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woof

Full Member
Apr 12, 2008
3,647
4
lincolnshire
Try Adam of JLT knives, he's a member on here, he'll do you a knife to fit your budget. I have one of his woodlore's, and now have his take on a bush tool on order.

Rob
 

ickyan

Forager
Jun 26, 2009
157
0
shropshire
Mora classic, use for a bit, re-handle, re-sheath = nice knife

What about the Enzo Traper (about £60 for blade and about £100 with custom handle)
 

kINGPIN

Nomad
Dec 14, 2009
440
0
Cambridgeshire UK
Lots of people are going to be saying mora, clipper etc., and for good reason- they are great. All knives are meant to be used, its just the value owners put on the looks when they have spent there hard earned cash on them. If you want a good knife that is different from the plastic handled accepted bushcraft knives out there try looking at these.

Cheap- under 30;
Cold steel bushman
Boker TUF

under 50
MOD survival knife
Condor bushcraft is getting good reviews

Under 70
Karesuando boar- beautiful knife
Enzo trapper mentioned above is a great knife.
Helle knives
Ka bar
gerber prodigy

Under 100
BKT magnum camp knife


Just a few ideas perhaps different from the norm. That said, you may find a clipper is your best bet! lol
 

Xunil

Settler
Jan 21, 2006
671
3
52
North East UK
www.bladesmith.co.uk
Kellam Wolverine

Other than the Spyderco Bushcrafter it has about the best handle of any production knife regardless of how you hold it and the blade at the business end is just stunning in use. It's at the upper end of your budget but worth every penny and more
 

hobo2

Member
Jan 22, 2011
14
0
46
cumbria
just my humplle thoughts sir. a mora bushcraft force and a good mid size folder, like the EKA swede 8. thatl leave you about £50 to spend on other stuff,like a bahco laplander and an ice bear japaneze water stone. just a thought.