" - as it completely depends on what job you intend to do with it. Because 'Bushcraft' encompasses such a plethora of subjects & areas we don't know what specific things you might use a knife for, but as I said all the of the knives in this video are great for common bushcraft tasks that we do; whether it's carving something, or skinning an animal, they are of a manageable size, not too big and not too small, they are surprisingly tough too.
4 Wednesday, 15 September 2010 11:30
Woodchiller
The answer is still not clear:
Which one is the best for bushcraft ?
I think the Hunter or Triflex ?
3 Saturday, 04 September 2010 18:19
Twinkle
GEEK!!
2 Tuesday, 31 August 2010 22:37
fallowfield
A very good review of this new range of knives.
Thanks
1 Sunday, 29 August 2010 19:49
Ashley Cawley
Mora's are great knives :)

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