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Old 03-01-2021, 10:35 AM
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I'm looking for suggestions on a all around good camping knife. I don't want to carry more than 2 knifes due to space. I'm a novice at the knife thing but I just bought my first Benchmade and it opened my eyes to what a quality knife feels like. I prefer to have one knife about 6" blade.

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OP, he meant Toor Knives, not took.
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Mora allaround 5.8”

https://www.amazon.com/Morakniv-Allr...9W8?th=1&psc=1
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Iím betting there are 100 knives that would fit your need. But, you need to know how to use and maintain the one you choose.
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The toor knife looks amazing! That is definitely a goal but at $335 I want to shoot a little more south.

therealnickb I'm sure there are 1000 knifes that fit my need which is why I'm asking here for some real life experience and suggestions to narrow my search.

jeffrice6 have you used that knife? Is definitely affordable

Thanks guys for your suggestions
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https://caseknives.com/products/leat...leather-sheath

I love this one for camp knife I keep the smaller one supper sharp and work the bigger knife for the big stuff.
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jeffrice6 have you used that knife? Is definitely affordable
I own one, havenít beat on it yet. I do have many Moras that I do abuse though, and havenít broke one yet. Lightweight, very sharp, cheap and easy to sharpen.... My goto is the Companion, but itís shorter than what you were asking about. https://www.amazon.com/Morakniv-Comp...ra+comp&sr=8-3
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I love this one for camp knife I keep the smaller one supper sharp and work the bigger knife for the big stuff.
This looks like a very nice combo. I like how they are compact and both in the same sheath. This is a top pick now. Does the blade stay sharp long with normal cooking use?

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I own one, havenít beat on it yet. I do have many Moras that I do abuse though, and havenít broke one yet. Lightweight, very sharp, cheap and easy to sharpen.... My goto is the Companion, but itís shorter than what you were asking about. https://www.amazon.com/Morakniv-Comp...ra+comp&sr=8-3
Those are both great options. I like how they look easy to clean. I'm torn on the wood vs composite handle.

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In order of price I like using these:

Mora Garberg
LT Wright GNS or Anything really
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For cooking, I prefer an elevated grip to keep my knuckles off the board (or, likewise, to have to hang my hand off the table edge while I chop).
I wonder if something like this wouldnít be better in food prep:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...language=en_US

Or perhaps similar, but not as beefy:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...language=en_US

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In order of price I like using these:

Mora Garberg
LT Wright GNS or Anything really
Bark River Bravo 1.25 LT
I think the Mora Garberg is the one I'm going to go with. That looks like the best for me. Size and handle look good for cooking.

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If I was rich I would buy these for people lmao. That thing needs suitcase wheels on it hahahaha

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For cooking, I prefer an elevated grip to keep my knuckles off the board (or, likewise, to have to hang my hand off the table edge while I chop).
I wonder if something like this wouldnít be better in food prep:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...language=en_US

Or perhaps similar, but not as beefy:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...language=en_US
Both of those are good looking knives. The only issue I see is the screw holes being hard to keep clean.

I'm going to order up the Mora garberg knife that MongooseV8. Looks like the best. I would have never found half of these. Thanks guys
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I have for camping
Gerber plier multi tool
Ka-bar for everything

Bought a Bear Grills full tang no folder knife with fire starter because I thought I lost my ka-bar. I kept it in my day pack.

I carry a Swiss Army knife multi tool on me daily. Haven’t needed anything else
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For the last 50 years Iíve carried a Buck 110 or 112.
I have used them for just about everything.
I currently have 1-110, 1-112, 1-110 automatic, 1-112 automatic, and a new unopened 110 50 year anniversary issue. And you can get them with any blade material you desire.
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Buck Compadre.

Made by Americans right here in the USA. It is a great camp knife.
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In the end: A price point & final objective will serve you well.

Backpackers will have different needs than a car camper. 1 knife to some, means chopping wood & field dressing & while to another means cutting steaks & bottle opening.

This isnít directed necessarily to you op, just a general PSA.
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In the end: A price point & final objective will serve you well.

Backpackers will have different needs than a car camper. 1 knife to some, means chopping wood & field dressing & while to another means cutting steaks & bottle opening.

