Morakniv Mora of Sweden Equus 330 Farrier's Knife 5.2" Triflex Carbon Steel Blade, Equestrian


Part #: FT330 | Morakniv Mora of Sweden
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FT330: Equus Farrier's Knife
Morakniv Equus hoof trimming farrier’s knife has been developed in close collaboration with blacksmiths and veterinarians. It is efficient, easy to work with and can be honed to a razor sharp edge. Morakniv, formerly Frosts of Sweden, produces great knives at very reasonable prices. The Morakniv Equus 330 is no exception, featuring a fairly thick triflex carbon steel blade with an ergonomic plastic handle. No sheath.
Triflex Carbon Steel Blade:
  • Triflex is harder and very resistant to breakage compared to a stainless steel blade. It is also easy to light a fire with a Triflex blade and a fire steel. Triflex is not stainless and should therefore be handled accordingly.
  • Blade Length: 5.2" (132 mm)
  • Cutting Edge: 4" (102 mm)
  • Blade Steel: Laminated High Carbon Steel, 61HRC
  • Blade Width: 1.25" (32 mm)
  • Overall Length: 11" (280 mm)
  • Handle Material: Plastic
  • Weight: 4.0 oz. (113 g)
  • Made in Sweden

UPC Code: 7316220019801

Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
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Santa Fe
Dec 16, 2016
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Weight, Finish
Cons: None
Hoof Knofe
I use this for splitting, some chopping. I like the light wt., the finish and it's very sharp.
2 out of 5
Steve A
Sep 18, 2014
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Weight, Finish, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Blade Material
Didn't realize carbon steel could rust so quick
I bought four of these. They are the sharpest knives that I have owned. It is absolutely amazing. The feel, handle, weight and appearance are outstanding. The blade material is another issue.My son used it to go fishing and brought it back and it was covered with heavy rust. It was thick. I have spent four hours sanding it to try to remove it. It has pitted the knife so much that I have to use a low grit sandpaper to try to remove them. The part of the knife that I have been able to remove the pits I have used 1000 grit and just started 2000 grit sandpaper to get it polished back to the original shine.I bought a leather sheath because it didn't come with one. When I got it I put a knife in it. I didn't use it for a couple of days but when I did and pulled it from the sheath it had already rusted quite a bit. Maybe it is the leather or moisture within it. I will chalk it up to ignorance for not doing more research but just be aware of this when you get one.
5 out of 5
Greensburg, Pa
Jun 06, 2014
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Overall Quality, Weight, Blade Material
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, None
Why beat up your good knives? Want to baton some wood for campfires, use this. Inexpensive, holds an edge well, easily sharpened when needed...... What more could you ask? Ya got to make your own sheath for it, no big deal.
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