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Kamrat Companion Knife Snakeskin Micarta

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Kamrat Knife Snakeskin 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. Good , but could be better . 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Nov 2020

    Would be better/sharper with a pure scandi grind instead of the micro bevel. The thinness is great as is the 90degree spine. The handle is too slick .

  2. For me, the best 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Dec 2019

    After years' and (I'll be honest here) thousands of dollars' worth of experimentation, I do now know what is, if not my favorite knife, at least my favorite kind of knife, the best knife for me (which means bushcrafting and solo hiking). The spec sheet, basically.

    It's a knife with a continuous curve, Scandi grind, full-tang, high-carbon, sharp-spined, palm-sized blade and a neutral handle that is suitable for either belt or neck carry. (Not much different from Mors' recipe from decacades ago... I am just adding a few touch points).

    I have three knives that meet those specs. Of those, this is the nicest.


    One thing I really appreciate... I have long said that the "sharp spine" shouldn't begin immediately in front of the handle. That part should be rounded, because your thumb spends a lot of time there.

    On this knife, there is a clear effort to start the sharp part of the sharpened spine a half inch or so (the right distance) away from the handle. On my Kamrat, that half inch isn't as rounded as it needs to be (it's just not extra sharpened), and I and my Dremel will take steps to rectify, but I am glad to see this baby step. (Hey L.T., Ben, Jason! That little bit, that half inch... That should be proactively rounded and smoothed in the workshop!)

  3. Excellent Knife! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Jun 2018

    This small knife does exactly what you would expect. Carve deadfall traps, friction fire sets and basic camp chores. It's a great size for a necker and performs as expected.

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