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Mora Bushcraft Black Carbon

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0.40 LBS
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Product Description

New Bushcraft Series from Mora of Sweden

Bushcraft Black Carbon

4.35" Carbon steel blade 3/4" wide 1/8" thick

Black colored grip with mg green bolsters and black sheath.

Rubber bushcraft style swivel belt loop

Razor sharp made in Sweden.

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  1. First Mora! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Feb 2014

    The Mora Bushcraft Black Carbon is my first Mora knife and I wasn't completely sure what to expect. What I received more than exceeded my expectations.

    This knife is very high quality and comfortable to hold. I am pleased by the balance between robustness and cutting ability. The blade isn't too thick, so it cuts well, but it isn't too thin, so it can be used for more challenging tasks.

    So far I've done some feather sticking with it and it has held its extremely sharp edge that it came out of the box with.

    This knife from Mora and the service from Ben's has been stellar!

  2. Great Product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Apr 2013

    The knife came very fast as the company is located in my home state of MI. It is great to get a chance to support companies in state, and I will be recomending it to others.
    Despite the knife not being a full tang it is very comfortable and well balanced. It produces very little wrist strain when carving for long periods. The best part of all is the value the quality is way beyond price. After using this I'm very suprised that it does not cost more. Great product from a great company.

  3. Its a worker! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Apr 2013

    The knife came with a dull (for a Mora) edge; it took some work but now its hair popping sharp. Its blade heavy; I didn't like the balance at first, but after using it a few days it feels pretty good.

    I've used it to baton some ash and apple and it did great; I used it to tap a birch by hammering it into the tree tip first, no problem. Sap got on the rubber handle and the grip was still secure when wet.

    Its not the Mora I would pick for carving spoons or food prep, but its keeping pace with my usual go-to woods knife that has a thicker convex edge and cost four times more.

    As much as I love my other Moras, this is the first one that I've had that I'd feel comfortable taking into the woods without having a hatchet along.

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