I like knives and have way too many of them including some very high quality ones. Now with all these knives you would probably be surprised at what gets used the most. My Mora Companion, which cost me just a bit over $15 on Amazon. This is a great little knife.
Now Mora is a town in Sweden that is famous for making knives. Originally there were two major knife manufacturers in Mora: Frosts of Mora and KJ Eriksson. Several years ago these two companies merged into a company called Mora of Sweden or more commonly Morakniv.
Occasionally you will still see knives under the Frosts or Eriksson names for sale. It doesn’t matter what name is stamped on the knife. The quality has been good for decades.
Mora knives are available in several styles and with both carbon steel and stainless steel blades. The one I carry has the carbon steel blade. It is easier to sharpen than the stainless and holds a better edge. The downside to the carbon steel blade is that it will rust if not taken care off. Mora knives come with a Scandinavian grind is very easy to sharpen and holds an edge extremely well.
The Mora Companion comes in both a normal and heavy-duty model. While at a first glance they look alike the heavy-duty blade is thicker and will hold up better if used for batoning.
The sheath is ok, not my favorite but accomplishes its primary job of holding the knife securely in place. The knife snaps into the sheath with a little click, and I would actually be comfortable carrying it upside down. However, when carrying it on your belt, be careful when you sit down. The tip can hit the chair first and cause your knife to slip of your belt.
The one downside to the Mora Knife is that they only have three quarter tang so you cannot use the pommel as a hammer to drive stakes into the ground.
Over all these are great knives and at the inexpensive price you can afford to buy several. Instead of one $150 knife you can buy 10 of these and they hold up well.