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Morakniv Mora of Sweden Outdoor 2000 Utility Knife 4.3" Stainless Steel Blade, Olive Green Rubber Handle

$32.95

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Part #: FT2000 | Morakniv Mora of Sweden
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Description
FT2000: Outdoor 2000
Morakniv
 
This high-quality survival knife with a profile-ground, multi-functional blade has a patterned high-friction rubber handle. Able to handle everything from fine carpentry work to cable scaling, which makes this knife a favorite among carpenters, electricians and construction workers as well as survivalists. The blade is made of swedish cold-rolled special stainless steel and comes with a green plastic sheath with a flexible leather belt strap.
Stainless Steel Blade:
  • Knife blades are made of hardenable stainless steel- Sandvik 12C27 (hardened to HRC 57-58), producing knives with extreme strength, long life as well as having high resistance to moisture without rusting.
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 4.3" (109 mm)
  • Blade Steel: 12C27 Sandvik Steel, 57-58HRC
  • Blade Thickness: 2.5 mm
  • Overall Length: 8.8" (224 mm)
  • Handle Material: Rubber
  • Weight: 5.0 oz. (141 g)
  • Made in Sweden

UPC Code: 7391846200000

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Morakniv Mora of Sweden Outdoor 2000 Utility Knife 4.3" Stainless Steel Blade, Olive Green Rubber Handle4.889 (18 reviews)
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Morakniv Mora of Sweden Outdoor 2000 Utility Knife 4.3" Stainless Steel Blade, Olive Green Rubber Handle
5 out of 5
Nick D.
New York
Apr 18, 2019
Pros: Blade Material, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Mora Performance, Enough Said!
I own 13 Moras and this one is my favorite! Mora performance and I don't have to worry about rusting or staining. Sheath is excellent protection and knife snaps securely into place. Really enjoy this knife and highly recommend it!
Morakniv Mora of Sweden Outdoor 2000 Utility Knife 4.3" Stainless Steel Blade, Olive Green Rubber Handle
5 out of 5
Gotta Run
Paynesville, Mn
Oct 19, 2018
Pros: Sheath/Scabbard
Cons: None
Sheath works well
I am guilty of unfairly giving this knife a low rating previously. I said the knife fell out of the sheath. I found the blade on the floor of my truck along side the driver seat. Actually it does snap into the sheath and won't fall out. I didn't have it snapped in when I claimed I lost it.Moraknives are well built, but are not heavy duty monster knives for batoning. I have more expensive knives that I take excellent care of, but I reach for this one for every day woods chores. The sheath looks flimsy, but it hasn't worn out with over 100 outings. I like the flexible hanging sheath that doesn't pinch when I sit in the Gator or in the truck. (I have worn out other knife sheaths and had to repair/replace them.) I have several convex blades (Bark River, Fallkniven) but the scandi edge of Moraknives is quicker to sharpen.
Morakniv Mora of Sweden Outdoor 2000 Utility Knife 4.3" Stainless Steel Blade, Olive Green Rubber Handle
5 out of 5
Jebediah The Gyrocaptain
Fort Bragg, NC
Aug 09, 2018
Pros: Finish, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Overall Quality, Materials, None
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard
The pinnacle of the Mora line
I've had the Mora 2000 for roughly six years. I've bought other brands of knife (and other Moras) since then, but when I pack to go in the woods I always seem to go back to the 2000. The rubber grip is excellent, especially when its wet or your hands are cold. The stainless steel hasn't really been an issue for me, since the knife retains its edge throughout my trips. I initially kept the sheathed knife in a pocket on my ruck, since the sheath isn't conducive for heavy woods use; though in time I ended up purchasing a kydex sheath from one of the many available kydex artisans.About the 'weird' Mora sheath: I spoke with a Swedish student in one of my grad school classes who was an outdoor enthusiast. He mentioned that in Sweden, work trousers traditionally had a pocket on the side for holding the knife sheath (like the tool pocket on carpenters jeans). The leather tab attaches to a button sewn above the pocket, so that the knife can be drawn / replaced while the sheath stays put.
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