Posted by Kevin on 17th Jul 2014
The Mora #2 shows that you don't need to spend large amounts of money to find a knife that can do work. I previously owned the Mora Companion and was satisfied, but the Mora #2 was above and beyond what I was looking for in my outdoor knife.
Posted by Unknown on 30th Dec 2013
I bought this knife for my wife as a multi purpose knife around the house. Blade came very sharp with a mirror like polish and handles slicing tasks extremely well. The bad news is the spine was very rough and looked unfinished/unpolished but the edges are slightly rounded making it impossible to strike a ferro rod. A little time spent polishing/sharpening the spine to a 90° angle got it throwing sparks well. A good knife well worth the price.
Posted by mark on 21st Dec 2013
This knife is actually bigger than i thought. i bought this for my brother but i am really tempted to keep it for myself. lol the hamdle feels solid in the hand. Of course the blade came razor sharp. The sheath is actually better than i thought although it is plastic. iI will definitely be buying one for myself
Knife Length: 8 3/8 inches (212 mm)
Blade Length: 4 1/8 inches (104 mm)
Blade Thickness: 3/32 inches (2.4 mm)
Blade Width: 13/16 inches (20 mm)
Blade Material: 1095 carbon steel
Blade Hardness: HRC 59 on the Rockwell Scale (the laminated version has a core hardness of HRC 61)
Type of Tang: Partial concealed
Blade Grind: Scandinavian/single bevel
Handle Material: Birch