This KJ Mora knife i will not do anything with, it will be like it is. The edge used is a typical Scandinavian one that is flat with no secondary edge.
It can interesting and fun to use Swiss Army Knives when you make a new handle. Then it is best to use the 85mm Wenger knives for carving.
This Mora knife i will make
a sheath for at a later date. It is fun to have some projects in wait.
I wanted to mention some about this knife because i remembered them as a kid and it is always a bit fun sometimes to
sprite things up a bit with variations.
last today and thank you for following me:
i can mention about the tang of the Mora knife that when you glue to remember to clean the metal. Usually the surface is coarse after an inch from the blade. There are also variations on the cut notch when you are close the end of the tang before the even
smaller place for peening. This notch is very useful when you glue the handle and the same goes for the coarse surface. You can also make small notches for the glue if they are not present. Usually these can be
glued right away when stripped, just clean the metal with warm water and soap. Then use a metal brush or sand paper.