Morakniv Mora of Sweden Black Bushcraft Knife 4.3" Carbon Steel Blade, Black Rubber Handle - 10791


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Part #: FT10791 | Morakniv Mora of Sweden
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FT10791: Black Bushcraft
A new knife Bushcraft family with his black 3.2 mm thick sheet is one of the most sturdy knives Mora has ever made. The blade is made of carbon steel and has a black coating that protects against corrosion. You can use the back of the blade with a fire starter. The spine of the blade is sharp, ground especially for that purpose. Comes with a black rubber grip and a black plastic sheath.
Carbon Steel Blade:
  • Knife blades of high carbon steel can be hardened to HRC 59-60 giving best possible sharpness to lowest price. Knives made from above mentioned steel grades will after some use achieve a dullish grey finish. However, this will not negatively affect the quality of the blade. On the contrary it will somewhat improve the resistance to corrosion.
  • Blade Length: 4.3" (109 mm)
  • Blade Steel: High Carbon Steel, 59-60HRC
  • Blade Thickness: 3.2 mm
  • Overall Length: 9.15" (232 mm)
  • Handle Material: Rubber
  • Weight: 5.75 oz. (163 g)
  • Made in Sweden

UPC Code: 7391846013013

Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
4.722 (18 reviews)
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5 out of 5
Mar 13, 2017
Pros: Materials, Finish, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, None
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard
Excellent craftsmanship
Has a high quality look but also functional with razor sharp edge blade. Very good value for price for price point !
3 out of 5
Sep 28, 2015
Pros: Finish, Weight, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Overall Quality, Sheath/Scabbard, None
an OK bushcraft knife
Decent knife with oversized rubber handle. I don't think the shape of the handle with index finger separation is a good idea. A traditional handle is better in every type of grip. I bought the bushcraft black when it came out and this knife cost about $30. Now, it almost doubled for some strange reason. It's still an "ikea" type knife with basic molded sheath and rubber handle. Mass produced with Inexpensive carbon steel. For about $100, one can buy a nice, full tang bushcraft/survival whatever knife with micarta handles. Price aside, it's still a decent, light duty knife but IMO, not worth more than $40.
3 out of 5
Sep 13, 2015
Pros: Handle Material, Weight, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Overall Quality, None
Short relationship
I got this knife along with another that cost about 1/2 what the Mora cost. The Mora was an interesting knife and I may get another one sometime, but the grind was off (not symmetrical) from one side to the other, and I returned it. I liked the light weight and grip, but for a ballpark $60 knife, I expect that I would not have to get out the stones and fix what was not done correctly when it was made. The $30 knife (Condor Bushlore) was made VERY well. I kept that one!
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