Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Carbon Steel Blade, Military Green, 4.1-Inch

Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Carbon Steel Blade, Military Green, 4.1-Inch

The Mora Companion is the all-in-one knife for outdoor enthusiasts. A patterned, high-friction grip makes this well-balanced knife easy to handle. The MG Carbon features a 4.1-inch high carbon steel blade that achieves high hardness, sharpens easily and is exceptionally tough. High carbon steels are preferred in applications that demand durability and frequent regrinding. The material is harder than stainless steel, allowing it to hold a sharper and more durably acute edge. Mora Knives are made from high-quality Sandvik steel. Sandvik knife steels are characterized by ultra-fine carbides that result in superb forging and hardening properties. The absence of large carbide deposits promotes excellent edge sharpness for optimum cutting performance. Morakniv has been manufacturing the highest-quality knives in Mora, Sweden since 1891. Professionals worldwide trust the quality materials and fine craftsmanship of Mora Knives. Mora knives feature ergonomically-designed handles and employ premium-quality knife steel that is optimally adapted to the task for which the knife is intended.

Product Features

  • Fixed blade outdoor knife with 4.1-inch carbon steel blade
  • Blade Thickness: 0.10″ (2.5 mm), Blade Length: 4.1″ (104 mm), Total Length: 8.6″ (219mm), Net Weight: 4.1 oz. (116g)
  • Patterned, high-friction grip
  • Plastic sheath with belt clip
  • 1-year manufacturer’s warranty

2 thoughts on “Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Carbon Steel Blade, Military Green, 4.1-Inch

  1. ttowncrimefighter
    ttowncrimefighter says:

    A truly functional tool and amazing value Several years ago, I purchased a couple of these knives from an online/catalog retailer marketing them as Swiss Military surplus knives. I knew very little about them at the time. I only purchased them because they were CHEAP and when I say cheap, I mean about $7/each. I never even really used them initially. They sat in the garage with other camping and hunting gear and when I went to deer camp I always carried my ol trusted kershaw knives for dressing game and camp chores. It wasn’t until I purchased a new home. Approximately 4 years ago, I purchased a new home which was in serious need of a remodel. I started with the floors. The dogs and/or cats (or other creatures) of the previous occupants had thoroughly destroyed the carpet and padding. The length or width of every room in the house was divisible by three feet so I set about cutting the carpet and padding in every room into three foot wide strips. The first strip I cut with my trusty utility knife broke the disposable razor blade. I went to the garage to fetch another and found that I was out of blades. I looked around my tools and came across one of the forgotten Mora knives. I pulled it from it’s plastic sheath and checked the edge. It seemed sharp enough to cut carpet and was cheap enough that I figured if it was destroyed in the process it wouldn’t be a great loss. I set about cutting the carpet. By the time I was finished, the little knife had cut through about 300 feet of filthy, sand filled carpet and an equal amount of even dirtier padding. It was still pretty sharp. The knife then took a place on my hip and during the 3-4 months I spent remodeling the house it was used for everything from cutting drywall to trimming molding. I didn’t sharpen it more than a couple of times during all of this and it stayed sharp and strong. I’ve pryed paint lids. I’ve trimmed boards. It is responsible for a good deal of work that was done on my home getting completed. It has since been used as an additional fillet knife when cleaning crappie and catfish, although it isn’t perfect for the task, it does work. It’s been used to cape out and butcher several deer. The process used in producing such a wonderful blade is quite impressive and I suggest anyone interested in buying one of these or who just has an interest in knives look around online and read about how the Swedish Mora knives were and still are produced. I’ve never been more impressed with a knife and I’ve got a pretty extensive collection of some pretty nice knives. It is as high of quality or more so than many much more expensive knives. It holds an edge extremely well and isn’t hard to sharpen (although most of the time I just use my trusty little pull-through style sharpener as it is much easier on the go or in the middle of a task). This is a working tool for folks who have a job to get done with a knife. It isn’t really pretty but it’s functional, reliable and rugged and it fits nicely in your hand. Buy one, you won’t be disappointed.

  2. Duncan

    Awesome knife; cheap price! So I have used and abused this knife now for about 3 solid weeks! I’ve processed wood, gutted some small game, carved wooden birthday gifts with it, cut open over 50 bags of quickrete cement mix, cut down several cardboard boxes, and it still holds a pretty sharp edge. After each days worth of hard work, I simply greased it down with a little gun oil, wiped it off, and put it back in its sheath. I have used this knife in just about every environment – from the blazing heat of the Mojave desert, to the beautiful redwoods of northern California, to the frigid parts of Canada, and then some! As long as you take proper care of this knife after each use, it’ll last you a good long while!I don’t prefer the sheath too much, but it has served me well thus far and is still in pretty decent condition. I must say that I prefer this sheath over the older sheaths simply for the fact that I can actually put it on my belt without feeling I have to stick a thread through an eye of a needle.Overall, I love this knife and it didn’t cost me a fortune! I’ve tucked away all my other knives since receiving this one. I would suggest this knife to anyone who is much an adventurer as I am or even for the general “Joe” who has get some things “cut up” – this is definitely a great cutting tool and is certainly worth every penny and a bag of cookies. Hope you get to enjoy this as much as I have!

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