Mora Morakniv knivesWith strong and proud Swedish roots, the Mora Morakniv range of knives has an impressively large following around the world. These fine knives are found in hundreds of thousands of homes, workshops and survival kits of millions of people. These hugely popular belt knives started out as every day all purpose knives in Scandinavia for many long years. Carpenters and other hobbyists used them as well as being found in kitchens and homes for a wide range of uses. Since then, they have been used in the art of bushcraft, and have found considerable favor among bushcraft enthusiasts due to their simple and no fuss construction, and thankfully low price ranges. TV bushcraft presenters such as Ray Mears recommend the Mora Morakniv knives so there must be something good in them. In years gone by, traditionally made Mora knives (the Swedish equivalent is Morakniv) would have been made by using three slabs of steel and then forging them together. The center piece of steel would be a tougher grade such as crucible steel, with softer steels on the outsides, so that they can be sharpened, and then the strength would be in the core of the knife. This traditional steel forging method dates right back to medieval times when swordsmiths went about their activities. These days, you will find two distinct styles of mora knife – a synthetic handled version and then the traditionally designed classic styled knives. These Mora Morakniv knives are made out of either stainless steel, high carbon steel and then a laminated steel by Mora of Sweden. Over the years the knives would have been made by either KJ Eriksson or Frosts Knivfabrik. In 2008 the two companies became one and now operate under the name Mora of Sweden. You can pronounce the name more by saying it with a long o, for example: moo-ra. If you are looking for something exciting and different then have no fear in exploring the extremely well made knives by Mora Morakniv. They make for a really great alternative to what is normally on offer out there – so feel free to take the plunge and explore the items we stock below.
|Part Description||Quantity Avail.||Price|
|Mora Morakniv Craftline Allround Knife - FT746||1||$14.75|
|Mora Morakniv Craftline Allround Knife - FT731||1||$21.95|
|Mora Morakniv Craftline Allround Knife - FT711||1||$14.03|
|Mora Morakniv Classic 612 Knife FT612|
FOS Classic 612 Morakniv Classic. 8 1/2 overall. 4 1/8" carbon steel blade. Red wood handles with steel finger guard. Black plastic sheath. Bulk packed."
|Mora Morakniv Classic 601 Knife FT601|
FOS Morakniv Classic 601. Morakniv Classic. 8 overall. 3 7/8" carbon steel blade. Red wood handle with steel guard. Black plastic sheath. Bulk packed."
|Mora Morakniv Fixed Blade - FT546||1||$13.31|
|Morakniv Mora Red FT511 Fixed Blade Knife|
How many of you like a good quality knife that has been made in Sweden? This is the Mora Morakniv FT511 fixed blade knife in Red, compete with sturdy Black molded protective sheath.
|Mora Morakniv Morakniv 2000 - FT2000|
FOS Morakniv 2000. 9 1/8 overall. 4 1/2" stainless blade. Olive green textured rubber handle with OD green composition trim. OD green plastic sheath. Bulk packed."
|Mora Morakniv Craftline Installer Knife - FT11403|
MOR Craftline Installer Knife. 6 1/4 overall. 1 3/4" stainless blade. Black textured rubber handle with yellow trim. Translucent plastic belt sheath with drain hole."
|Mora Morakniv Craftline Rope Knife - FT11392|
MOR Craftline Rope Knife. 8 1/2 overall. 4" stainless partially serrated blade. Black textured rubber handle with orange trim. Translucent plastic belt sheath with drain hole."
|Mora Morakniv Classic Number 3 Knife FT0003|
For fans of Mora Morakniv knives, this is the Mora Classic Number 3 knife, model number FT0003. A handsome looking knife with wood handle and Black matching leather sheath. Swedish expertise and a finely crafted finish make this a truly superb looking knife.
|Mora Morakniv Classic Number 2 Knife FT0002||1||$19.79|
|Mora Morakniv Classic Number 1 Knife FT0001||1||$17.63|