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Mora Blade KB 2000 Stainless

Regular price $24.00 USD
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KB-2000; I've gotten requests for the Mora 2000 survival knife blade, so here it is. The stainless blade is about 4 5/8" long, just under an inch wide, and .098" thick.

Stainless steel (12C27) blades hardened to 56-58 on the Rockwell scale.



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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
ed villa (New York, US)
blade in waiting

was a "had to have" now looking thru all my making supplies for the right handle material; to long for "edc"

Ray Clark (Petal, US)

Good looking blade but definitely not as sharp as I had expected

Interesting to hear as I think this is the first time we have ever heard that about a Mora Blade. If you would like to return for a replacement or refund, We would be happy to make that happen.

Anonymous (Seattle, US)
100% satisfied.

Every time I get blades from them, they are absolutely immaculate, mirror finish, shave sharp, no blemishes no nothing that I can see. They look perfect, arrived fast and the quality of the blades, for the price is absolutely amazing.
I plan on continuing with my disability to make knives for a hobby and a little extra money here and there.
But mostly for the hobby people love the way the bldae look and work.
I will always continue to buy my blades from this company, their customer service A+ and the exceptional quality of the blades themselves, there's no reason for me to go anywhere else!
You can see it in my face! and the knifes! 😄
You won't be disappointed if you get the blades you want from this company huge selection of knifes and blades. Parts and material.

Matt Morgan (Walbridge, US)

This blade is stout across the blade and one of the best skinning blades across the tip I've. Ever used .

Dave Dreher (Anchorage, US)
Very nice blade

Ended up buying 4 or 5 of these. Nice stout blade, Accurately touted as a bush craft blade, nice cutting edge. But tip is also nice for piercing. Using the couple built to date in the kitchen for the time being.