Even more Mora 711 sheath mods

Discussion in 'Knives/Cutlery' started by OneHitWonder, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. OneHitWonder

    OneHitWonder G&G Newbie

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    First of all let me say I am a new fan of Mora. These babies can cut. No serations needed. Probally the sharpest knife you will ever own. The scandi grind is a woodworking beaver. The fine Swedish steel can hold an edge. IMO everyone should own at least one, with the price of $12 for an 711, some more, some less, it is no burden to a knife user.


    Second, modding sheaths is a common theme among the Mora fans. So here is my mods for a long high-country packing trip. Or the EDC bag.

    The swiveling belt loop the new Mora 900 series is a nice improvment over the older small thin non-swiveling loop of the 711. Just so happens the loop from the new sheaths will attach to the 711 sheath as intended for stacking two knives on special sheaths.

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    Yellow cord for hanging from neck. Mag block and firesteel ,loop tied to sheath. Photon type LED light with neck cord, loop locked on sheath. A diamond sharpening rod. Several ranger bands to keep it all tight. Optional velcro Crocs attachment for belt loops and no belt or pack straps.
  2. OneHitWonder

    OneHitWonder G&G Newbie

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    My favorite woods knife ,,,,, for now.

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  3. rando

    rando G&G Enthusiast Forum Contributor

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    I bought two of the Mora,s from sportsman guide I believe last summer. They are excellent knives for fishing and filleting smaller fish also. I got a deal on a two pack.
  4. thrillbilly

    thrillbilly G&G Evangelist

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    Moras are almost impossible to beat in the Value/Quality department. I have a Classic #1...sharpest knife from the box I have ever seen.

    Great wood-working/carving knife...altho I like to have a much heavier/sturdier blade as a Outdoor knife. Moras are good to bring along tho, great for small tasks and weigh almost nothing.
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