If you're into survival, you've probably seen the Bear Grylls and Les Stroud survival knives. These knives are made for survival, and they are great for that purpose. What these knives have in common is that they, in addition to the knife, has a Swedish firesteel and a diamond sharpener on the sheath so you also can make fire and sharpen your blade if you get lost in the wild.
But now, the over 100-year-old Swedish knife company Mora has launched their own survival knife based on the same consept, a knife that any Mora fanboy would love to wear on his belt when he's out in the wilderness. It features a razor sharp, 4 1/4" long stainless steel blade with a Scandi grind, a plastic sheat with a diamond sharpener glued onto the outside, and a giant Swedish firesteel that will last for a long, long time.
The knife itself is a Mora Bushcraft Force, which is the most sturdy and heavy-duty knife that Mora ever have made. The blade is 3.2 mm thick, which is much thicker than a ordinary Mora blade. And because of its razor sharp Scandi grind, it's great for making feather sticks, cleaning game, carving, etc. And even though it's made of stainless steel, it will both take an edge and hold an edge pretty well because of the amazing Sandvik steel the Swedes use.
So if you're planning to buy a survival knife in the nearest future, make sure to include the Mora Bushcraft Survival on your list.