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Mora of Sweden uses the craftsman's approach to production on modern machinery. The company works closely with professionals to develop new ideas and transform them into market-leading concepts. They make knives and tools at home in Mora, Sweden which are loved by bushcraft enthusiasts, tradesmen, fishermen and chefs in very high quality Swedish steel.
The Knivegg Full Knife Kit is an assemble it yourself comes with everything you need to make your own knife. This makes it perfect both for the knife enthusiasts out there and as a gift. The kit includes Knivegg a full tang blade, olive wood handle scales, black or red scale liner pair, a rivets and lanyard tube set, and a unmade brown leather scabbard with fillet and leather yarn.
The Mora Eldris Neck Knife has a 2 mm thick blade which is only 59 mm long. This means that the Eldris knife is simple and convenient to keep in your pocket or rucksack, while you still get all the benefits in terms of safety and strength offered by a fixed blade.
The Mora Companion 860 is a very adaptable and sharp knife with a patterned high-friction grip handle
With a large, thin, tapered laminated steel blade the Mora Woodcarving 105 Knife makes a very useful and versatile tool for working on different types of carving projects.
A very comfortable and easy to use knife, the Mora Woodcarving 106 Knife is well suited for use in a wide variety of carving projects. The design of the knife makes it very easy to maintain the edge and keep it razor sharp.
With a smaller blade, the Mora Woodcarving 120 Knife is a very manageable and easy to use knife for use in all kinds of wood carving projects. The edge is easy to maintain to ensure the knife is kept sharp and ready for use.
The Mora Woodcarving 137 makes a great tool for shaping and removing excess wood from the piece you are working on. With a scandi grind blade, taking care of this knife and keeping it sharp is simple and easy.
A great tool for carving bowls and cups the Mora Woodcarving 162 is double-edged to allow for easy use with either hand. Or allow for following the grain of the wood using the dominant hand without having to turn/move the piece you are working on.
The Mora Woodcarving 163 benefits from having a half-curve, double-edged blade. Making it suitable for working on smaller bowls, cups and spoons. A very useful knife that belongs in the tool box of any woodcarving enthusiast.
A distinctive deeply curved, single-edged blade characterises the Mora Woodcarving 164 hook knife. Great for using when carving spoons, bowls and cups.