Pros: Finish, Overall Quality, Materials, Blade Sharpness, Weight, Blade Material, None
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material
Morakniv Mora Classic Utility performs well for the low cost
I'm not a bushcraft survivalist at all and only use knives for general camping, fishing, and hunting purposes. These Mora knives, for the cost, are a pretty good deal because the steel seems to be of good quality and they aren't heavy. For field dressing game I would likely rely on other blades, but to clean fresh caught trout and handle basic camp and camp kitchen chores, these would be fine. I've heard about the concerns concerning slippery handles but anyone can remedy that by their own method. The only reason I gave these a 4 rating is that, in the long fun, I really favor full tang blades, they just seem sturdier to me, but a true expert could do well with the Mora classic I am sure. I would like to see a real leather pouch type sheath with the product at sold, but I will make my own and be quite satisfied. I bought two so I could give one to a friend as a gift.