This isnít directed necessarily to you op, just a general PSA.

You are correct. To be honest I didn't know what I wanted when I posted. I tried looking online but searches render top selling name brand knifes. Now seeing all the posts there are knifes for each type. Now seeing the price range and types of knifes my criteria is set. I'd like a knife around $100 with a nice sheath. No screws in the handle so it's easier to clean and no food gets trapped. This would be a cooking knife and not used for any other purpose.


Jeepergeo brought up a good point. I'd like to buy a us made knife if possible. The knife I was about to buy says Swedish steel but I assume it's made else where (Mora garberg).
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If you want a budget US made knife take a look at the OKC Bushcraft or KaBar Becker series.
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If itís literally just for cooking, why not take a kitchen knife?
https://www.amazon.com/victorinox-kn...ctorinox+knife

And if you need a sheath for it, just fold over some cardboard & tape it up ~
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https://www.amazon.com/victorinox-kn...ctorinox+knife

And if you need a sheath for it, just fold over some cardboard & tape it up ~
Yeah, we take dedicated cooking knives (so much faster/easier than trying to make-do with a multi-use knife), and while we used to do the paperboard/tape sheath, there's tons of inexpensive plastic universal sheaths available on Amazon, e.g.: Universal Knife Sheath Set
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For not much more than a piece of garbage made in the far east you can get a quality Mora that includes an excellent sheath and will cut your food. They are scary sharp oit of the package.
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Buck makes some really nice, Made in the USA knives well within your budget and that come with a lifetime warranty. Consider the Buck 105 Pathfinder with phenolic grip, or the 119 if you want something bigger. These are classics for a reason. I've had my 105 for 35 years and it has probably another 30 years or more of life in it. I've got 110s that are about 40 years old and are still going strong.

You can find Bucks at Buckknives.com, WallyMart, and many other discount places on line.
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I generally carry a Spyderco Delica 4 for EDC---when I'm out in the woods, I have my older Cold Steel SRK knife do everything!
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You sir want the victorinox 8” chef knife. Best 45$ you will ever spend. Good enough for commercial use and comfortable to work with. I’ve used knives from the same line commercially cutting fish for years and still have everyone of them.

https://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-Fi...8D32/ref=nodl_

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Yeah, we take dedicated cooking knives (so much faster/easier than trying to make-do with a multi-use knife), and while we used to do the paperboard/tape sheath, there's tons of inexpensive plastic universal sheaths available on Amazon, e.g.: Universal Knife Sheath Set
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You sir want the victorinox 8Ē chef knife. Best 45$ you will ever spend. Good enough for commercial use and comfortable to work with. Iíve used knives from the same line commercially cutting fish for years and still have everyone of them.

https://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-Fi...8D32/ref=nodl_

6600 reviews for this knife with a 5 star amazon rating.
There you go OP ~
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So we went from a "do all camping knife" to a regular kitchen knife lol.
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Well tacticool knives suck for prep work. But a good, durable victorinox belongs at the camp.
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Yes. That one is great, but in stainless IMHO. These are more like kitchen knives or rigid fillet knives, be warned. But they are great for food.

FWIW I have the 5.8" in carbon and the 8" in stainless.
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You sir want the victorinox 8” chef knife. Best 45$ you will ever spend. Good enough for commercial use and comfortable to work with. I’ve used knives from the same line commercially cutting fish for years and still have everyone of them.

https://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-Fi...8D32/ref=nodl_

6600 reviews for this knife with a 5 star amazon rating.
Thumbs up on the Victorinox. I prefer zero kerf for most prep at home, but for camp cooking I take a couple of old Henkels that are similar to the Victorinox. Easy to clean, harder to damage by inexperienced cooks, cheap to replace if lost or damaged, and much better to cook with than a non-culinary knife.
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As far as bargain kitchen knives for camping with grippy handles, I like the Kershaw Luna series... I have the Santoku and a couple others. The 8" Chef is about $20.
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Well tacticool knives suck for prep work. But a good, durable victorinox belongs at the camp.
No kidding. This is called a "camp knife" hahah.



