The Mora Garberg - Black Carbon is the type of knife you'd want to move in with to live happily ever after. She's understandably a very popular knife which breezes through the same kind of jobs as something that's double its price.
The Garberg is Mora's first full tang bushcraft knife and it's tough enough to call it a survival knife. The carbon steel tang protrudes from the pommel, which can be used with flint in a survival situation to strike sparks.
The specially treated black carbon steel blade is 3.2mm thick. It has a scandi grind which is popular with bushcrafters and preppers alike. The scandi grind makes for easier sharpening and better knife work when making things like feather sticks. It has a tiny secondary bevel on the scandi grind which helps with edge retention. The spine features a sharp 90 degree angle which is perfect for striking a ferro rod.
The handle is so comfortable that it caresses your hand. This knife is designed to be used for hours.
The Garberg comes with a polymer sheath with a ferrocerium rod and sharpener. We also have leather sheaths for sale.
Blade Length: 109mm
Knife Length: 229mm
Total Length (inc sheath): 250mm
Blade Thickness: 3.2mm
Mora or Morakniv originated in Östnor, Mora, Sweden where they have been crafting knives since 1891. Mora say:
"Once they were made in every home by local craftsmen who passed down their skills from generation to generation. Today those skills are all under one roof and no matter who you talk to in our factory they can all tell a family story in which knife manufacture plays a central part!"