Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade, 4.1-Inch

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Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade, 4.1-Inch

Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade, 4.1-Inch Add to cart

Amazon Price: N/A $14.24 (as of December 14, 2016 12:47 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The Morakniv Companion is an all-in-one knife for outdoor lovers with a patterned, high-friction grip that makes it comfy to hold and simple to deal with. The Companion includes a 4.1-inch (104 mm) blade of solidified Sandvik 12C27 stainless-steel with a three-quarter tang for outside and marine applications where knives are typically exposed to dirt and moisture. Stainless steel knives are less susceptible to rust and oxidization than carbon steels, giving them a longer life overall, plus they preserve edge sharpness for optimal cutting efficiency. The Companion will perform well with camp food preparations, developing tinder, cutting little limbs, and far more. Includes a color-matching sheath with belt clip. General length 8.6 inches (218 mm); Blade length: 4.1 inches (104 mm); Blade density: 0.1 inches (2.5 mm); Weight w/ sheath: 4.1 oz. (116 g). Restricted life time maker's warranty. Made in Sweden.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00EF2RUD4
  • Item model number: M-11827-Parent

Customer Reviews

Razor Sharp Blade under 3.0 oz for backpacking and bike touring. A+

90 people found this helpful.
 on April 8, 2015
By Jacqueline M.
To put it simply, for the money, or even 2-3x the money, you can not beat this knife.

Excellent Quality for the price

151 people found this helpful.
 on January 31, 2012
After doing hours of research on survival/bushcrafts knives it was evident that mora knives were a favorite amongst survivalist and bushcrafters. Dave Canterbury and Cody Lundeen (sp?) don’t have anything bad to see about these knives. And im not saying that based on Dual Survival. Do research on their websites and schools. This knife has EXCELLENT quality for the money. Feels rock solid, grip is very very comfortable. Looks very nice also. Plain and simple but thats why its so appealing. The knife sharpens RAZOR sharp and holds a very nice edge. CAme hair shaving sharp out of the package. Have been using it in day hikes for a few weeks and can’t say anything bad about it. Things you need to know – is it a $100 knife. NO. is it a husky bk2/kabar/gerber/esee chop down trees, split log, etc, etc main survival knife. NO. is it the best companion (no pun intended) for your main survival knife. in my opionion, im 100% satisfied. Every woodsman knows one knife doesn’t do it all. Most carry two. I now carry my Bk2 for heavy duty battoning, chopping, and so on.. and this knife handles all the small jobs so well. I feel thats the best combination. A brute knife, and a knife to handle all the small work like skinning small game and bushcraft. Add this in addition to your main knife, and you’ll be very glad you did. And as i forgot to mention, i got the stainless steel model because i live in new england with some bad wet weather. I use my knives on a daily basis in the backcountry. I sometimes spend a few days at a time in the woods. I’m a fan of high carbon steel but this knife holds are great razor sharp edge without the maitenence. Buy it.

Perfect mid sized cutter

108 people found this helpful.
 on February 29, 2012
By Amazon Customer
I really wanted to give it 5 stars, but there are some minor issues.

This knife is great. I added a paracord wrap to the sheath …

43 people found this helpful.
 on July 14, 2015
This knife is great. I added a paracord wrap to the sheath to give it a little better grip, more versatility, and also because it looks cool. I am going on a backpacking trip this weekend so I will update this review on how the knife performs out in the bush.

I bought moras for myself and people I care about! Our go to knives now!

18 people found this helpful.
 on August 11, 2016
By Amazon Customer
What can I say that hasn’t already been said by so many others about Amazon and Morakniv? I have ordered about 19 knives from Amazon and 18 have been Moras! Mora answered my call for a great all around survival,camping,hiking,fishing/hunting and bbqing knife. They come razor sharp from the factory;sharpen easily with strop or fine stone back to shaving. They are way better than most knives of any price and I would and have already staked my life on them in the bush! When fire and or shelter is a must and you are alone in the bush then your knife can be a lifesaver! I tried them there more than once and rest assured that if it is the only knife I ever carry it is enough for almost every need there. A saw and my mora any of them is sufficient for almost every scenario I have tested. A saw, an ax or hawk and my one or two of my moraknives and I can stay indefinitely assured I have tools to do the tasks I prefer from them. Do yourself and maybe a friend or loved one a favor. Give yourself and them the best quality equipment anywhere for the best price ever! You might even save their life if they are outdoors type people. I also packed my cold steel srk san mai iii for heavier work yet hardly unsheathed it. The mora bushcraft black and mora companion filled my belly with fish and my fire with feathersticks and fine kindling to start the fire for cooking! Ps (I did bring my tent and sleeping bag and pad on my last venture.)

