Mora of Sweden is proud to announce that their Morakniv Bushcraft Black Tactical knife has been honored with Field & Stream’s Best of the Best 2014 Award in the knife category. The Best of the Best is the highest honor Field & Steam bestows on gear and the winning products meet the utmost quality and excellence in their fields.
“The Morakniv Bushcraft Black Tactical knife earned this honor by doing what a survival knife should do best—perform under extreme conditions,” said Field & Stream Deputy Editor, Slaton White. “The high-tech injection-molded handle adheres to the hand even when wet or in extreme cold, and the carbon steel blade can be sharpened with extreme ease to a scalpel-like edge.”
Manufactured in Sweden for over 400 years, Morakniv knives are versatile and affordable, giving users the benefit of centuries of design expertise. Made of high-quality steel, Morakniv blades are fashioned for accuracy and enjoyed for years, often being handed down through generations.
“It is with great honor that we accept this prestigious award from Field & Stream,” said Graeme Esarey, President of Industrial Revolution, Morakniv’s US distributor. “Morakniv takes great pride in the high quality of their knives and will continue to produce intelligently-designed products that stand the test of time.”
With a 4.3-inch black-coated carbon steel blade designed to resist corrosion, the Bushcraft Black Tactical has been proven to hold up after strenuous testing. The 6.3 oz. Bushcraft Black Tactical has a spine that can also be used with a fire starter and comes with a black MOLLE-compatible sheath made of heavy-duty nylon. MSRP $109.99.
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