Mora Bushcraft Black Carbon Steel

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A new knife in the Bushcraft family with a black, 3.2 mm thick carbon blade, one of the most sturdy knives Mora have ever made.

The carbon steel blade has a black coating which protects against corrosion, and the back of the blade has a sharp edge to it so that it will work on a fire starter.

Mad Dave's review on BushcraftUK says,
"The edge of the spine on this new mora has been finished with a fantastically acute right angle that is just the job for shaving fat hot sparks off your firesteel, something previous moras weren't so good at. Handling the knife is a joy to use with the sure grip of the contoured rubber handle even if wet and the thick sturdy blade inspires confident use when battoning and splitting. The fine edge angle of 27 degrees and a stated hardness of 57HRC makes fine work and carving a pleasure too. A truly versatile tool whether you're making a shelter or cutting up vegetables, the Mora Black Carbon is up to the challenge."

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Manufacturers Product Number 10791

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Work Sharp Guided Field Sharpener

Customer Comment:

I use my tools everyday and I'm not about to get five different japanese whetstones out everytime I need an edge back on my blade so this is perfect for the field.
This is half the price of the benchmade version and exactly the same except a different colour!