A Tale of Two Mora Knives

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The Mora Swedish Mil. Mora Knife and the Mora Classic Number 2.
Fantastic Value.
Survival worthy Blades.

Here are the specs for the Swedish Mil.
Updated Version of the Standard Mora Clipper Knife
Carbon Steel
Black Rubber Handle with Green Composition Trim
Green Molded Sheath with Drain Hole
Recruit this razor – sharp Swedish Mil. Mora Knife! New Mora Knife is NOT for morons. Swift. Silent. A cut above. Put this nifty little sharpie to work for you on multiple tasks. It could make the difference for survival in the boonies. Drop point 3 7/8″ carbon steel blade; Plastic Green handle has rubber diamond checkering on handle for a sure grip; Comes with plastic scabbard that clips to your belt; Weighs a feathery 4 ozs.

Here are the specs for the Number 2.
Carbon steel blade
Red birch wood handle
Cold rolled steel throat
4 Inch Blade
Thermoplastic Sheath
This Classic Mora knife is super tough and strong. The 4-1/4″ blade comes to you already razor sharp (and stays that way)and ready for use. It is made by the famous knife maker, Mora of Sweden, established in 1891. It is a great choice for an awesome survival/outdoor knife. The High Carbon Steel blade has been hardened to Rc 59-60. Overall length is about 8-1/4″. Red Birchwood handle. Comes with a plastic sheath with a belt loop. Made in Sweden. Mora knives are among the best in the world, they may not be the most expensive but definitely top of the line and absolutely the best bang for the buck!! Mora knives are recommended by numerous Survival Schools all around the USA and the world.


In this video we also see the Becker BK2 and the Ontario Gen II Plus

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