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Hultafors Knives

Hultafors Knives

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So a more expensive version of the morakniv knives? We are paying extra just for the prestige of having a knife made in Taiwan as opposed to Sweden?
They've been cheaper, even up here in Canada. But this isn't a bad price for these times, the quality of these are comparable to morakniv of Sweden
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Bulk order shipped! The vendor informed us that the group's order was picked up and is on its way to our warehouse in New Jersey. Based on the tracking provided, the order is scheduled to arrive on 1/6.
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I have two Hultafors knives and really like them. They're comparable to Mora's in blade design and performance. The differential heat treatment is rather commendable, good edge retention. The main point of difference is the ergonomics of the grip. So have a look at them from that perspective if making comparisons.
[Edit] This knife seems to be Hultafors' response to the Mora Bushcraft Black. When you look at it from that perspective this is very good value.
Their normal line of knives are as cheap as Mora's in the northern hemisphere. But cheaper than Mora's in the southern hemisphere. (I'm Australian so hence the purchase).
This is a specialty line of Hultafors knives as they're trying to tap into the 'bushcraft/outdoor ' market so the price has been bumped up. Maybe the new additions are worth it to you.
[Edit] New Additions are: - Colour, - Grip on one model - Rust protective coating - Ruler - Webbing belt loop with ferro rod holder (the default plastic belt loop is a pain to use.) - Ground spine for ferro rod striking. (A lot of the additions can be DIY fixes, but wouldn't be as nice and many can not be bothered.)
I initially learnt about Hultafors from Simon's Discoveries on YouTube.
And regarding the steel:
http://simonsdiscoveries.com/the-mystery-of-hultafors-knife-steel-solved/
@Morrowind542
HubeyDoobyDoo
Thanks for the link
HubeyDoobyDoo
LOOL he got his for 11 bucks! I would buy that.
Does anyone know exactly what type of steel this is? "Japanese Carbon Steel" doesn't exactly give us much to work with
Designed in Sweden and manufactured in Taiwan.
Can anyone tell me why this knife is better than Mora ( which is both cheaper and manufactured in Sweden)?
Because as far as I can tell when your best bet is to buy two Moras instead of one of these you do the former.
Daaa
My thoughts exactly when I just say this drop.
I'd rather get a Mora Robust (which I already have). It's basically the same knife for half the price..
These look like they share a lot of design ideas with Mora, but the grip and guard against slipping and getting your finger(s) into the blade is much more robust - especially compared with Mora's newer full-tang grips. Also, they're using Japanese steel rather than Sandvik. Anyone compared them?
JDWarner