Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Steel Survival Knife with Fire Starter and Sheath, Black

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The Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Steel Survival Knife is a reliable and versatile tool designed for bushcraft enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers. This knife features a 4.25-inch carbon steel blade with a tungsten DLC anti-corrosive black coating, making it exceptionally durable and resistant to wear and tear. With a blade thickness of 1/8 inch and a full tang construction, this knife offers superior strength and stability for demanding tasks.

One standout feature of this knife is its blade spine, which has been specially designed for use with a fire starter. This allows you to effortlessly strike sparks for fire starting, making it an essential tool for survival situations. The knife comes with a magnesium rod for fire starting, ensuring you have everything you need to create fire in the great outdoors.

The Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Steel Survival Knife also includes a sharpener attached to the sheath, allowing you to easily maintain the blade’s sharpness during your outdoor adventures. The sheath itself is made from a two-tone orange and black polymer, providing excellent protection for the knife and ensuring it is always within reach with its belt loop and clip for easy access. Additionally, the sheath features a provision for a magnesium fire starter, giving you a convenient and secure way to carry all your essential tools.

With its comfortable and non-slip rubbery grip handle, the Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Steel Survival Knife offers excellent control and precision while handling. The handle material is designed to provide a secure grip even in wet or slippery conditions, ensuring your safety and allowing you to tackle various tasks with confidence.

Overall, the Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Steel Survival Knife with Fire Starter and Sheath is a high-quality tool that combines durability, functionality, and convenience. Whether you’re preparing food, building a shelter, or starting a fire, this knife is the perfect companion for all your outdoor adventures.


  • Lightweight design, adding minimal weight to your gear.
  • Strong and sturdy construction for handling demanding tasks.
  • Sharp edge for efficient wood processing.
  • Full tang construction ensures durability and resilience.
  • Effective fire starter with the specially designed blade spine.
  • Includes a sharpener for maintaining blade sharpness.
  • High-quality magnesium rod capable of producing sparks for fire starting.
  • Convenient sheath with a belt loop and clip for easy access.
  • Comfortable and non-slip rubbery grip on the handle.
  • Versatile for hiking, camping, hunting, and general use.
  • Good value for the price.
  • Suitable for small game hunting and food preparation.
  • Blade retains sharpness for a good while.
  • Lightweight and easy to carry.
  • Good for striking the firesteel and scraping tinder.


  • Requires regular maintenance due to the carbon steel blade.
  • Carbon steel blades are more prone to rust and corrosion compared to stainless steel.
  • Some users may prefer a different type of handle material (not specified in the given information).
  • Limited information on the handle design and ergonomics.
  • Rubberized handle can be slippery when wet.
  • Sheath relies on tension for knife retention, which may not be as secure as a secondary clip or strap.
  • Square spine may be uncomfortable for extended carving.
  • Lack of lanyard hole may not appeal to some users.
  • Sharpener placement in the sheath could be improved.
  • Ridges on the sheath for one-handed knife retrieval are not effective.
  • Fine edge retention is not spectacular.
  • The black coating may wear off with extended use.
  • 3/4 length rat-tail tang instead of full tang.
  • Sheath could be improved in terms of belt attachments and grip.
  • Diamond sharpener may be too coarse for a fine edge on a Scandi-grind knife.
  • Blade could be sharper out of the box.
  • Coating on the bevel may come off quickly with sharpening.
  • Not a full tang design.
  • The sharpening stone has a rather limited life.
  • Some concerns about long-term durability of the handle and sheath.