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Mora Bushcraft Survival knife, fire starter and sharpener - Orange

Reference : MO-10-04

The Bushcraft Survival is a knife from the Swedish brand Morakniv. As its name suggests, it is designed for lovers of bushcraft or even bivouacking.

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The reputation of Mora knives is well established. The Swedish brand offers quality knives and daggers, including the orange Bushcraft Survival. This sturdy knife comes with a firelighter that fits in the holster and a sharpener built into the holster. Ideal for bushcraft, hunting or even the bivouac.

Besides the robustness of this fixed blade knife, there are many other advantages that make the orange Mora Bushcraft Survival a popular blade. Starting with the orange colour which makes it visible even if you put it on the ground in the forest. The chances of losing it are therefore significantly reduced. In addition, the Mora Bushcraft Survival knife weighs 125 g, a lightness that makes it easy to handle. Finally, the Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade measures 10.5 cm (for a total length of 23.5 cm) and has a black coating that protects it against corrosion.

The orange Mora Bushcraft Survival knife is:

- A blade supplied with a case, a sharpener and a firelighter

- Robust and light

- Equipped with a holster that can hang on the belt or slip directly into a pocket

Blade size 10.5cm
Included accessories - Hard case with belt clip
- Firelighter
- Diamond sharpener
Opened size 23cm/23.5cm with its case
thickness of the blade 3.2mm
Materials - Blade: Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel - Handle: TPE thermoplastic elastomer - Case: polymer
Weight (g) Total: 220g/Knife 125g/Firestone sharpener case: 95g
Additional information - Swedish FireSteel firestone inserted into the handle - The back of the blade acts as a scraper for the flint - Reliable at altitude, as in very cold weather. Generates a spark of 2,980°C - Weather-resistant - Produces 7,000 sparks