Today we'll be reviewing the Morakniv Black Bushcraft Survival Knife.
Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!
- High carbon steel blade
- Ergonomic handle (high-friction rubber grip)
- Sheath includes diamond sharpener and fire starter
- Sheath is flawed because it can potentially wear out the handle
Morakniv Black Bushcraft Survival Knife Product Review
Just like the Bushcraft Black, this Morakniv bushcraft knife includes the same features, but its sheath has an integrated sharpener and fire starter.
Its blade has a Rockwell hardness of 56-58, which is a standard hardness for most of Morakniv’s carbon steel knives.
With its 3.3mm thick blade, it shows off when cutting meat, or assisting you to perform minor tasks such as shaving hair. In bushcraft, it can pierce thick lumber and finish off with some elaborate carvings.
The ergonomic rubber handle provides you with a high-friction grip, supporting you during extreme circumstances.
The included fire starter locks securely into the durable plastic clamps on the sheath and is easily accessible.
It yields 7,000 strikes and can produce 3,000-degree sparks, which performs well when wet.
When it comes to the weather conditions you encounter, you won’t have to restrict your use in wet environments. If a rainstorm occurs, the anti-corrosive black coating and rubber grip handle has you covered.
Compared to its sibling bushcraft knife, there is an increase in price, but for the additional features, it will be an excellent long term investment.
Although limited, it also includes a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty.
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