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Mora Hunter

18+
£10.95
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This high carbon steel knife has a razor sharp edge and performs superbly for its price. It is a knife designed purely to function and it won`t let you down. The textured plastic handle provides an excellent grip whilst a plastic cooks sheath receives the knife with a reassuring grasp.
SKU:
MORA-11481
Brand:
Mora
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
11.0000
Overall Length:
23.0000
Blade Thickness:
0.2
Warranty:
1 Year
Handle Material:
Polyamide
Newest:
2014-01-15 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
8.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

Description


This high carbon steel knife has a razor sharp edge and performs superbly for its price. It is a knife designed purely to function and it won`t let you down. The textured plastic handle provides an excellent grip whilst a plastic cooks sheath receives the knife with a reassuring grasp.

Specification


SKU:
MORA-11481
Brand:
Mora
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
11.0000
Overall Length:
23.0000
Blade Thickness:
0.2
Warranty:
1 Year
Handle Material:
Polyamide
Newest:
2014-01-15 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
8.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

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Reviews


  • 3
    Not my cup of tea.

    Posted by Fusty on 29th Aug 2019

    This knife didn't do it for me I'm sorry to say. Handle felt too big. Numb. Steel looked good though. Didn't rate the sheath at all. Not a good secure fit. Much preferred the one my Mora 510 came with 20 odd years ago..
    Gave this Mora "Hunter" to my brother for Christmas and he uses it as a kitchen knife, which I think is about right.
    Excellent service from HH.

  • 4
    An often overlooked bargain

    Posted by 342 on 20th Jan 2019

    This knife has a longer blade than the Companion & is quite a bit cheaper. The handle is very ergonomic with a nice,grippy texture. Unfortunately mine came with a slightly misaligned blade which looks bent but is just inaccurately seated in the moulded handle - not bad enough to make it unusable so I'm keeping it. A good starter Bushcraft knife & very useful to many Craftsmen. A bargain at only 9 quid with a 2.5mm. Carbon blade.

  • 5
    Mum loves it.

    Posted by Wesley on 22nd Dec 2018

    I bought this for my mum, as we some how lost a knife she used to use a lot. This is used in the kitchen. It was not as sharp out of the box as I had expected it would be, but after realising you sharpen against the flat side of the edge, it was easier to sharpen than my regular knives since I did not have to free-hand raise the angle to anything as you just lay it flat against it's large working edge. Sharpened quickly, honed in a strop easy and quick.

    My one gripe, is I am not sure if this was from the factory or use with food, but there were a couple of little blemishes on the blade, kind of like as if there was a nickel coating which had flaked off on an area. There's no coating, you just to illustrate the visual look. Not rust, just a dull looking silver. So I used some Peak metal polish, cleaned again and then renaissance waxed it and gave it a quick couple passes on the strop afterwards.

    A great knife and should hold an edge nicely. The fact that it comes with a sheath means it won't self-blunten in the drawer with other metal objects, which is nice!

  • 5
    Excellent Knife

    Posted by Andyman on 15th Apr 2017

    Over the past ten years or so, I've acquired a few fixed blade knives, but this beats them all, bar none, for sheer value. I give it 5 stars for this reason. One or two minor niggles: the sheath isn't brilliant and the knife wasn't as sharp as it could have been out of the box. But I doctored the sheath a bit and got the blade pro-sharpened and I must say it has grown on me. The Mora Hunter is now my favourite knife out of 8 fixed-blades, including a Fallkniven A2, which I love to bits. I'm even a convert to carbon steel, in spite of its higher maintenance factor. This knife holds a razor keen edge for ages, has a fab grip and sits securely in the sheath. To me, it proves that you don't have to spend megabucks to end up with a great, reliable hunting / utility knife.

  • 5
    Mora Hunter - Outstanding

    Posted by Saracen Bill on 16th Jun 2016

    THE Mora Hunter, the same Mora high quality & value as all their other knives.
    Highly recommend for both utility & value . Scandinavian's rock!

  • 4
    Nice knife

    Posted by lures on 24th May 2016

    I always loved this knife but recent production runs now use the 2mm thick blade rather than the old 2.5mm blade. A little disappointed by this though still a great knife. .Heinnies delivery is as always second to none.

  • 5
    Too Good to Miss

    Posted by Man O'The Wildes on 15th Nov 2014

    Very good knife and a grippy handle too.... get some. Delivered within 21 hours. HH is tops!

  • 5
    Great little knife

    Posted by Mike on 22nd Jul 2014

    I've been using this knife for more than a year now, in many outdoor situations, I've carved, processed food, I've battoned 3 inch logs with it, this was my favourite knife even in a home kitchen due to its sharpness - and it was pleasure to work with this knife. Today I came back form fishing with broken blade, but it was my stupidity to baton heavy logs so often :)
    I'll definitely buy another Mora for smaller works, and something heavier duty to processing wood, but overall - highly recommended little blade.
    PS - sharp as hell and holds the edge for months.

  • 4
    Good knife

    Posted by Makingthecut97 on 15th May 2014

    I like this knife it has a slightly thicker blade than a standard clipper, comes nice and sharp. The sheath doesn't retain the knife that well but it does the job, I found the belt loop a little on the small side and can only accept a thin belt. I prefer the clipper as its slightly comfier in my hands and the sheath is a better design, but if you have big hands this is the one to buy.