|Item Weight||3.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 2.4 x 8.7 inches|
|Item model number||380270|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Loose; Overall Length: 209mm|
|Manufacturer Part Number||380270|
Hultafors 380270 OK4 Outdoor Knife
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- The cutting edge has a scandi grind for superior sharpness and is easy to re-sharpen
- The handle is made from super-durable PP plastic and fitted with a santoprene friction grip
- Length: 8,2 inch
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A durable outdoor knife with friction grip suitable for though tasks in the field. The hard wearing textile belt loop allows up to 3,15 inch wide belts and is equipped with a pocket for a fire Starter. The blade has a scandi grind and is made from Japanese knife steel, 3.0 mm carbon steel that has been hardened to 58–60 HRC and has a rust protective electrophoretic deposition coating to withstand corrosion. The grinded spine of the blade is designed for starting a fire with a fire Starter. The cutting edge has a scandi grind for superior sharpness and is easy to re-sharpen. A protective electrophoretic deposition coating (epd) for best rust protection. The handle is made from super-durable PP plastic and fitted with a neoprene friction grip. A long tang makes the knife very durable. The textile belt loop allows up to 3,15 inch wide belts and is equipped with a pocket for a fire Starter. It is also detachable if you want to attach the holster to the button on your work clothes. Grinded spine for use of fire Starter and scale engraved on blade is optimized for outdoor usage.
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The only things I can complain about is that my steel has got too thin to be held in the loop on the sheath and fell out in the woods. Luckily my fellow campers had matches so we were all right to make a fire.
The other thing is that the washer has pulled out of the belt loop and I will have to occasionally push it back through.
I like the handle, love the blade, though it wasn't all that sharp from factory.
I like this knife because it was $23.82 and it is a performer and it is strong and simple.
It also came with a firesteel, which was a total surprise, as it said nothing about this in the description. If you look at the 2nd pic, you can see there is a nylon tube on the bottom of the sheath. That is where the firesteel slides in and stays (somewhat).
This thing will throw sparks too. Very sparky!
The sheath is simple and effective. It's also weird and not all that simple now that I think of it. It has a weird snap together cordura sleeve that affixes with a snap-in getup and I honestly don't get it. The Mora has a superior sheath - super simple and effective. This one is too complicated and I have no idea why. But it holds the knife real well.
The Mora has a thicker blade, and is polished very nicely and was sharper out of the box. But this one has a deeper blade and seems more ready for business. This is a tool for me and not for display.
If I were you, I would get both. The Mora was also $5 cheaper. Both are excellent and will probably never fail.
BLADE ---4 1/2 stars
SHEATH ---4 stars
PRICE ---5 stars
OVERALL ---5 stars easily