Mora Companion Knife - ORANGE
Mora Companion Knife - ORANGE
Mora Companion Knife - Orange/Black Color
Morakniv Companion Heavy Duty is a powerful tool for bushcrafters, hunters and outdoor people. If you need a knife that has great strength requirements, we recommend the Companion Heavy Duty with its three-layer injection molding and the slightly blunter edge angle of 27° for maximum sharpness retention (default is otherwise an angle of 23°). The knife has an extra-large ergonomic handle with a soft, high-friction grip. The knife has a blade of 0.125" (3.2 mm) thick carbon steel with high-load capacity. The classic scandi grind combined with high-quality carbon steel makes the knife easy to resharpen. Plastic sheath with a belt clip.
- Packaged in box
- Knife with a 3.2 mm thick carbon steel blade.
- Scandinavian grind produces a very sharp edge with excellent control of the cut and is easy to sharpen.
- Extra-large ergonomic handle with soft, high-friction rubber grip gives the feeling of control, making work easier, as if the knife were an extension of your hand.
- Blunter edge angle of 27° for maximum sharpness retention.
- Color-matching plastic sheath with belt clip.
- Blade Thickness: 0.125" (3.2 mm)
- Blade Length: 4.1" (104 mm)
- Total Length: 8.8" (224 mm)
- Net Weight: 4.8 oz. (135 g)
The knife blade has become one of the main characteristics for Morakniv, due to its high quality, design and sharpness. For more than 130 years we’ve refined our methods and constantly worked to improve our products. How we treat, harden and polish our knives is a vital part of our quality work, and the recipe is a well-kept company secret. This results in knives that will always live up to your expectations and that you always can put your trust in.
The blade of a Morakniv can be made of three different kinds of steel: stainless steel, carbon steel or laminated steel. Each steel type has its unique properties that determine which model is matched with which steel.
The blade of steel means a lot, but certainly not everything. We want to warn knife users that perhaps the perfect steel type on paper is not in itself the only thing that dictates how a knife performs. In fact, steel analysis has become somewhat scientific that it is easy to get caught up in the maze of statistics. Just because a blade is made from premium or high-end steels does not automatically mean it is better than other blades.
We also want to point out the importance of the heat treatment techniques used by the manufacturer as well as the design of the blade itself which plays a huge role in the ultimate result of the knife performance. Many times the heat treatment is even the underlying key in order to maximize the steel’s conditions.
All modern steels will perform well enough for most users so consider spending more time on other aspects of the knife such as the handle, size or style.
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