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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- Fixed blade knife with hardened Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade made by Morakniv of Sweden and high-friction, anti-slip TPE rubber handle
- Includes Swedish FireSteel fire starter that twist-locks into handle; spine of the blade is ground especially for use with a fire starter
- Swedish FireSteel is made from a magnesium alloy that produces a 3,000 degree C (5,400 F) spark; works when wet and lasts approximately 3,000 strikes
- Blade length: 3.75 inches (95 mm); blade thickness: 0.07 inches (1.9 mm); total length: 8.5 inches (215 mm); weight w/ sheath: 3.4 oz. (94 g)
- Color-matching plastic sheath with belt clip; 1-year manufacturer's warranty
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Integrated Fire Starter
The included Swedish FireSteel fire starter, with up to 3,000 strikes, twist-locks securely into the handle of the Swedish FireKnife and is conveniently accessible when you need it.
The back of the Swedish FireKnife blade (spine) has been ground especially for use with a fire starter. You can easily ignite a fire with the fire starter to create sparks that can easily light dry grass, leaves, tinder and even your barbecue grill.
The Swedish FireKnife blade has a special profile-ground tip that allows it to carve thin slices and perform the most delicate camp food preparation all while being robust enough for the toughest camp chores.
Made of hardened stainless steel Sandvik 12C27 (HRC 56-58) for extreme strength, long life, as well as a high resistance to moisture without rusting. Stainless steel stays sharp much longer than carbon steel and is far less sensitive to rust. To further avoid corrosion, clean the blade regularly.
By pulling the specially ground spine of the Swedish FireKnife slowly and forcefully down against the included fire starter, you can easily light dry grass, leaves, paper, bark and even your favorite gas grill or stove.
Easily carve some fresh tinder that will assist with fire starting or create a feather stick that is essential when starting a fire with damp wood or without tinder.
The Swedish FireKnife will allow you to precisely prep tinder, create feather sticks, carve shelter stakes, cut small tree limbs, and process wood for various uses like creating camp tools.
The profile-grounded tip of the blade carves thin slices and performs the most delicate camp food preparation.
|Blade Length||3.75 inches|
|Item Dimensions||1.5 x 1.77 x 8.86 inches|
|Item Weight||0.21 pounds|
|Model Name||Light My Fire - Swedish FireKnife w-Firesteel - Black|
|Shipping Weight||0.4 pounds|
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A colorful outdoor knife with Swedish FireSteel fire starter. The Light My Fire Swedish FireKnife is a collaboration between Light My Fire and Mora of Sweden. Mora has made top-notch knives for 120 years. But this is more than just an extremely sharp, flexible, and sturdy all-around knife: the handle contains a fire starter. Gut and clean a fish, split kindling, and light a campfire with one single handy tool. Swedish FireSteel firestarter works equally well when wet, performs at all altitudes, and produces a 3,000 degree C (5,400 degree F) spark. Dimensions: 8.9 x 1.8 x 1.5 inches (22.5 cm x 4.5 cm x 3.8 cm); blade length: 3.9 inches (10 cm). Weight: 3.4 oz. (94 g).
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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.
Update!! I've made 4 fires using this flint/knife combo on 2 weekend trips and I'm still loving this combo!! Blade is holding an edge pretty good too! This knife is unground on top of blade for a reason, to work with the flint without using the blade. I'm impressed with that fact.
The fire starter in the handle works just fine. There is a nice edge on the back of the knife designed to work with the fire steel and so it throws a considerable shower of sparks. I've used it to light fires, light my cookstove, etc. It twist-locks into the handle securely. You aren't going to lose the fire starter because it fell out of the handle.
Mora knives are high quality and this is no exception. It is stainless steel so maintenance is a bit easier than with a carbon steel knife.
The sheath locks the knife in securely, and I like that it is bright orange so it is unlikely to get lost in the woods or down inside your pack.
I don't like that the sheath isn't reversible - I'm a lefty and so if I wanted to wear this knife, it would either be backwards or on the wrong side. A minor inconvenience for a utility knife like this.
I see this as an inexpensive, high quality companion knife to a larger blade, saw or axe if I have to do more serious work like batoning wood, chopping, etc. while out in the woods. Although I suppose it could be pressed into that role in an emergency, the blade isn't that long and it really isn't designed for that kind of work. It is more the knife you use for cutting paracord, light wood working, etc.