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Kamrat Companion Knife Green Micarta

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0.80 LBS
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Product Description

Kamrat Knife Green Micarta


3/32" O1 Tool Steel.


7 3/8" overall


3 1/4" x 3/4" blade.


Scandi Grind to Zero


JRE Leather Sheath Sized For Deep Secure Carry.

We recommend using the lanyard and a twisting motion to unsheathe.


Kamrat is the Swedish term for companion.

This is a smaller, lighter, thinner version of our popular Lagom Bush Knife. This Kamrat makes a great neck knife and for edc in the bush.


This sized knife is extremely handy for everyday chores, carving, food prep etc.

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Product Reviews

  1. Perfectly Sized outdoors EDC blade 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Jul 2018

    I bought this knife in hopes that it would be a beefed-up version of my all-time favorite Mora Classic 2.0. It did not disappoint. It's is easily as nimble as the Mora for carving and a host of other tasks, but with a full-tang and an overall build quality that cannot be beat. Being that it was made in the USA by L.T. Wright knives, that wasn't a surprise at all.

    This knife would integrate perfectly into a bushcraft or survival kit, and would also be great as a companion to a larger blade if the journey warranted it.

    In comparison to the Lagom Bush Knife, which I also own, The Kamrat is definitely a different blade than the lagom. It is surprisingly smaller, even more nimble for intricate tasks and has a completely different feel. If you have been looking for a small do-it-all blade, this is definitely the one. If you want it as a single lightweight, but bulletproof blade for your kit, it will be perfect for 99% of your needs. If you want it as a second blade to go with another larger one, it will be great for that too, but I suspect the Kamrat will be the one you reach for 90% of the time.

  2. Kamrat (L.T. Wright) 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Mar 2018

    This knife is designed for most of your wood-skills and is a great "companion" to a larger knife or tool. The 3/32nds sharpened spine makes for a better slicer and bushcraft camp tasks.

    I have med/lg hands (9cm palm) and it feels very good and I prefer this simple palm swell with no finger guard.

    I have other knives to use if I want to whack or baton wood. If you are a Mors fan, you might have heard him talk about his opinions in knives and it is evident in this knife design.

    I am going to use this as a neck knife where I think it will excel. Also consider the Lagom model which is slightly larger (1/8TH spine).

    I give it 5 stars because it does everything I need it to do.

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