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Kamrat Companion Knife Green Micarta

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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. I'm an Axe man.... and this is my Knife! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Apr 2022

    I wouldn't use the Kamrat as my only tool going to the woods, though I could do most everything with it. I almost always have an axe or hatchet with me which I prefer to use when processing firewood, large timber projects, etc. And with the larger tool this knife is absolutely perfect for all the carving, detailing, and bushcraft/hunting/fishing tasks.

  2. Best handle for comfort 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Dec 2020

    I was so impressed with Lagom I wanted the pair.
    Depending on project or needs - I utilize both.

  3. Great small knife 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Feb 2020

    This is a great companion knife used along with a larger knife. It definitely can do a wide variety of things very well.

  4. Kamrat Bushcraft design you can count on! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Sep 2019

    I was fortunate to win this knife in a drawing at the Global Bushcraft Symposium 2019. It has been three months and I have used it extensively to build shelters, prepare hunting blinds, process mushrooms for amadou and many other bushcraft related tasks. It is my opinion it has lived up to Mors Kochanski's vision of what a bushcraft knife should be. It has exceeded any expectations I had.

  5. They got it right with this one! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Aug 2019

    As much as I like the Lagom, the Kamrat is even better. The palm swell, not only side to side but top to bottom on the handle, along with the taper front and back are perfect.

    Its very comfortable in the hand. The blade length is perfect, meeting Mors Kochanski's four finger length recommendation. The thin blade makes great shavings. The Kamrat will easily handle pretty much anything I need done on most outings.

  6. 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.

  7. 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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