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Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Black Tactical Knife with 0.125/4.3-Inch Carbon Steel Blade and Plastic Sheath

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  • Fixed blade knife with 1/8-inch (3.2 mm) thick carbon steel blade with anti-corrosive black coating
  • Blade length: 4.3" (109mm); Blade thickness: 0.125" (3.2mm); Total length: 9.3" (236mm); Weight: 5.7 oz (161g)
  • Ergonomic handle with high-friction rubber grip
  • Black plastic sheath with belt clip
  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty; Made in Sweden
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Product Description

With a razor-sharp, burly 1/8-inch (3.2 mm) thick carbon steel blade treated with a tungsten DLC anti-corrosive black coating, the Mora Bushcraft Carbon Black will be one of the strongest and most dependable knives you will own. The spine of the blade is ridgeground so that it can be used with a fire starter. Mora knives made from high carbon steel achieve high hardness, sharpen easily and are exceptionally tough. High carbon steels are preferred in applications that demand durability and frequent regrinding. The material is harder than stainless steel, allowing it to hold a sharper and more durably acute edge. Mora Knives are made from high-quality carbon steel. The carbon knife steels are characterized by ultra-fine carbides that result in superb forging and hardening properties. The absence of large carbide deposits promotes excellent edge sharpness for optimum cutting performance. Morakniv has been manufacturing the highest-quality knives in Mora, Sweden since 1891. Professionals worldwide trust the quality materials and fine craftsmanship of Mora Knives. Mora knives feature ergonomically-designed handles and employ premium-quality knife steel that is optimally adapted to the task for which the knife is intended.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 1.2 x 1.2 inches ; 8.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Sweden
  • ASIN: B009O01H0Y
  • Item model number: M-10791
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (207 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,958 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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bushcraft knife; mora knife; tactical knife; outdoor knife

Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Black Features

Steel

The Bushcraft Black high carbon steel 1/8 inch (3.2 mm) thick blade is extremely sharp, durable, and is hardened to HRC 56-58 to better withstand stress on the blade when batoning. The black coating helps protects against corrosion. For further corrosion resistance, oil carbon blades after each use.

Spine

The back of the Buschraft Black blade (spine) has been ground especially for use with a fire starter. You can easily ignite a fire by pulling the spine slowly and heavily along a fire starter (not included) to create sparks that can easily light dry grass, leaves, tinder and even your barbecue grill.

Grind

The Bushcraft Black has a scandi grind that prevents the knife from slipping off easily, bites into the surface without getting stuck, is razor sharp and stays sharp for a long time. The blade is relatively thin making it easier to carve yet robust enough for batoning and other demanding outdoor activities.

Handle

The Morakniv Bushcraft Black handle is an over-molded rubber grip that provides great anti-slip performance and works extremely well in wet and cold conditions. It sits comfortably in your hand giving you greater control, safety, and unbeatable performance.

Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Black Functions

Batoning

Batoning is essential for obtaining dry wood inside of logs, or for splitting wood into smaller pieces used for kindling. With its razor sharp edge and robust 1/8 inch (3.2 mm) thick blade, the Bushcraft Black is robust and sharp enough to tackle the toughest of your batoning chores.

Carving

The Bushcraft Black is the ultimate carving tool with its razor sharp edge and balanced handling characteristics. It will allow you to precisely prep tinder, create feather sticks, carve shelter stakes, and process wood for various uses like collecting water or creating camp tools.

Feather stick

A feather stick will help the Bushcrafter with fire starting and is essential when starting a fire with damp wood or without tinder. To create the best performing feather stick you need a knife like the Bushcraft Black that has a razor sharp edge, is lightweight, balanced, and easy to use.

Fire starting

By pulling the specially ground spine of the knife slowly and forcefully down against a fire starter (not included), you can easily light dry grass, leaves, paper, bark and even your favorite gas grill or stove.

Bushcraft Carbon Black Bushcraft Black Tactical Bushcraft Black Serrated Bushcraft Black Serrated Tactical Bushcraft Pathfinder Bushcraft Orange
Steel Type Carbon Carbon Stainless Stainless Carbon Stainless
Blade Length 4.3" 4.3" 4.3" 4.3" 6.7" 4.3"
Blade Thickness 0.125" 0.125" 0.125" 0.125" 0.125" 0.125"
Overall Length 9.1" 9.1" 9.1" 9.1" 11.6" 9.1"
Weight 5.7 oz 5.7 oz 5.7 oz 5.7 oz 8.8 oz 6.1 oz
Sheath Type Plastic MOLLE Plastic MOLLE MOLLE Plastic
Serrated No No Yes Yes No No

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Customer Reviews

Very nice finish on the knife, very comfortable, well balanced.
Glen
The bushcraft black is capable of performing all essential backcountry chores like cutting cordage, field dressing game, splitting wood and preparing feather sticks.
Jerrod
Carbon steel blade holds an edge and is easy to sharpen and has tungsten DLC black coating to help protect against corrosion.
dogbone

