I've used one of these on mine, rather than pay to get one fitted I just took the supplied belt out and threaded the bergan waist belt on.
Pretty much worthless, you'll be lucky to get a fiver........as an act of charity send it to me and I'll give you a tenner but I'm not covering the postage!
Sorry not helpful but I couldn't resist.
Found this bit from a USMC map reading lesson, don't know how many of these items you'll come across while bushcrafting but it illustrates the point.
(1) Handle the compass with care. The dial is set at a delicate balance, which could be damaged by a shock.
But a compass needle will react to any metal, not just magnetised ones. The army have a list of distances that you should be away from different objects to ensure your compass is giving a true reading.
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The house opposite me has an apple tree outside which has a beautiful crop this year, chatted with him last night and he said to take as many as I want! Seeing this thread has got me thinking about drying some.
I know you said leather and this will start calls of heresy and burn him from the purists but have you considered something like this? https://www.heinnie.com/carry-all-black-nylon-pouch
I'll run away now before the pitchforks and burning torches are fetched :surrender:
Hall and Woodhouse brewers based in Blandford craft a very tasty tipple called "Blandford Flyer" it has ginger in it which is supposed to ward off the evil little critters. Not sure if it works but maybe experiments should be tried out with larger doses.
Wayland!!! Will you please stop showing all your beautiful things to us mere mortals, I'm now having to mop up all the drool from my keyboard.
To answer the original question, I have had moras and also a condor bushcraft knife and yes they both do the job and I'll probably never wear them out...