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[:sv]One of our earliest inventions is the cutting edge, discoveries has been found of the cutting edge 3.39 million years back in time.

Flintaxe head

Flintaxe head

One of the more interesting consequences of a cutting edge is the ability to easily share something, there the right message is interesting. Sharing the meat may have give us a higher protein supplement that also have stimulated our brains to grow.

When undersigned is out and speaks about living and survival i call one of my lecture/sections ”interaction a profitable insight” my first thought of that title was the interaction between the hand and the cutting edge (knife)

My knife

My knife

My humble opinion is that it is precisely the critical case if you will succeed. I have for several years talked with Mora of Sweden (Knife company) in obtaining a good utility knife. I say that Mora knife as a phenomenon has for many of us Scandinavians become to be the emblematic of a good utility knife.

However, MoS is just one of many company’s who carry the great legacy of our good traditions of utility knifes. That started around the viking millenium.

When it comes to steel edges knifes i dare to say that Mora of Sweden has one of the most affordable knives in the world. The fact that many other brands have been successful at the Outdoor segment is not a reason to not choose a knife for these purposes from MoS. Let me clarify that my opinion is that a knife in the first instance shall be assessed based on their cutting properties. That we today have a division of knives where we put a lot of key words infront of the knife in itself is not remarkable, the remarkable thing is that we sometimes seem to give these key words  such a importancy.

Such a weird word is ”survival knife”, my experience it rather moves the focus away from yourself as a user, to the knife measure properties that are wacky and unreasonable. The knife is a survival tool when it exists in an interaction with the hand that uses it in a crisis or emergency situation. It is based on my description that most knives that exist can be seen as a survival knife in the right hands.

 [:en]One of our earliest inventions is the cutting edge, discoveries has been found of the cutting edge 3.39 million years back in time.

Flintaxe head
Flintaxe head

One of the more interesting consequences of a cutting edge is the ability to easily share something, there the right message is interesting. Sharing the meat may have give us a higher protein supplement that also have stimulated our brains to grow.

When undersigned is out and speaks about living and survival i call one of my lecture/sections ”interaction a profitable insight” my first thought of that title was the interaction between the hand and the cutting edge (knife)

My knife
My knife

My humble opinion is that it is precisely the critical case if you will succeed. I have for several years talked with Mora of Sweden (Knife company) in obtaining a good utility knife. I say that Mora knife as a phenomenon has for many of us Scandinavians become to be the emblematic of a good utility knife.

However, MoS is just one of many company’s who carry the great legacy of our good traditions of utility knifes. That started around the viking millenium.

When it comes to steel edges knifes i dare to say that Mora of Sweden has one of the most affordable knives in the world. The fact that many other brands have been successful at the Outdoor segment is not a reason to not choose a knife for these purposes from MoS. Let me clarify that my opinion is that a knife in the first instance shall be assessed based on their cutting properties. That we today have a division of knives where we put a lot of key words infront of the knife in itself is not remarkable, the remarkable thing is that we sometimes seem to give these key words  such a importancy.

Such a weird word is ”survival knife”, my experience it rather moves the focus away from yourself as a user, to the knife measure properties that are wacky and unreasonable. The knife is a survival tool when it exists in an interaction with the hand that uses it in a crisis or emergency situation. It is based on my description that most knives that exist can be seen as a survival knife in the right hands.

 [:de]One of our earliest inventions is the cutting edge, discoveries has been found of the cutting edge 3.39 million years back in time.

Flintaxe head
Flintaxe head

One of the more interesting consequences of a cutting edge is the ability to easily share something, there the right message is interesting. Sharing the meat may have give us a higher protein supplement that also have stimulated our brains to grow.

When undersigned is out and speaks about living and survival i call one of my lecture/sections ”interaction a profitable insight” my first thought of that title was the interaction between the hand and the cutting edge (knife)

My knife
My knife

My humble opinion is that it is precisely the critical case if you will succeed. I have for several years talked with Mora of Sweden (Knife company) in obtaining a good utility knife. I say that Mora knife as a phenomenon has for many of us Scandinavians become to be the emblematic of a good utility knife.

However, MoS is just one of many company’s who carry the great legacy of our good traditions of utility knifes. That started around the viking millenium.

When it comes to steel edges knifes i dare to say that Mora of Sweden has one of the most affordable knives in the world. The fact that many other brands have been successful at the Outdoor segment is not a reason to not choose a knife for these purposes from MoS. Let me clarify that my opinion is that a knife in the first instance shall be assessed based on their cutting properties. That we today have a division of knives where we put a lot of key words infront of the knife in itself is not remarkable, the remarkable thing is that we sometimes seem to give these key words  such a importancy.

Such a weird word is ”survival knife”, my experience it rather moves the focus away from yourself as a user, to the knife measure properties that are wacky and unreasonable. The knife is a survival tool when it exists in an interaction with the hand that uses it in a crisis or emergency situation. It is based on my description that most knives that exist can be seen as a survival knife in the right hands.

 [:ru]One of our earliest inventions is the cutting edge, discoveries has been found of the cutting edge 3.39 million years back in time.

Flintaxe head

Flintaxe head

One of the more interesting consequences of a cutting edge is the ability to easily share something, there the right message is interesting. Sharing the meat may have give us a higher protein supplement that also have stimulated our brains to grow.

When undersigned is out and speaks about living and survival i call one of my lecture/sections ”interaction a profitable insight” my first thought of that title was the interaction between the hand and the cutting edge (knife)

My knife

My knife

My humble opinion is that it is precisely the critical case if you will succeed. I have for several years talked with Mora of Sweden (Knife company) in obtaining a good utility knife. I say that Mora knife as a phenomenon has for many of us Scandinavians become to be the emblematic of a good utility knife.

However, MoS is just one of many company’s who carry the great legacy of our good traditions of utility knifes. That started around the viking millenium.

When it comes to steel edges knifes i dare to say that Mora of Sweden has one of the most affordable knives in the world. The fact that many other brands have been successful at the Outdoor segment is not a reason to not choose a knife for these purposes from MoS. Let me clarify that my opinion is that a knife in the first instance shall be assessed based on their cutting properties. That we today have a division of knives where we put a lot of key words infront of the knife in itself is not remarkable, the remarkable thing is that we sometimes seem to give these key words  such a importancy.

Such a weird word is ”survival knife”, my experience it rather moves the focus away from yourself as a user, to the knife measure properties that are wacky and unreasonable. The knife is a survival tool when it exists in an interaction with the hand that uses it in a crisis or emergency situation. It is based on my description that most knives that exist can be seen as a survival knife in the right hands.

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