Sometimes you come across a product for sale and you scratch your head wondering why the price is so low? A low price doesn’t always mean a cheap product. Quite honestly, I’m amazed we can offer you this knife for such a low price, but we can! (while supplies last) This Ontario folding knife can easily compete with knives costing $100 or more! It’s a great everyday carry knife, or makes a fantastic tool to bring along on any outdoor adventure. It is simple, practical, and robust. The build quality on this knife is amazing, the steel is outstanding, and it just feels great in your hand! Buy one today for the rock-bottom price of just $26.49! Fathers day is just around the corner, and this knife would make an excellent gift.
Be the envy of all your outdoor buddies with this slick all-black carbon steel blade bushcraft knife from Morakniv (Mora of Sweden). This is high quality Swedish steel! One of the very best knives to come out of the Mora factory. Now in stock at Makais!
Bushcraft Survival – A razor sharp blade with a distinct tip, an all-weather Morakniv® Fire Starter and a Diamond Sharpener make the Bushcraft Survival the natural choice for those who love the great outdoors.
The 3.2mm thick Swedish stainless steel blade stays sharp for a long time, is extremely tolerant against wear and has considerable cutting strength. The blade is ridgeground especially for use with the fire steel.
The robust sheath is provided with a well thought out space for the firesteel and completed with a diamond sharpener, making it easy to sharpen the knife blade. An orange handle with high-friction grip gives the finishing touch to the Bushcraft Survival and is minimizing the risk to lose your knife. A knife that suits a tough livestyle!
Bushcraft Survival Black – A razor sharp blade with its black 3.2 mm thick blade is one of the most sturdy knives we have ever made. The carbon steel blade has a black coating which protects against corrosion.
You can use the back of the blade with the fire starter. The spine of the blade is sharp, ground especially for that purpose.
The robust sheath is provided with a well thought out space for the firesteel and completed with a diamond sharpener, making it easy to sharpen the knife blade. A knife that suits a tough livestyle!
Outdoor enthusiasts have become huge fans of Mora brand knives from Sweden. They are incredibly sharp, extremely durable, and best of all, they are probably the best value you’ll find in knives today! Check out some of the pics below, and of course visit our website to shop for Mora, if you want to try one for yourself!
From the manufacturer:
About the company
With tradition behind us, we look to the future.
Knives have been crafted in Östnor for over a century. Once they were made in every home by local craftsmen who passed down their skills from generation to generation.
Today those skills are all under one roof and no matter who you talk to in our factory they can all tell a family story in which knife manufacture plays a central part!
Now, as then, we have the same approach to manufacturing; we use rational methods to transfer the craftsman’s approach across to modern machinery. The only difference lies in our use of the latest technical developments.
An important part of our success is working closely with professionals. Through talking to them we acquire new ideas that we transform into market-leading concepts.
Mora of Sweden was formed in 2005 through the merger of Frosts Knivfabrik and KJ Eriksson. The name reflects the important link between our products, the town of Mora and its Swedish origin. A Morakniv® (Mora knife) is always a knife from Mora of Sweden.The company is still family-owned and manufactures knives and ice-drills which are delivered to all parts of the world.
All products are made in Sweden
At first glance, you might not know what the heck to do with this Ontario SP8 knife. What is it? Is it a knife? Is it a machete? Is it an axe? Is it a crowbar? What the heck? These are all good questions. This knife looks strange, and works strangely well at many things! You can use it as a saw, as a machete, or as an axe, or as a pry tool, or a knife…and best of all it comes with a super sturdy sheath so you can wear this bad boy on your hip. This is one seriously tool that means business! A must have on any camping trip! This knife is also very versatile in a variety of military, law enforcement, and rescue applications. Best of all, it is proudly made in the U.S.A.
Mora is on a roll! One great knife after another. This bushcraft survival knife is especially cool because it comes with fire steel and a diamond sharpener! If you’re a fan of the outdoors, you seriously need to check out these Mora Knives over at Makais.com.
A razor sharp stainless steel blade with a distinct tip, an all-weather MoraknivTM Fire Steel and a Diamond Sharpener make the Bushcraft Survival the natural choice for those who love the great outdoors. Handle is available in either Black/Gray or Black/Lime. The sheath is provided with a Fire Steel and diamond sharpener, making it easy to sharpen the knife blade. Blade Length = 4.1″, Thickness = 0.098″
Do you want an amazing knife for this spring & summer to use on your camping trips, backpacking trips, and other outdoor pursuits? Maybe you want to practice a little bushcraft? This Mora Companion Knife is quite honestly the best $15 you could possibly spend on a knife, no joke. This knife is simple, but the beauty is in the blade. The carbon steel blade comes absolutely razor sharp straight out of the Mora factory in Sweden. We get these knives direct from the factory, so we can give you the amazing price of only 15 bucks! These tend to sell out quickly, so get one while you can. Buy it here. You won’t be sorry.
If you are a fan of high quality knives, and if you have a particular love of military knives, you’ll most definitely want to check out some of the new Ontario knives over at Makais.com. Check out a few pics below, and down below that you can read about the history of Ontario Knife Company.
HISTORY OF ONTARIO KNIFE COMPANY
The beginnings of the Ontario Knife Company are shrouded in the mystery of a fading past. It seems certain that three men – William B. Ensworth, Charles Albert Brace and William Maudsley, were in the picture from the start at Naples, New York, in 1889. The name of the Company derived from Ontario County where Naples was situated. The early knives were manufactured on a waterpower-run grindstone and sold via pushcart through the neighboring countryside.
As the company began to grow more space and more power was needed so an old sawmill at Cadiz located near the Village of Franklinville was purchased and also run by water–power from the Ischua Creek.
Around 1902 a move was made from Cadiz to Franklinville as the company kept growing and again more space and more power was needed. This would be Ontario Knife’s current location. Also, on August 12, 1902 the company was incorporated and retained the Ontario Knife Company name.
In 1904 the owners of another local knife manufacturer, Empire State Cutlery Company, purchased the interests of the original Ontario Knife Company stockholders and in 1905 the two operations were combined in Franklinville under the Ontario Knife Company name. Once again the company expanded and a new building was built between 1912 and 1914 and is still in use by the company.
In 1923, James A. Chrestensen, who had been with the Company for a dozen years, became president and the beginning of the “Old Hickory” line would begin. His son Robert F. Chrestensen would take over as president after his father retired in 1952. Ontario Knife would expand its role in the cutlery industry with a membership in the American Cutlery Manufacturers’ Association in which Robert was a past president.
Servotronics purchased Ontario Knife Company in April 1967 and in 1969 they also purchased Queen Cutlery Company a sister company of Ontario Knife. Queen Cutlery manufactures pocket knives mostly for collectors, while Ontario Knife specializes in fixed blade knives. The two cutlery companies complement each other very well and to this day maintain the hard work and dedication in their manufacturing operations that leads to the finely hand crafted cutlery our customers enjoy.