Mora Kansbol Multi Mount Bushcraft Knife Fixed 4.3" Blade, Green TPE Handle, Polypropylene Sheath
Mora Kansbol Multi Mount Survival and Bushcraft Knife
Kansbol brings you the best from two worlds. It has the flexibility of a lightweight knife, and the strength of a more robust model. This combination makes it a real all-round knife and a reliable partner in the forest, or when hiking, hunting or on the lake. The blade has been profile ground for increased precision and the spine grinding means the blade can be used with fire starter.
Together with the Multi-Mount fastening system, your Morakniv Kansbol is just seconds away. Place it on your snowmobile, canoe, or ATV - when the knife is placed in the holder it can take a bumpy ride on any vehicle. Attach and detach the knife from the mount in just a couple of seconds. Of course, it is also possible to just take the knife straight out of the sheath and use it. It is compatible with the MOLLE standard mounting system, and has strategically placed screw holes and slots for different types of straps.
With origins in the long tradition of Scandinavian outdoor life, Kansbol is an always reliable partner when heading out into the wild. No matter if you want to split the firewood for starting a fire or skinning a deer, the flexibility of this new outdoor favorite will be there for you. The Swedish stainless steel is of highest quality, the Scandi grind is both useful and provides extreme sharpness. Perfect for when you want to work close to your knife and the right feel is important.
The all-round knife for every occasion
The long tradition of Scandinavian outdoor recreation makes Kansbol a reliable partner when the wilderness beckons. Whether you need to make wood splints for the fire, or need to skin a moose, this flexible model will perform. A knife designed in the true Morakniv spirit.The all-round knife for every occasion
Blade : Stainless Steel 4.3" 109 mm Long
Total : 8.9" 226 mm
Thickness : 0.1" 2,5 mm
Weight : 4.7 oz
Can be used with fire starter
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