Wood Work Living: what do you prefer for the Frost Mora Clipper 860 or 840, a stainless steal
knife or carbon knife ,why? and whats the difference between both of them
Wood Work Living: ya i think the 860f is the best for me! im 5'2 90 lbs
jinya1004: @1234sensei Thanks for watching. I REALLY like the Bushcraft Force, it is
easily one of my favorite "small" fixed blade knives. I plan on paring it
with my new RTAK II this spring when I go out camping. I forgot that they
discontinue their knives...great, now I have to buy another one. = ). I'll
post up my leather sheath that I completed recently for the Bushcraft
Force. Thanks for the feedback!
simoncowellscores: 12C27 Steel that Mora uses is the best stainless in the world, so good in
fact that even the knife snobs on all the forums like it. Edge retention,
toughness and ease of sharpening like 1095 Carbon steel but without
worrying about rust. The Bushcraft Force is an awesome knife mate, thanks
Wood Work Living: on a web sight
jinya1004: @dahui1463 I don't have the Mora 860, so I'm not sure if I can really say,
BUT I also love my Mora Bushcraft Force which is stainless. I hear people
saying that Carbon is easier to sharpen and holds an edge better, but I
haven't really noticed that much of a difference. I like how the SS doesn't
oxidize as easily and looks cleaner. I chose the 840 because they were on
sale and I didn't feel like I needed/wanted the SS. I don't think you could
go wrong with either.
1234sensei: Thanks for the vid. I agree with you 100%. I own nine different Mora's & in
my opinion the Bushcraft Force is the best of them all. They do change and
discontinue their knives quite often, so I think I will buy another
Bushcraft Force soon............Cheers from England.
Wessex Blades&Bushcraft: An RtakII with a force??...awww what pairing!! all power to you!
jinya1004: @dahui1463 If you like the 860, you may like the Bushcraft Force, but if
you have smaller hands, then I would recommend the 860. I had to cord wrap
all my 840's because they were too small for my hands. I'm 6'2, 200lbs.
Alex Dermietzel: great vid i 100% agree. I have the bushcraft force and although it costs
about $15 more than the 840 its still not an expensive knife and its
fantastic for the price you pay.
Wood Work Living: ok thx so i think the 860f is the call
jinya1004: @dahui1463 Where are you getting them/purchasing them from?