|Style||Fixed Blade Knives|
|Number of Items||1|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||Companion Black|
|Item Model Number||M-12141|
|Product Dimensions||5.08 x 3.81 x 25.4 cm; 110 Grams|
Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade, 4.1-Inch
|Style||Fixed Blade Knives|
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- Versatile fixed-blade outdoor knife with a 4.1-inch hardened Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade is ideal for carving, food prep, and cutting tinder
- High-quality Swedish steel is razor sharp and exceptionally tough; stainless steel blade stays sharp longer than carbon steel, and is less prone to rust
- Patterned, high-friction grip sits comfortably in the hand, for greater control, safety, and performance, especially in wet and cold conditions
- Blade length: 4.1 inches (104 mm), blade thickness: 0.1 inch (2.5 mm), overall length: 8.6 inches (218 mm), weight w/ sheath: 4.1 oz. (116 g)
- Includes a color-matching plastic sheath with belt clip; manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty; made in Sweden
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The Morakniv Companion Fixed-Blade Outdoor Knife is an all-in-one knife for outdoor enthusiasts, ideal for carving, food prep, and cutting tinder and wood. Featuring a 4.1-inch, three-quarter tang hardened Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade, it maintains an edge and stays sharp longer than carbon steel, and is far less prone to rust, for outdoor and marine applications where knives are commonly exposed to dirt and moisture. A patterned, high-friction grip sits comfortably in the hand, for greater control, safety, and performance, especially in wet and cold conditions. A must-have knife for camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, and survival/emergency preparedness, the Moraniv Companion has a blade length of 4.1 inches (104 mm), blade thickness of 0.1 inch (2.5 mm), overall length of 8.6 inches (218 mm), and weight w/ sheath of 4.1 oz. (116 g). Includes a color-matching plastic sheath with a belt clip. Manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty. Made in Sweden.
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I do have a collection of Swiss Army knives although all are too precious to me to utilise for any useful purpose, other than to pick my teeth after eating meat, scratch my ear holes (the other end of the pick is ideal, albeit rather gruesome), and the scissors to cut cotton wool pads for electronic cigarette wicking material. The Mora knife I purchased here was such a low-cost product, I’d be far more inclined to use it for more substantial purposes.
The knife arrived and I must say that I’m delighted. The handle is a rubbery texture and affords a great grip, the sheath is durable although it’s a little cumbersome to pull out the knife and the blade itself is sharper than my wife’s tongue, god bless her. I don’t believe I’ve ever owned a sharp knife like this, it makes my Swiss Army knife (the big one) seem like it’s made of kebab meat. This Mora is quite literally sharp enough to shave with, it’s quite astounding for such a cheap product.
I still haven’t managed to go full cave-man with it though, but it’s in my list for the near future. I have no doubt that this will serve me well, I won’t be afraid of damaging it because of the price and it’s likely to get used when we are out in the wilderness of Blighty.
I've use mine for batoning wood, stripping bark, cutting paracord and prepping camp food and it just holds it's edge all day long. When I get home I give it a clean and a few strokes on a steel and it's like new.
Even the sheath was better than I was expecting, the Mora won't just fall out and is held in place until needed, but not so much as to require forcing and possible accidents.
Honestly I can't fault this knife and would happily buy another when mine eventually gives up.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 August 2018
Ok for basic carving tasks and camp tasks. I haven't done any heavy battoning but copes well with splitting smaller pieces of wood. Handle reassuringly grippy.
You can spend a lot on a bushcraft knife and get a lot less knife than the companion.