The bright shiny Mora

50 people found this helpful.
 on October 20, 2012
By Golden Boar
The Mil Mora is probably my favorite outdoor utility knife, but I saw the color on this one, loved it, and also wanted to see how the stainless compared. No surprises here except how beautifully bright the orange was. You will not set this down somewhere and have it blend in like the Mil might. The stainless is a bit trickier to sharpen than the carbon, and does not hold the edge as well, but it is stainless. In general, the main reason that I like this knife so much more than the competition is the sheath. That sounds a bit crazy, but I have about 100 knives, and this is the one that I chose to take with me on the longest wilderness trip that I have taken in 10 years. I carry this hooked in my right side front pocket, and the tip of the sheath fits perfectly in the little outside pocket in my REI convertible pants in this carry position. I wore it for a week, constantly except for sleeping, paddling a canoe, wrestling packs out of the canoes, humping the packs and canoe over portages, and schlepping around camp. I never even noticed it being there, except when I wanted it to be in my hand in a second, then it was. I did have my DMT fine/xtrafine Diafold with me, and I used this knife to carve a piece of wood to fit into the end of a bucksaw to keep the saw blades from rattling in the carry position, so after carving I tweaked the edge back to perfection with the xtrafine. This would probably not have been necessary with the carbon version, but I travel with the sharpener when possible, and when I have a knife, so the downside of the stainless is balanced against the less worry about keeping it dry, and on a canoe trip, this was a factor in why this was the knife chosen for the trip.

From Sweden to your door for 15 bucks!

11 people found this helpful.
 on May 19, 2016
By jjmIII
I bought this version of the Companion for its Stainless Steel blade. The Stainless model also gets a thicker blade than the Carbon Steel model (.1 vs .08 thickness). It is a great knife and could easily sell for 2-3x the price. It feels good in your hand. The sheath fits tight and I like its durable plastic construction. For the price its a knife you don’t have to worry about! I will keep it in the door pocket of my truck, but plan to buy another for the Wife to open all her Amazon packages!


49 people found this helpful.
 on September 26, 2012
By Justhefacts
I bought this and the carbon steel version a few months ago (see review). The differences are: the stainless version has a thicker blade, 2.5mm versus the carbon version’s 2mm. The spine on the stainless is polished rather than rough. FYI: stainless steel can’t create sparks when scraped on a firesteel. Since carbon steel can, that version of the Mora was wisely kept rough. The stainless costs about 10% more. And of course, the stainless is resistant to corrosion making it suitable for cutting edibles. And not worrying about rust is a real plus as you can well imagine. It would also be a more suitable fishing knife- saltwater is murder on carbon steel. Other than these things, they’re identical to the eye. Either version is very strong, durable, light and sharp- I’m not kidding, treat this as you would a scalpel. Indeed, an impressively smart and simple tool, there’s just something endearing about it. Buy one version or the other based on their intended purposes. The carbon version has better blade properties (stronger, easier to sharpen, takes a sharper edge and holds it longer), but only by a little. With all that said, if I had to pick between the two it would be the stainless. There are YouTube videos galore on the Mora- some kid torture tests one by stabbing it into a tree, steps on it with both feet and bounces on it. After seeing that I ordered both. If you’re considering one, buy it.

No Complaints

6 people found this helpful.
 on September 14, 2016
By BlueRidge
1. Shaving sharp on arrival

Crazy sharp

21 people found this helpful.
 on December 31, 2013
By germ
I thought my edges where pretty sharp(hair popping) But this thing came literally shaving razor sharp. Taking hair off my arm with no resistance at all, I could shave my face with this thing. Just wanted to put that out there, I just received it in the mail today. So I can’t speak on the quality of the product, but it seems like a well made knife.
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