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Mora Garberg Destruction Test

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13 thoughts on “Mora Garberg Destruction Test

  1. Knife used in this video , to me it is a good all around bushcraft knife, what is your experience with it? Thanks for watching. Lilly

    1. Paradigm2012Shift:
      All you need is a small amount of Petroleum Jelly or Mineral Oil to lubricate the knife hole & it will work just fine. Even with wood on wood it will also lubricate it well.

    2. Lilly very good suggestions on the improvement of the Mora Garberg; one last suggestion I would have made would be that they strengthen the lanyard hole by maybe incorporating a metal grommet through the lanyard hole to support the plastic of the handle, then the hole could be used as a ‘proper’ socket for bow drilling with out any damage to the handle. That would reduce the ‘drag’ of the drill on the handle improving it’s ease and success of making a fire. That along with your suggestions would improve the overall performance of the knife and take it a step further into being a true ‘bushcraft/survival’ knife….

    3. Lilly very good suggestions on the improvement of the Mora Garberg; one last suggestion I would have made would be that they strengthen the lanyard hole by maybe incorporating a metal grommet through the lanyard hole to support the plastic of the handle, then the hole could be used as a ‘proper’ socket for bow drilling with out any damage to the handle. That would reduce the ‘drag’ of the drill on the handle improving it’s ease and success of making a fire. That along with your suggestions would improve the overall performance of the knife and take it a step further into being a true ‘bushcraft/survival’ knife….

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