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Mora Carving #106 (Original) Laminated Blade

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The Mora Carving #106 -  The basic Scandinavian carving knife has a laminated blade with the core hardened to 61 - 62 on the Rockwell Scale.  The unfinished birch wood handle is  sized for average hands. It's supplied with a functional plastic sheath. Other sheaths we carry that would fit this piece are noted below: 

  • JRE-Model G
  • Samson 6BR or 6NA

Item Details: 

  • Blade Thickness: 0.11" (0.27 cm)
  • Blade Length: 3.2" (8.2 cm)
  • Total Length: 7.5" (19.0 cm)
  • Net Weight: 2.7 oz. (76 g)
  • Areas of Use: Wood carving
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime
  • Handle Length: 4 1/4"



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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Great Knife for Flat Plane Carving.

I love this knife. Stays sharp and easily honed when needed.

Anthony DiPietro
Great customer service!!!

I recieved my order very quickly with professional customer service! I highly recommend Ragweed Forge!! Thank you again.

Toad (Miami, US)
Good Carver

I really like this knife. I was reluctant to try a blade this long, and bought the 120 first. I now realize that the 106 pares through wood more quickly with less hand fatigue. Also, the pointier tip reaches those deep recesses for detail work. I use both, but if you only want one, go with the 106.

spencer (Republic, US)
mmmmmmm cat

very good cat taste but its goes amazing with chick-fil-a sauce YouTube video placeholder
John Myshkoff (North Wolf Knives) (Newark, US)
A great carver

I make puukko and Nordic style knives and all my handles are carved with the 106.
Cocobolo, curly birch, English walnut, black ash burl, iron wood, is there a wood this 106 can't slice through? If there is I haven't come across one. This carver will take a razor sharp zero edge and hold it through the task at hand. I also use a 120 laminate and non laminate for carving and leather work. They do it all...well.