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Light My Fire Swedish FireKnife with 9.5 cm (3.75 Inch) Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade and Swedish FireSteel Fire Starter


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  • 9.5 cm (3.75-inch) blade of hardened Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel made by Morakniv of Sweden
  • Back of knife blade features grind made especially for use with FireSteel fire starter
  • Swedish FireSteel 2.0 twist-locks into handle
  • Swedish FireSteel is made from a durable magnesium alloy that produces a 3,000°C (5,400°F) spark and even works when wet; last approximately 3,000 strikes
  • Includes sheath with clip
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Product Description

The Swedish FireKnife is the result of a collaboration between well-respected Swedish brands Morakniv and Light My Fire. This is more than just an extremely sharp, flexible and sturdy all-around knife; the handle contains a fire starter. In other words, you can gut and clean a fish, split kindling and light a campfire with one handy tool. The FireKnife has a 9.5 cm (3.75-inch) blade of hardened Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel. Profile grinding makes the blade fine enough ease out splinters and the back of the knife has been ground to work perfectly with the Swedish FireSteel. TPE rubber material on the handle provides a firm grip and the Swedish FireSteel 2.0 Scout fire starter twist-locks into the rear of the handle. The Swedish FireSteel is made from a durable magnesium alloy that produces a 3,000°C (5,400°F) spark and even works when wet. Last approximately 3,000 strikes. To use, 1) Remove paint on new fire-starter with the back of knife. 2) Pull the back edge of the knife slowly and firmly down length of fire-starter. 3) Sparks easily ignite a stove, TinderDust, BBQ, paper, dry grass, birch bark or any other prepared tinder. Includes sheath with clip. Overall length 22.5 cm (8.85 inches), weight 94 g (3.3 ounces). Made in Sweden.

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  • ASIN: B00I9B4P0S
  • Item model number: S-FK-Orange-PARENT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (225 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,746 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Great camping knife.
Brian MacConaghy
This is a very sharp knife right out of the box, super comfortable in the hand, and the fire starter throws a lot of spark.
MM
Very sharp and it fits well in the hand.
Timothy W. Broyer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Alaska Moutian Man on June 7, 2012
Color Name: Orange Verified Purchase
I wanted everyone to know that there will be replacement fire steels available if you loose or wear out the original one that comes with the fire knife. I have been waiting to hear back from light my fire before purchasing. So all those of you who where worried that you would have to buy the whole knife, and not be able to just replace the fire steel... You will not have to. When I have a few miles put on the knife I will give it a proper review. I just wanted to get this info out there. Below is the Email directly from light my fire...

From: Camilla Persson
To:
Sent: Wednesday, June 6, 2012 11:42 PM
Subject: SV: REPLACEMENT FIRE STEEL

Hi Brent,

Thank you for your mail. You will be able to buy replacement firesteel for your FireKnife shortly.
If you tell me where your located, I can ask our distributor in your country
to get back to you with information where to buy.

Friendly Fires,
Camilla Persson
Glowing Administrator of Fire

Adobe Systems
Light My Fire Sweden AB
Västkustvägen 7
211 24 Malmö, SWEDEN
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By AZ_LENSTER on May 15, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I had read and watched a lot of videos on the MORA knives over the years. I have several knives ranging from bowie,combat and survival. They are nice but much larger than the MORA. I have been working on several Bug Out Bags with each one having fire starters and several knives. After using them over the last couple of years Backpacking,camping and fishing I've come to the conclusion that this MORA Light My FireKnive would help eleminate sevaral of the knives I cary as well as the fire starters thus freeing up more space in my backback and reducing weight. There are several videos on the MORAS on Youtbue with great reviews and good info. I have to say that I am very happy with the quality of this knife and the size. It's very lightweight,durable and makes a great spark easily . The grip is very comfortable and the fire striker locks into place on the grip,you don't have to worry about it coming loose. The sheath it comes with can attach to your pants, belt or molle webbing on your back very easily. The only complaint I saw was about the cord lanyard on the fire striker but it's a simple fix just glue the connector together and it wont be an issue. All in all I think for the price this is a great investment for what you get a great knife and fire starter! I have attach a link to one of the Youtube reviews for you. Just copy and paste this in your web browser [...]
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By W. Lambdin VINE VOICE on April 1, 2014
Color Name: Black
I think this is one of the best knives ever made. There is only one reason why people hate Mora knives, and I will discuss that single issue at the end of this review.

First off the steel in the knife was invented in Sweeden. It has a very sharp blade and super edge retention.

This knife also comes with a Light My Fire fire steel inside the handle.

I believe the Mora Fire Knife is an AWESOME Survival knife that is second to none.

You have a Very sharp blade that stays sharp for a long time.

You also have a fire steel that generates 5,400 degree Fahrenheit sparks. The fire steel is good for 3,000-5,000 strikes.

So what's not to love? I keep a More Fire knife in my bug out bag.

So why do so many Bushcrafters hate Mora knives like a red haired step child?

The answer is patently ridiculous in my way of thinking.

They hate Mora knikes because these knives to not have a full tang for strength, and they cannot use the pommel as a hammer to drive tent and tarp stakes into the ground.

This knife has stood up to everything I have thrown at it, including sharpening stakes ( no I have not been hunting vampires.), and batonning fire wood. I have not had any trouble out of this Mora knife.

I would NEVER use the pommel to drive tent and tarp stakes. I always pick up a rock when I need to drive a stake.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jason Bainbridge on December 23, 2013
Color Name: Orange Verified Purchase
Let's face it most of the tools we all have on our multi tools really aren't going to be that useful in a survival situation, this knife only has two tools - the knife blade itself made of quality Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel and a fire steel rated for 3,000 strikes, both of these are extremely useful in a survival situation.

I highly recommend against just buying this (or any other item) and just throwing it in your bug out bag, instead you need to use it and get used to using it so if you ever do need to use it in a survival situation you don't have to go through the learning process in the field. It is fairly straight forward to use in that you twist the fire steel in the handle to remove it and then you slide the back of the knife against the steel to strike a spark, the best way to do this is a little counter-intuitive so takes some time getting used to, instead of sliding the knife along the fire steel you instead want to pull the fire steel against the back of the knife so the knife stays stationary.

It is possible to light natural tinder such as birch bark but it is a lot easier to light using dryer lint (unless you have pets and a lot of pet hair in your dryer lint) or with cotton balls dipped in some vaseline so I would recommend starting with those until you get the technique of throwing the sparks down and then move onto more difficult tinder materials.

The one negative I have with the knife is that the clasp on the strap was not very secure and would often pop open defeating the point of having a strap, a little super glue addressed that issue and the strap now works as intended. I haven't had that issue on other Light My Fire products so hopefully it is something they have since addressed.
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