Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade, 4.1-Inch

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Amazon Price: N/A $16.11 (as of June 7, 2017 8:26 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The Morakniv Companion 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 features a 4.1-inch (104 mm) blade of hardened Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel with a three-quarter tang for outdoor and marine applications where knives are commonly exposed to dirt and moisture. Stainless steel knives are less susceptible to corrosion and oxidization than carbon steels, giving them a longer life overall, plus they maintain edge sharpness for optimum cutting performance. The Companion will perform well with camp food preparations, creating tinder, cutting small limbs, and much more. Includes a color-matching sheath with belt clip. Overall length 8.6 inches (218 mm); Blade length: 4.1 inches (104 mm); Blade thickness: 0.1 inches (2.5 mm); Weight w/ sheath: 4.1 oz. (116 g). Limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty. Made in Sweden.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00EF2RUD4
  • Item model number: M-11827-Parent

Customer Reviews

Razor Sharp Blade under 3.0 oz for backpacking and bike touring. A+

 on April 8, 2015
By Jacqueline M.
To put it simply, for the money, or even 2-3x the money, you can not beat this knife.

I bought moras for myself and people I care about! Our go to knives now!

 on August 11, 2016
By Texas CamperAmazon Customer
What can I say that hasn’t already been said by so many others about Amazon and Morakniv? I have ordered about 19 knives from Amazon and 18 have been Moras! Mora answered my call for a great all around survival,camping,hiking,fishing/hunting and bbqing knife. They come razor sharp from the factory;sharpen easily with strop or fine stone back to shaving. They are way better than most knives of any price and I would and have already staked my life on them in the bush! When fire and or shelter is a must and you are alone in the bush then your knife can be a lifesaver! I tried them there more than once and rest assured that if it is the only knife I ever carry it is enough for almost every need there. A saw and my mora any of them is sufficient for almost every scenario I have tested. A saw, an ax or hawk and my one or two of my moraknives and I can stay indefinitely assured I have tools to do the tasks I prefer from them. Do yourself and maybe a friend or loved one a favor. Give yourself and them the best quality equipment anywhere for the best price ever! You might even save their life if they are outdoors type people. I also packed my cold steel srk san mai iii for heavier work yet hardly unsheathed it. The mora bushcraft black and mora companion filled my belly with fish and my fire with feathersticks and fine kindling to start the fire for cooking! Ps (I did bring my tent and sleeping bag and pad on my last venture.)

Perfect and Cheap Mora Knife

 on December 22, 2016
By Tea
This is one of the best knife at this price range.

Good Knife

 on October 4, 2016
By leinjoe
I purchase this in spur of a moment, don’t need another knife, but what the heck. I wanted a knife that wasn’t made in China, nothing wrong with Chinese knives, I have some good ones…my forte buck knife was made in China.

Performs above its price range!

 on July 7, 2016
By JeronimoHIllam
Great little knife for the price!

Buy this knife now!

 on January 4, 2015
By Kolby N.
I used this hunting over the course of four days. I shot two buck, one 170 Lbs, the other 150 Lbs. I used the Mora to primarily clean both of the deer, along with a cold steel Spartan to zip one of the deer and the Mora is still sharp. It’s obviously not going to be extremely sharp, as using a knife to clean a deer does dull most knives rather quickly, but it’s edge is still acceptable. I didn’t loose my grip while cleaning both of the deer once, the handle is comfy, and it’s really easy to wash off after you’re done. The sheath is almost cheap but it’s useful. I got a little blood in in and because of the plastic design and the hole in the bottom of it, I was able to clean it out quicker by spraying it with a water hose, instead of letting it soak in water. This knife is now one of my essentials in hunting! I sharpened it with a spyderco ultra fine sharpener (by hand, not on the sharpmaker) and then storopped it and now it’s even sharper than it was when I first used it! For around $16 you really cannot go wrong with this almost perfect knife!!! I bought another one for my camping bag and I bought two more for my friends who are outdoor enthusiasts and they love them! I might even buy the carbon steel version to test it out. I hope my review helped and best of luck- Kolby

The Real Deal

 on August 28, 2017
By Braxton Aldrich
Despite the legendary status of Morakniv across the knife market, I was skeptical for no other reason than my need to personally assess its merit. This concept of 4-inch 12C27 blade boasting the ability to chop small tree limbs while also having the finesse to finely filet a fish seemed far-fetched. I can now state with full certainty the reality of the Mora: This knife is everything it claims to be and more. It’s more than just a back-up knife, a throw around, or a cheap way to gift a buddy you don’t like that much. It is the real deal. For the price, I am not sure there is anything else on the market worth entertaining before you give this one a shot. Now I know what everyone is talking about.

Everyone knows that mora knives are great. I have both the older version and more …

 on December 14, 2016
By Josh G
Everyone knows that mora knives are great. I have both the older version and more recently the new one. The old one had a very rough finish on the back of the blade, see picture. I drilled a hole in the pommel to accommodate a wrist lanyard, great for batoning. The steel is reasonably strong for the price, don’t expect s30v or any other ultra premium steels, but it works very well. I have chopped small branches, batoned large pieces of wood around 4″. the only bit of wear there really is is the rust that developed on the blade, I sanded it off and at the same time tried to create a sharper edge for striking fire steel. I carry the older one on my 10-22 solo camp/hunt/survival kit and it fits perfect and adds very little weight.

Nice looking, super sharp, lightweight and sturdy

 on October 12, 2016
By Justin M
If you’re looking for a good looking, light weight, super sharp yet sturdy knife, all at a very good price – this is it.

Put this knife to work!

 on June 14, 2016
By Danny
I carry a Leatherman around with me all the time. I use it at home, work, and for camping. While it has performed well over the years, I wanted a knife that had a slightly bigger blade on it that I could use for some more robust tasks. With the exception of the Leatherman, I don’t think I’ve ever bought a knife before. I have a lot of nice ones that were given to me as gifts over the years but the problem is….I don’t like to use them! They are just too nice and expensive. For example, my wife bought me this really nice Benchmade pocket knife that has my initials engraved on the side of the blade. I love to look at it…but I’m not taking that camping to hack up some tinder for the fire. Anyway, I wanted an inexpensive knife that would be an all purpose workhorse for the tool table in the garage, the defender of the yard work chores, and the champion of the camping trip. After doing a little research, I eventually was brought to the Morakniv Companion. The reviews looked good and the price was unbelievable. I decided to take a chance on it and I am very glad I did. This is a great feeling knife and yes it is very sharp! Before I got to attached to it’s “newness”, I immediately put this thing to work out in the yard. I took some fallen tree limbs and began trimming them up to make some tomato stakes for the garden. Trimming them up and sharpening the ends to a point proved to be no problem for the knife. I used it assist in removing some of my vegetables from the plants and to cut some twine for another job. By the end of the day, I was cutting up and breaking down some cardboard boxes with it. The knife doesn’t look as new anymore…but she still is plenty sharp!
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