Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Easily my favourite blade.
I use it hunting, camping (with kitchen duty!) and recently, fishing. The nice stainless steel blade handled being soaked in salt water for a few days while fishing without any blemishes. The handle holds up well when wet and has good grip, and it's just a nice shape really. Well inline with Moras heritage. The whole thing is light, and though it's a reasonable sized blade it is agile, and feels easy in hand when spiking a fish or gutting and skinning. The frog can be turned upside down on the sheath and then the knife 'clips' well onto your pants if you don't happen to have a belt on in the moment. Quite handy around camp. It's light so you don't notice it until you want it. Having a sheath that takes the blade either way, and feels incredibly secure is fantastic, and the way the handle clips the sheath is both elegant and extremely effective. Everything feels tidy and tight, and well thought out. Definitely the sharpest knife I've had out of the box. Sharper than high end custom knives, Bokers, Spydercos, Gerbers and Sogs I've had before, and it takes a new edge easily without any real effort. It's actually given me cause to sell the rest of my knives off or give them away. Plan to buy more either so I can have a few around the place in different kits, or as gifts! Looking to get the molle one so it will clip onto my sidequiver when hunting. As a ridiculously cheap blade it exceeds in quality and design where blades 10x the price really don't hold up to it. Amazing.