Kids knives

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Kids knives

Postby Moondog55 » Tue 04 Apr, 2023 10:48 am

Knife Shop have the 511 basic for $15- at the moment until stocks run out.
I've just ordered a couple for the grandkids
https://www.knifeshopaustralia.com.au/m ... rised-aust
I think that this is good value and I'd have ordered more if I didn't already have too many blades
Ve are too soon old und too late schmart
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Re: Kids knives

Postby vagrom » Fri 07 Apr, 2023 8:52 pm

Swedish steel. Something they'll keep for life. Popular with fisho's.
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Re: Kids knives

Postby vagrom » Mon 10 Apr, 2023 5:01 pm

I found a Frosts/Mora on a beach near Cygnet 20 years ago, probably from a Salmon farm. Very simple, strong and stay-sharp Swedish steel. They have a Wiki page. Out of interest I include an interesting find - one with a fire lighter. Pandani's been called the bushman's friend as the dead leaves/fronds underneath the head stay dry whatever the conditions.
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Re: Kids knives

Postby Moondog55 » Mon 01 May, 2023 8:09 am

Well the elder grandchild was pleased but not excited to have her own knife.
She seems reasonably happy with the "Knife Rules"
It lives in my drawer when not being used, only to be used outside and no stabbing people with it.
She can take it home when she reaches 16YO
She and the ten year old are both now OK with striking a spark from a Ferrocerium rod.
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