New Morakniv Bushcraft Survival Knives

13 Feb

2 new bushcraft knives from Mora of Sweden coming to Makais very soon…(click on the images below for larger versions)

bushcraft-survival-knife-orangeBushcraft Survival Orange

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-knife-blackBushcraft Survival Black

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!

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2 Responses to “New Morakniv Bushcraft Survival Knives”

  1. pgallagher6 September 7, 2013 at 9:29 pm #

    Yeah, definitely both fantastic blades, as always. Although, I do wonder about the significant price increase with just the firesteel addition. I’ve sold a lot of Mora knives over the years, and I can’t really move these particular models very well especially when the same knife is sitting next to it without a firesteel for about $20 less or so.

    Either way, can’t really go wrong with a Mora!

    Thanks.

    • makais September 9, 2013 at 2:11 pm #

      what is your favorite mora?

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