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Jerrod on February 16, 2013
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I recently bought this knife and I couldn't be more happy with my purchase. This knife has all the features that I have been looking for in a quality bushcraft knife to go into my daypack. It has a coated carbon steel blade that comes razor sharp like all Mora knives do. Handle is very comfortable in the hand and the rubber coating provides excellent grip in a variety of weather conditions. The spine of the blade has very sharp 90 degree angles that come in handy when working with a fire steel and for scraping tinder. The sheath is simple, durable and functional. The bushcraft black is capable of performing all essential backcountry chores like cutting cordage, field dressing game, splitting wood and preparing feather sticks. This knife is a workhorse. After your brain, your knife is probably the most important tool you can have in the wilderness and this knife is certainly up to the task. The knock on this knife, for some, will be the fact it is only 3/4 tang. I understand and I get it... But I have no doubt this knife would stand up to and perform very well in any reasonable situation you could throw at it. Sometimes we forget what chores a knife is really intended to do. Remember, you are buying a knife and not an axe! I own several Mora knives and this one is my favorite. I recommend this knife without hesitation to anyone looking for a great wilderness knife at an affordable price. Pick one up and you won't be disappointed. Enjoy!
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59 of 73 people found the following review helpful By joshnstuff on July 26, 2013
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Most of us who bought this thing, probably already owned a few Mora's and were excited
to get our hands on a beefier blade. Well....thats exactly what we got.

Definitely Mora's beefiest knife to date. I hate it when people get into specs, so I'm not doing that,
you can look that up yourself.

We finally have a Mora, that I think almost anyone could agree, makes an excellent primary knife.
Honestly, I was perfectly fine using the smaller Moras as my primary and never had any problems,
but it is nice to have this larger, thicker blade. Some people might still bitch about it not being a full tang, but from what I can tell....the tang does extend through most of the handle, which is injection molded plastic that ain't breakin and ain't going anywhere.

Mora put a nice flat spine on this blade that is great for making shavings, striking a ferrocium rod and or striking with flint/quartz.

The sheath is...functional I guess. It comes with 2 attachments, a belt loop and a belt clip. I'm not a fan of the sheath. Mine does not have good retention, its functional, but thats about it. Furthermore, the handle has a rubberized coating, which is comfortable and grippy, but mine is allready wearing simply from pulling the knife out of the sheath. Because of this, my sheath will eventually cease to retain my knife at all, I'm sure. I would have been happy without the rubber coating all together, even if I had to wrap grip tape on the plastic handle.

The biggest downfall is that this knife has the same style handle as their other "bushcraft" knives (except for the 2,000). Its a slightly curved design with a finger choil.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Dispersed Colorado on July 1, 2013
So before I get into the knife itself a little back info... I've been camping all my life but since moving to Colorado 2 years ago I have really got into the bushcraft/survival/backpack/dispersed camping (call it what you will). And since then I have been looking for the perfect knife for me... I started off cheap (as in quality) with a gerber big rock fine edge (40 bucks down the drain)... Then started doin research and found a lot of talk about mora, specifically the clipper/companion (non HD). I bought one and absolutely loved the blade and price but handle not so much but for the price I stuck it out and even bought my girl one (which she loves to cook with btw) and all last summer 2012 had no probs except the handle (I have medium to large hands and it just felt uncomfortable)... So in November I started looking again for this summer and I found the black... And I have to say it struck me, I thought it looked gorgeous and from all the photos I liked the thicker blade, flattened spine, and the handle was more pronounced, so I pounced! Now about the blade (I'm not going to say anything new here that hasn't been said in other reviews but anyways) when I first picked it up I actually loved the new added heft to the knife and the handle felt perfect in the hand, very well balanced as well and as sharp as my other moras I got... I liked the more bushcraft style sheath goin a little more up the handle as well although I'm thinking of making a leather sheath for mine... On the sheath I like the different options for carry but to be honest I wrapped mine in paracord for a dangle loop (preferred) or neck carry if I wanted. Going back to the knife itself... I have taken it on 4 backpacking trips so far this summer (roughly 12 days of use) and boy does it work well...Read more ›
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38 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Hard Core Camper on February 17, 2013
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INITIAL IMPRESSIONS: Search YouTube on "Mora Black" ... Let me first say that I subtracted one star for price (~$40 US) which barely competes with other fine options, such as the Ka-Bar USN Mark-1 and the Condor Bushlore. That said, this Mora Black DOES present a unique option because it is the LIGHTEST SYSTEM which is (both) truly robust enough, for both Bushcraft and Survival *AND* also strikes a perfect balance between the size requirements that both Bushcraft AND Survival REQUIRE.
Even though it is somewhat over-priced, for what it is, This system (knife and sheath) will not break the bank, as the $40 price point also includes delivery.
The handle ergonomics and safety features are "as good as it gets" in the industry and are the best that Mora has ever offered on any of THEIR products. Reverse grip and side grip will provide equal comfort and safety, as well.
Special attention has been given to the finish of the spine, which is precisely squared-off, for throwing sparks with a fire-steel and downward thumb pressure (on the spine) is sure and comfortable, despite the sharper edges. it really is a crime that Mora has not given any attention to improving the utility and the versatility of the sheath. It would have been SO simple to provide a carrier for a STANDARD LMF ARMY FIRE-STEEL and to provide some lashing holes and basic MOLLE compatibility ... NO SUCH LUCK (yet) ! ... THOSE FEW "PLASTIC" FEATURES WOULD HAVE MADE THE $40 price TOTALLY worthwhile.
The steel is 1095 High Carbon with a protective finish (guess what color). The finish is slick and smooth as glass (not thick textured paint and not powder-coat).
The tang is likely 3/4 length and at least as stout as the previous Bushcraft Line (I have not seen X-Rays, as yet ...
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