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Mora Kansbol

Mora Kansbol

£39.95

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Morakniv Kansbol is the ultimate all-round knife. While in the woods, on a hike, hunting or at sea, it’s the perfect partner. The knife is designed and made in Mora, Sweden, where Mora specially treat the Swedish stainless steel to enhance strength and long-lasting sharpness. The blade is profile shaped for added precision and the spine is ground so that it can be used with a fire starter. Combined with a firm, secure grip and superb feel this means that you’ll never want to be without it.

Kansbol is best of both worlds. It's got the flexibility of a light weight knife and the durability of a stronger one. The Morakniv Kansbol is an all-round tool designed for any situation. It is supplied with a polymer sheath with belt loop.

Specification

Code MORA-12634
Limited Edition: No
Brand: Mora
Blade Material: 12C27 Stainless Steel
Blade Length (cm): 10.9
Blade Thickness (cm): 0.25
Overall Length (cm): 22.6
Handle Colour: Green
Handle Material: Polymer
Blade Finish: Brushed
Blade Shape: Clip Point
Blade Type: Plain
Tang: Stick Tang
Grind: Scandi
Sheath: Plastic
Product Weight (g): 134
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  1. A utilitarian masterpiece!Review by
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    I live in a rural area, as does my middle aged son, his son and two daughters. As a proud grandfather I am pleased to say that my son and his three children each have a Mora knife. The four of them all own a different model!
    I have just joined the Mora club with my own recently purchased Kansbol. Manufactured to a very high standard and superbly designed. All the blade grinds are spot on and the extra fine grind at the tip makes for efficient skinning and provides a terrific fl*sh slicing capability. The much heavier wedge grind nearer the handle gives plenty of strength for powerful cutting when dealing with wood in the forest.
    The ergonomics are superb, with a very comfortable grippy handle that fits into my large hand perfectly.
    The knife was razor sharp right out of the box and I was also impressed by the simple but very durable sheath that holds the knife firmly in place.
    Mora seem to have the bushcraft fraternity very well provided for, by manufacturing knives at various price points, utilising both carbon and stainless steel. All the knives are made to be used and the designers are clearly outdoor enthusiast themselves. The common theme running through the whole range, is just how well they are made for the purpose they are designed for and that every model will serve you well in the woods and outdoors in general. My son is a responsible parent and supervises his children on their trips to the woods. I am so proud to see them all developing the practical skills that hopefully they will be able to pass on to their own children one day.
    All in all, another great knife to add to my vast collection. Lightweight, beautifully designed and built to be used as a wonderful versatile tool. So obviously designed and manufactured by outdoor enthusiasts. Mora really know what they are doing!
    (Posted on )
  2. a brilliant "all-round" first bushcraft knifeReview by
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    I had need to do a little whittling at home. I turned to my UK legal Boar folder, my only Scandi grind knife. It did a good job but made me think it was now time to get a fixed blade for home and garden use.

    I looked through HH and noticed the Mora Kansbol, described as the "ultimate all-rounder". This is because it has a generous flat Scandi section at full spine thickness and a tapered and rounded section towards the tip. So wood processing and skinning in the same knife. This really is a brilliant first bushcraft knife and a brilliant secondary bushcraft knife. I wouldn't recommend battoning because of the tapering towards the tip but can't see why sensible chopping couldn't be undertaken on the full thickness section. Note however it is not full tang. Another thing I like, "sensible" 12C27 steel, which in the era of supersteels I consider to be a perfect blend of corrosion resistance, resistance to chipping and tip breakage, adequate edge retension and ease of sharpening. If you agree get one now before supersteel sentiment wipes out "sensible" steel availability.

