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We have the Mora Companion Heavy Duty back in stock! At just $14.60/ea, 5col Survival Supply is the lowest price online.

Shipping is just $3 for orders up to $50, and we offer FREE SHIPPING for orders over $50.

http://www.5col.net/Companion-11746-Heavy-Duty-Knife/dp/B009NZVZ3E

Mora designed the Companion Heavy Duty Knife to be the most rugged knife in their lineup. They gave it a thicker spine and a wider grind (27 degrees instead of the standard 23) so that it's more effective for batoning. Otherwise, its the same high-quality carbon steel and Scandinavian grind you know and love from the regular Companion.

 

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That's right. It comes with the standard Mora plastic sheath, with drain hole.

I've seen some really nice Kydex sheaths for Mora knives, but they're all custom-made and I haven't found a wholesale supplier for them.
 

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What is the difference between the companion and Mora Robust? I have a robust and love it.

Fixed blade knife with carbon steel blade
Blade Thickness: 0.125" (0.32 cm), Blade Length: 4.1" (10.4 cm), Total Length: 8.9" (22.6 cm), Net Weight: 4.8 oz. (135 g)
 

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What is the difference between the companion and Mora Robust?
This is a good question. We sell both, so I put them side by side and took a photo. The dimensions are nearly identical, with the Robust being 1mm longer, overall. They both weigh 3.6 oz.

Possible differences that matter:
Color--the Mora Heavy Duty is black and olive, while the Robust is gray and black.

Sheath--the sheaths are different colors, and the Robust sheath has an attachment point for another Mora knife. This is because the Robust is designed with tradesmen in mind. Mora feels they might want to carry an additional knife, like the electrician's knife, the rope knife, etc.

Grind--I'm not sure about this, but I THINK the Robust has the standard Mora 23 degree grind on the blade, while the Heavy Duty definitely has a 27 degree grind angle. Both are Mora's Scandinavian Grind. Mora doesn't mention the grind angle for the HighQ Robust. It's hard to tell just by looking at the blades. Anyone is welcome to chime in on this.

We sell the Robust as well, for a very good price (less than the Heavy Duty):
http://www.5col.net/HighQ-Robust-Knife-Carbon-Steel/dp/B00816PZ8W

And the Heavy Duty in orange:
http://www.5col.net/Companion-11867-Heavy-Knife-Orange/dp/B009XDR0NK

Hope this helps!
 
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