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Morakniv Classic No 2 Wood Handle Utility Knife with Carbon Steel Blade, 4.2-Inch

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  • Traditional craft/utility knife with carbon steel blade
  • Red ochre birch handle
  • Plastic sheath with a belt clip
  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Blade Thickness: 0.08" (2.0 mm), Blade Length: 4.2" (106 mm), Total Length: 8.3" (210 mm), Weight: 3 oz. (86g)
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Product Description

Morakniv Classic series of knives, developed by Mora of Sweden for over a century, have been proven reliable by generations of carpenters and wood carvers. The Classic No 2 features a 4.2-inch carbon steel blade and red birch wood handle. 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. 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. Sheath included.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 1.2 x 1 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Sweden
  • ASIN: B004D6H1WC
  • Item model number: M-1-0002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (341 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,773 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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This knife is razor sharp and very sturdy.
Ethan A. Hunt
I think it’ll be a great all-around utility knife for camping or chores around the house.
Noel
I love the razor sharp blade that's easy to sharpen when it loses its edge.
RS

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118 of 122 people found the following review helpful By A. Howard on September 20, 2011
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How can I describe the Mora #2... Unexpected, understated, inexpensive...elegantly minimalist even. It turned everything I thought I knew about what made a great knife and turned it on its ear. It made me turn a critical eye on all of the less effective knives I spent so much more money on before I found it. The scandi grind and quality of the blade steel make it durable, tough and so easy to sharpen that anyone could do it. The profile, length, balance, grind depth and simplistic handle make it perfect for nearly every cutting chore and grip style that you could possibly use. The #2 Classic was also my introduction to scandi-style knives and though I now own nearly a dozen from various brands (Helle, Kellam, Ahti, Roselli, etc), the #2 still manages to win out when I reach for a blade to do some actual work. It even beats out the laminated version of itself that I bought for three times as much! Think maybe it's called "classic" for a reason... In any case, it cuts, deeply, every single time I need it to. Nuff said.

Couple of other points about the knife and my own recommended mods:

* 3/4 stick-type tang (hammer a large steel domed thumb tack into the butt-end for a decent hammer pommel.
* A blade of UHB-20C heat treated carbon steel (the Swedish equivalent of 1095) which Rockwell tests out at 58-59. Very hard and chip-resistant.
* No guard. (Apparently in Sweden, guards are for kids and sissies). After you learn to use the knife without it, the lack really won't bother or worry you much. Wouldn't use it for gutting or skinning animals when hunting though. (Animal bits is slippery and even non-sissies should know when to guard up).
* A red stained birch wood handle w/a nickel-steel bolster.
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97 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Brandogrey on March 21, 2011
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I just got my Mora #2... love it. Razor sharp, strong handle, case is plastic, but very serviceable. I used it to cut the bottoms out of two large plastic buckets (making bongo drums...). I wouldn't have gotten the same result from my Gerber, there's no way. It was really thick plastic with little knobby notches that I had to really bear down on to penetrate. My Gerber gets dull if the wind blows on it too hard, and is really difficult to sharpen. The Mora knife sliced through them like butter... the blade was actually warm to the touch from the friction of cutting these things, but lo and behold - and true to every other review I've read on this knife - it was still sharp enough to slice ribbons off a sheet of receipt paper... just as sharp as when I first unsheathed it. Wow. That's a blade. I'll never buy another brand of knife. Swedish steel... nothing like it.
UPDATE... THREE MONTH'S LATER
I finally got around to sharpening my Mora knife. The knife is not at all dull, I just decided that I needed to get used to sharpening it before my upcoming camping trip. I don't know if you've ever felt frustrated trying to sharpen a below-average knife... but it is often difficult to get a good edge that lasts on these knives with beveled edges. I compare this Mora knife to the Gerber (stainless steel) camping knife I was using. There is absolutely no comparison. It's like comparing a butter knife to a samurai sword. This knife was EVEN SHARPER than when I first got it after spending FIVE minutes sharpening it. The Scandinavian grind on this blade is so simple to sharpen. Just lay the knife flat against the stone, lift it up slightly to where the grind is flat against the stone... and push the blade. I was slicing receipt paper into tiny slivers...
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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By CoyoteCraft on April 7, 2012
If you are on the fence about Mora Knives, especially the Classic, then this is a review for you. A lot of people talk up Mora knives and there's good reasons why we do. Personally, I would trust my life with this knife... and actually, I have trusted my life with this knife.

First, lets look at the features and why they equate to a great bushcraft knife.

* The blade is made of High Carbon steel with a blade edge heat treat of 58-60 rockwell. This means that the cutting edge is hard, not too hard to sharpen, but retains an edge well for a long time. If you aren't a believer in high carbon steel, read some books about the frontiersman of the United States and their preferred carry knives.

* The edge has a Scandinavian grind. This means unlike many/most knives out there on the market today, there isn't a secondary grind angle at the edge. Field sharpening a Scandi grind is quite simple in the field. It can be done off a rock if you don't have a good stone with you. Getting a razor edge is quite easy and doesn't require years of practice or fancy tools to keep the angle correct. Simply hold the knife flat against the grind and move it across the stone. Done.

* Rat tail type tang. Many people debate about this. While I have never broken a Mora since I've been using them.. for 16 years now, some people point out that a 3/4 tang is not as strong as a full tang. My personal experience and opinion is that as long as you are using the knife for a knife's intended purpose, there isn't going to be a problem...ever. However, if you believe that you need a 'knife' to baton a 12" log, then perhaps you might want to go back to reading books about the proper tool for the job. I regularly baton 3" logs with my Mora no problem.
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