    Comes with a great polymer scabard.
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  3. So Good I Shave With ItReview by
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    This is a brilliant knife, the blade is so good i now use it to shave when the mood takes me. Balance is excellet and sits naturally in my hand, if i were to have a custom knife made, it would end up exactly like this knife but with a walnut handle, that said the Mora handle is a perfect fit and 100% confident grip for any task.
    I replaced the sheath for leather and re-ground the spine for fire stick striking. my only criticism is the edge is ground fully to the handle, this needed to have been made solid as it now forms an awkward curve in the edge and scuffed the handle when sharpening.
    All said and done, for the money its the best knife i've found in this class of knife.
    (Posted on )
  4. Great workhorse knife - much improved sheathReview by
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    The 2000 was one of the first Mora knives I bought, and this one is a worthy successor.
    I have strayed away from Mora recently, but when this arrived, I found myself questioning why ?
    They may not be as "sexy", don't feel as "macho", and probably don't have the "kudos" of more esoteric knives, but that's missing the point (no pun intended)
    The blade's superb in every respect, and the spine produces a wonderful shower of sparks with a good rod, so I won't dwell on those.
    It's the handle that's really made me think.
    Depending on your perspective, it's drab, indifferent or, I think, simply understated !
    It fits well in the hand, bare or gloved, has no "hot spots", you can use it for hours without any discomfort, it stays grippy when wet - it just does all you can ask of it.
    The lanyard hole is a welcome addition, as is the modified sheath design.
    As per another review (by Snufkin) it is truly ambidextrous and the frog, which simply clips over the sheath proper means that can be left on the belt and the knife stowed out of sight when needed.
    Awesome HH service as ever.
    (Posted on )
  5. Brilliant KnifeReview by
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    Bought as a fine use companion to my Schrade and was so impressed with the quality and shave sharpness out the box , you cant go wrong with this in your pack , seriously , try this knife for yourself :-) awesome knife and service from HH (Posted on )
  6. Brilliant !!Review by
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    Phenomenal knife for the money, this will out perform many a knife. Awesome spine works really well with firesteel and scraping wood for tinder. Scary sharp & fantastic grip without any hotspots. (Posted on )
  7. review updateReview by
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    So I've now had some time to use the Kansbol more fully, and it has become my go to knife. Now the price has dropped it's the best knife in the Mora range. (Posted on )
  8. KANSBOLReview by
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    Boy, Mora are really on top of their game these days, are they not. The Kansbol is a top product, period. Now, a word or two about micro-bevels and modified scandi-grinds. Professional knife sharpeners tell me that a micro-bevel lasts longer, or stays sharper than a full scandi grind. The Tops BOB Fieldcraft knife also has a modified scandi-grind. So, I am glad my Kansbol came with micro-bevel, and I shall be keeping it. Thanks to HH for a great price. I am very pleased with my purchase. (Posted on )
  9. Outstanding quality. The Mora that won me over!Review by
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    I never truly 'got' Mora. Surely quality and price are linked? With this model, I'm a convert.
    Lightweight for B.O.B.✅
    Fully functional as fine work/back-up piece✅
    Primary carry✅
    Ambidextrous✅
    Comfortable for extended/hard work✅
    Wonderful piece for novice or experienced user✅

    Please believe, like most, this 'expert' owns poorer but more expensive examples that now lie in a drawer. Buy this Mora.
    (Posted on )
  10. Worthy sucessor to the 2000Review by
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    I have always been a fan of the Mora 2000, so I was keen to get this knife. The 2000 is awesome but this improves on it . The satin finish doesn't glare as much when working in bright sunlight, and the sharp spine is great for de -barking and making fine shavings as well as sparking a ferro rod. The handle is a little chunkier, which I like and the sheath is an improvement allowing me to leave the frog on my belt and stow the knife in my pack when I don't need it. It's still ambidextrous, which, as a southpaw, is always nice.
    So why 4 stars and not 5? It came with a slight secondary bevel, so I'll waste some metal removing it and the price, I don't think it's that much of an improvement over the 2000 to warrant it. Still pleased with it. And the usual great HH service.
    (Posted on )

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You have the description as "Full Tang" when many others including Mora say it is "Partial Tang"?
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Richard answered on 2 November 2016

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Hi does it come with the belt loop holder? Thanks
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It is supplied with a polymer sheath with belt loop.
Heinnie Haynes answered on 10 October 2019

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