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Morakniv 11863 Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Carbon Steel Blade, 4.1-Inch, Military Green
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- Fixed blade outdoor knife with 4.1-inch high carbon steel blade
- Limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty; Made in Sweden
- Patterned, high-friction grip makes the knife comfortable to hold and easy to handle
- Blade length: 4.1 inches (104 mm);
- Blade thickness: 0.08 inch (2.0 mm); Overall length: 8.6 inch (218 mm); Weight w/ sheath: 3.9 oz. (110 g)
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Morakniv knives made from high carbon steel achieve high hardness, are exceptionally tough, and combined with the classic Scandi grind are easy to re-sharpen.
The Morakniv Companion MG handle has a patterned, high-friction grip that performs well in wet and cold conditions. The knife sits comfortably in the hand providing greater control, safety and performance.
Includes color-matching, hard plastic sheath to keep the knife secure. Features include a belt clip for convenient carrying and a drain hole.
The Companion MG is a great tool for chopping small limbs, carving and prepping tinder for a fire, or use it to carve tools that can be used within your campsite or for survival.
Easily carve some fresh tinder that will assist with fire starting or create a feather stick that is helpful when starting a fire with damp wood or without tinder.
The Companion MG carves tools for use around the campsite or survival situations, carves and preps tinder for a fire, and can chop small tree limbs.
|Companion Carbon MG||Companion Stainless||Companion Heavy Duty||Companion Rescue||Companion Serrated|
|Blade Length||4.1 inches||4.1 inches||4.1 inches||3.9 inches||4.1 inches|
|Blade Thickness||2.0 mm||2.5 mm||3.2 mm||2.5 mm||2.5 mm|
|Overall Length||8.6 inches||8.6 inches||8.8 inches||8.4 inches||8.6 inches|
|Weight||3.9 ounces||4.1 ounces||4.8 ounces||4.1 ounces||4.1 ounces|
The Morakniv Companion MG is an all-in-one knife for outdoor enthusiasts with a patterned, high-friction grip that makes it comfortable to hold and easy to handle. The Companion MG features a 4.1-inch (104 mm) blade of 1095 carbon steel that reaches a hardness of HRC 58-60. High carbon steels are preferred in applications that demand durability and can be easily re-sharpened when needed. The Companion MG will perform well during high impact usage such as creating tinder or cutting wood. When used in wet applications, the blade should be dried after use to avoid blade corrosion and may exhibit a patina or natural discoloration over time through normal usage. You should also clean and oil your blade regularly especially after it comes in contact with acidic foods like oranges. Includes a military green sheath with belt clip. Overall length: 8.6 inch (218 mm); Blade length: 4.1 inches (104 mm); Blade thickness: 0.08 inch (2.0 mm); Weight w/ sheath: 3.9 oz. (110 g). Limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty. Made in Sweden.
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On a side note if anyone wants to add a little protection against rust to the blade (its debatable how much it actually adds but I guarantee that its better than nothing) you can force a patina on it with apple cider vinegar, or mustard or an apple etc. I used apple cider vinegar over night and put lip balm lines on it the next day and let it sit for a few more hours and I got a very cool looking "tiger shark" pattern on it. Its almost a greyish green color, see the pictures I added. Anyways what an awesome knife.
I actually ordered these as a gift for my brother and to my surprise he already had 2 of these. But the smile on the face was priceless because you can never have enough Morakniv knives. It was so affordable during my time of purchase (10 bucks each!!!) that I bought myself another one. Morakniv is a knife brand that is well known world wide. Used in the military, camping, hiking, famous in the Bushcrafting world and is also a collectors knife.
Pro's: light weight, improve sheath (this knife will not fall out as easily as before), easy to re-sharpen, grip is okay, backbone improved so that you can use it on ferrous rods, VERY AFFORDABLE and COLLECTIBLE
Con's: no gimping, so affordable that I want to buy the whole collection (is that really a con?)
Thanks for the read, if you like my review please hit the Yes button on the bottom so that I know what to review again next time. Thanks --JY
-Good quality High Carbon steel. I believe it is a 1095. Which is a popular and well received steel, and is absolutely wonderful if heat treated proper which these knives are.
-Keeps a sharp edge. I used this thing to carve a walking stick, and a few other items for quite some time. Still had a sharp edge. Not razor sharp, but still very usable durable edge.
-Excellent price. You can buy knives of similar quality for 50+ easily. Not to say you shouldn't get those knives, but if you are on budget, or are looking for an excellent knife to give as a present then these are great.
-Since it is a carbon steel it will rust if you do not oil and maintain it. Though if want to be serious about bushcraft and survival knives you better get used to that because ver few stainless steels are really able to take on the task a carbon steel can.
-It is not full tang; meaning the steel does not go through the whole handle and instead a good 3/4 of the way there. This is why I say light bushcraft. I wouldn't do any heavy batoning with this is basically what I'm saying.
-The sheath will get bent and warped over time with extensive use Main the part that leads up to the belt clip. though this isn't that big of deal since it still works just fine. It's just not as nice as it was brand new.
All in all I love this knife and I find it to be an excellent addition o my collection.
The high carbon steel is sharp out of box and is very easy to bring back to razor sharp when it gets dull. These can do it all from butchering and food prep to wood carving and fire making and they are so cheap that it's really no big deal if you loose it,abuse it, ding up the edge etc..
I mean who cares it was only 15 bucks!
Mora blades have a wedge shaped bevel which as you may or may not know are usually refered to as a "Scandinavian Grind"
This type of wedge shaped blade really excels at wood carving and fire prep.
It will make shavings, feather sticks etc.. Better than any other type of blade I've tried, although it's very lightweight and not a full tang design I have found the mora companion to be totally capable of batoning Through small 1-2 inch thick pieces of wood to make kindling, don't expect to chop through bigger stuff than that and you should be fine, if you want something for splitting bigger pieces of fire wood either get a much heavier blade ( like the mora bushcraft) or even better get a hatchet!
Butchering and food prep are easily done with these knives too but keep in mind that the scandi edge does have a tendency to wander a little especially when slicing vegetables, you probably won't make perfect straight cuts with this like you can with a chefs knife. But who cares when your out camping anyway?
The only modification I made to this blade was to square off the very rough backspine of the blade with a file so that I could use it to strike a ferro rod and actually get sparks from it.
Lastly the sheath with this knife is nothing to write home about, it's plastic, and it does hold the knife...... But that's about all it does.
However there are tons of aftermarket sheaths available for these in leather or kydex or whatever you want, I carry mine in a leather pocket sheath I found on eBay for $15 and it's perfect.
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