If you really want to go light and minimal... a flat ground Spyderco folder as an option maybe. I always thought the PM2 was more of a slicer than a tough use blade.
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I EDC a Spyderco Paramilitary II, and I have also used it for camping, fishing and even cleaning game. It is a great all-around knife.
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I EDC a Spyderco Paramilitary II, and I have also used it for camping, fishing and even cleaning game. It is a great all-around knife.
My military has cleaned many a fish while camping!
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What is your budget? Most outdoor belt knives for all around work are 5" or less, I have a couple 6" knives, 7", 8" and 9" but they become a little unwieldy for most small chores over 5.5" or so. The larger knives I use for removing branches from saplings and bushes, batoning firewood, and chopping small dry branches into kindling. 5' can do some of that and carve, notch wood, make tent stakes, prepare food, and even baton.

I keep an approximately 5" outdoor knife on my belt and a 7-7.5" heavier knife for other camp chores and fire preparation.

I also keep a silky Gomboy or or Big Boy Japanese saw. And sometimes a small camp axe. The Swedish Axes are some of the best available. Granfors Bruks are one of the best higher end axes.

Knife prices are all over the map depending on steel choice and tempering, handle construction, and type of grind. Knife prices can go anywhere from $50 to $400 or more. I suggest around $150 or less for a good quality starter knife with a warranty.

If you can get by with a 4" belt knife the Mora Garberg in carbon steel (less than $100) is an excellent example of an outdoor knife, but not fancy. Made in Sweden. Mora makes millions of knives.

Be aware that many times a cool looking tactical knife makes a horrible outdoor knife.

If you like Benchmade, the Leuku, although they've raised the price significantly, is made of a very tough high quality steel that won't break if you baton with it. I'm not a fan of most of the Benchmade fixed blade knives because of their steel choices, which tend to be a little more brittle. Except the Leuku in 3V.

ESEE makes some good knives too. Tops makes good knives although sometimes in wild designs. Becker BK16 or 18, I've forgotten the number, makes a nice smaller 5-6" belt knife.

If you want a fancier knife in the "buy once, cry once" category, I'd say take a close look at Bark River Knives. They use a convex grind, which I prefer. I'd recommend a knife in 3V steel. I have about ten of these in various sizes from 4.5" to 9". Needless to say, I love them. The prices look high for the 3V and Cru-Wear steel knives, but if you forgo the fancy handles and go with plainer black or green canvas micarta it'll save you a ton of money. BRK knives are made in batches and sell out, but you can pre-order from the next batch in many cases.
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Another great outdoor brand in the same higher price range is LT Wright. I only have one, but it is currently my most favorite outdoor knife. The Illuminous 5. This is an excellent outdoor knife over 5". This knife has a Scandi grind which is not for everyone, but it is amazing on wood. The handle is large so you have plenty of leverage, but fits like a glove.

https://www.ltwrightknives.com/illuminous-5.html

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This looks like a very nice combo. I like how they are compact and both in the same sheath. This is a top pick now. Does the blade stay sharp long with normal cooking use?



Those are both great options. I like how they look easy to clean. I'm torn on the wood vs composite handle.

Thabk you both for these suggestions.
You may not want a stacked leather handle like the Case knives. The material is softer and they tend to have a thinner steel tang.

For an outdoor knife that is going to be exposed to the elements and some beating, you want a full tang knife with a tough handle.

Wood handles look nice, but G10 and Micarta (canvas) is the strongest material. These materials are also water proof.

EDIT: Your outdoor knife should be able to handle this kind of abuse, if you want to be able to rely on it. BTW - I'm definitely not endorsing Schrade.


If the knife has good steel, you should be able to hit the tip, contrary to what the video says.

Just trying to give you the benefit of my experience and research.
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In order of price I like using these:

Mora Garberg
LT Wright GNS or Anything really
Bark River Bravo 1.25 LT
Excellent choices IMHO. I like the LT Wright Illuminous 5

And I have a Bark River Bravo 1.5 LT in 3V. I like the 1.25 better.
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I just bought a buck knife for our upcoming trip. Weíll see how it performs. A lot of my old camp gear either broke or disappeared. So weíll look like greenhorns with a bunch of new gear! Lol!


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