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Mora 164S Crook Knife (also known as Spoon Knife) for wood carving, spoon making and bushcraft

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Manufactured by the world renowned knife making company Mora of Sweden, this is known as a crook or spoon knife.

Crook knives are designed with a curved blade in order to gouge out hollow shapes in wood. This model has a single edged blade, which tappers to a pointed tip.

The handle is made of oiled birch and the blade, 52mm in length is made of a high quality stainless steel so it won't rust.

We stock a wide range of Mora tools, please see our other listings. We can get anything in the range so if you can't see what you want message us and I'm sure we can get it.

Please note, these are very sharp, so be careful when using them. Please don't try and buy these if you are under 18 years of age. By buying this you confirm that you are over 18. We recommend wearing protective gloves when you use them, and please be careful when storing them. They don't come with a sheath.


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Mora 164S Crook Knife (also known as Spoon Knife) for wood carving, spoon making and bushcraft

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  • Materials: Stainless Steel Blade, Birch Wood Handle
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