The 4 Best Mora Knives for a Classic Everyday Carry

Made in Sweden for over 400 hundred years, knives from Mora have high-quality construction and outstanding affordability, making them one of the best budget-friendly survival knives available.

We’ve scanned the spectrum of Morakniv for the best of the best, considering their popularity, affordability, and quality construction.

Morakniv Garberg Fixed Blade

The Mora Garberg continues to be the go-to for experienced bushcrafters and survival experts.

Used for EDC (everyday carry) and precise cutting tasks, its clip-point blade with Scandi grind features 14C28N steel offering excellent hardness, toughness, and corrosion resistance.

Morakniv Companion Blade

The full-tang, high-carbon steel blades hold a slightly sharper edge and have better edge retention than the regular stainless steel blade.

Additionally, the clip-point grade and flat grind make it ideal for piercing, whittling, food prep, and other everyday tasks.

Morakniv Bushcraft Survival Blade

A lot of preppers turn their nose at the Mora Bushcraft Survival knife because it's only ¾ tang. However, this is the perfect knife for completing mundane day-to-day outdoor tasks.

Additionally, the Bushcraft Survival features a drop-point stainless steel blade ideal for most tasks. The wide belly and sharp tip are great for feathering sticks, slicing tasks, processing meat, and carving.

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