Morakniv Bushcraft Forest Knife - Straight Edge, Fixed Blade
About Morakniv Bushcraft Forest Knife - Straight Edge, Fixed Blade
Closeouts. Morakniv's Bushcraft Forest knife is a lightweight and highly versatile fixed blade knife that's ideal for marine, fishing, outdoor and construction applications.
Specs about Morakniv Bushcraft Forest Knife - Straight Edge, Fixed Blade
- Knife style: Fixed
- Blade shape: Drop point
- Edge type: Plain
- Blade length: 4-1/4"
- Number of blades: 1
- Overall length: 9-1/4"
- Blade steel: Stainless steel
- Handle material: Rubber
- Weight: 3.4 oz.
- Sheath: Composite
- Made in Sweden
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Great knifeVerified Buyer Reviewed by T. King from Ohio on Wednesday, July 11, 2018I bought this knife for an upcoming fishing excursion. Plan to have it on my waist at all times. The belt loop and ability to swivel will assure comfort while on my hip in all kinds of positions. Love that they also include a belt clip for times I'm not wearing a belt to put through the loop attachment. The handle feels great in hand and you can tell it is a quality blade. Very happy with the knife at this price point.
KnifeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Mogeezy from California on Thursday, June 21, 2018Sharp light weight nice sheath. I use for backpacking
Interesting and well-madeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Jumar from Atlanat on Wednesday, May 9, 2018Quite sharp and cleverly designed. Everything fits snugly. Ugly color, but I knew that when I ordered it.
Wont breakVerified Buyer Reviewed by BigJer from Directly over the center of the earth! on Thursday, January 19, 2017Have been throwing it at a tree all day. Has not broken.
Great Camping KnifeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Jetdoctor from Seattle on Monday, July 20, 2015I like the grind of this knife better than the standard Morakniv Scandi grind. There is more belly in the front and it is thinner towards the tip. This makes the knife better for slicing and preparing food. It also has the most comfortable handle of any of my Moras. Stainless Moras do not rust if used on food, but tend to roll the edges if used for heavy wood work/batoning. The carbon Bushcraft knife would probably be better if that is your desire. I plan on carrying this knife backpacking as it is a full sized knife which weighs the same as most smaller folders. It could be pressed into wood processing, but that is best left to a larger knife or hatchet.
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