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Morakniv 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|
|Item Dimensions||1.4 x 1.9 x 9.1 inches|
|Item Display Weight||5 ounces|
|Item Weight||0.25 pounds|
|Material Type||Plastic, steel|
|Model Name||Companion MG Carbon|
|Shipping Weight||0.26 pounds|
|Style Name||Fixed Blade Knives|
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.
It will discolor when cleaning fish. I don't mind a little patina. As long as you don't have visible rust discoloration is fine. No rust on either of my Mora's by the way.
I bought mine here on Amazon for $12. That's right $12. Initially you know you think it's a $12 knife how good could it really be, I'll probably break it or throw it away in a week. Definitely not the case here, this is a very high quality, reasonably priced knife that you can have and keep just about anywhere, throw it in the truck, your bag, the shed, garage, wherever. One of my best purchases on Amazon to date, I highly recommend it, and any other Mora products. Because its carbon steel, Keep a little oil on it over long periods of non use and it'll last you for years.
MAINTENANCE is the key with these carbon blades. I can't stress enough the need to oil the blade periodically, especially if it gets wet or you live near salt water (the description is up-front about this). Mineral oil is a cheap, safe way to go. Since one of my blades became horribly rusted and looked "pitted" after I sanded it I use baby oil on all my Morakniv's at a regular interval. It takes almost no time or money and now I have no such issues!
I have nine-inch span hands. The handle fit just right. The knife is light and well-balanced.
The hard plastic sheath isn't much to look at, but it holds the knife securely, even with my preferred upside-down neck lanyard carry. (I drilled a small hole in the tip of the sheath and ran para through it)
I wouldn't regularly baton with this knife, as the blade is a bit thinner. But I have, and it will -- the blade is quite stiff. For skinning, carving, processing kindling, all my cordage work, it's an absolute joy to carry and use. I've already bought another Mora, another carbon bladed job with a utility-type handle for my 12-year old son.
While the blade is carbon steel, holding and taking that excellent edge, it WILL NOT strike a spark off ferro. The spine is a touch too rounded. No big deal for me.
All in all, tremendously pleased with the Mora line. Can't miss with this knife.