Morakniv Craftline Allround 711 Fixed Blade Knife (4" Satin Plain)

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Item #BHQ-20152


  • Overall Length:9.00"
  • Blade Length:4.00"
  • Cutting Edge:4.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.10"
  • Blade Material:High Carbon Steel
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.00"
  • Handle Thickness:0.90"
  • Handle Material:Rubber
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:3.27 oz.
  • Sheath:Polypropylene
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:Mora
  • Model:Craftline Allround
  • Model Number:711
  • Country of Origin:Sweden
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry, Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife


This Morakniv Allround 711 fixed blade knife has been developed for and in collaboration with demanding professionals within the construction and industrial sectors. This Mora of Sweden fixed blade features a textured high-friction grip and ergonomically designed handle with red accent that facilitates work and prevents work-related and repetitive strain injuries. This knife has substantial finger protection. The carbon steel satin-finish clip point blade is razor sharp and features a Scandi grind. Includes black plastic sheath.


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Budget Bushcrafter
Charles C.
With a palm-swelling, textured, ergonomic handle, you can use this knife all day without even a hint of fatigue, and no risk of slippage, even in the slickest conditions.

The handle is also a full 5 inches long, dwarfing the the 4-inch blade, making it a viable option for even those with the biggest mitts, and ensuring a secure grasp under all conditions.

The handle is very neutral, so it works in every conceivable grip, making every task from fine wood carving to game-skinning easy and comfortable. And the integral guard even means that aggressive stabbing/piercing motions are safe with this knife. "Allround" is the right name for it.

The Scandi grind is, of course, razor sharp from the factory, and is easy to touch up or even completely restore if you manage to beat the knife completely up.

The blade stock is thinner than the Bushcraft Black and the Garberg, making it a better slicer, and therefore a better camp knife and food preparation tool, but it's still quite robust and will stand up to a good bit of abuse. It's also virtually weightless to carry.

The only down sides to the knife are the unfinished spine (which can be corrected with a file in a few strokes), and the sheath, which is designed for button attachment only (no belt clip). A loop of paracord solves that problem and turns it into a dangler, and it has a good thumb ramp for ease of deployment.

It's a near perfect budget bushcraft, hiking, and camp knife, or anything-else-you-might-want-to-do-with-a-knife knife, to be perfectly honest.