• Bahco 2444 Carpenter Mora Multi Purpose Knife
  • Bahco 2444 Carpenter Mora Multi Purpose Knife
  • Bahco 2444 Carpenter Mora Multi Purpose Knife
Bahco 2444 Carpenter Mora Multi Purpose Knife
Bahco 2444 Carpenter Mora Multi Purpose Knife
Bahco 2444 Carpenter Mora Multi Purpose Knife

Bahco 2444 Carpenter Mora Multi Purpose Knife

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  • 9 inches long
  • Polished stainless steel blade
  • Two component handle for comfortable grip
  • Ideal for fishermen hunters and for working in the garden
  • Comes with a holster

Customer Reviews

Great saw! Have I taken the Laplander saw on over 50 hiking and camping trips and it has held up like no other. Still razor sharp and flys through wood! I've cut down small trees with this thing one handed it's great to use it does not leave my side on any hiking or camping trip I take. Haven't used the knife that it came with at all though not a fan of the handle ergo's just kinda blocky feeling.Pros1.) Saw cuts fast2.) Saw stays very sharp3.) Saw feels great in hand4.) Knife came very sharpCons1.) Saw will bend some if in a bind2.) Knife isn't very comfortable in hand 5Great saw! Recently purchased this saw and knife and used the saw on a backpacking trip along the AT in northern Georgia. I used it to cut down a 40-ft dead tree with trunk diameter of about 4-inches and then used it to cut up the tree into fire-logs. It did amazing. Highly recommend this saw. 5It's a $10 knife. What could you expect? Well, if you don't already know, then I'll tell you. This knife is only about ten bucks, sure, but it is so much more useful than any cheap Chinese hunk of plastic and steel. The lock into the sheath is definitive and sturdy, the fit and finish is more than expected for the cost. And here's the kicker; it's out of the box sharpness. Now usually, being that I am a knife lover, I almost never take OOTB sharpness into account because I tend to just sharpen my knives myself. Usually though, those knives are worth the effort because they actually cost substantially more than this one, so I figured I'd just stick with however sharp this knife came from the factory with. And that's where I was stunned. I don't know if this was just in my case, but this thing is genuinely hair-popping sharp. I mean, I shaved half my left arm before I could comprehend that a $10 knife came from the factory this freaking sharp. That's when I took a closer look and realized that the secondary bevel (the bevel that meets at the edge itself) is almost non-existant. I mean, this thing is only like 1/64 of an inch wide! That means the the first bevel was ground super thin prior to the second bevel. I would never expect to see that with something in this price range. Now I'm sure you already know that this knife isn't actually made by snap-on/bahco, but rather that it is manufactured for them by Morakniv of Sweden. I honestly bought this one simply because I needed to spend $10 to get free shipping for another knife. I figured, for the price of shipping and maybe a beer, I could have a beater knife, so I pulled the trigger. Let me tell you, if you've read this far, then you should just buy the darn thing. Only time will tell how durable it is, but from what I've seen with knives, I can already tell that I am likely going to enjoy this knife for years to come. I'll probably be buying the three-pack the next time I need one. And for the price, if I wanted to, I could treat this thing like a disposable and toss it when it gets dull. Probably won't do that, but if you really wanted to, you could.Tl;dr ITS SCARY SHARP AND WORTH THE MONEY. JUST BUY IT ALREADY. 5the saw in this set is awesome, should get a five star just by itself Ok, for those who don't know, the saw in this set is awesome, should get a five star just by itself. Very compact say when folded, I can easily carry it in my pack or my messenger bag when camping/hiking. The ergo design handle is super comfortable when sawing through logs or even 2x4's, but the best feature I like about it is the locking mechanism. The blade will not open unless you push the release button to open it, perfect if you have small kids like I do (unless your kids have hulk strength!). The blade will also not close on you since it locks into place with the same release button. Very good product. The knife is a good knife, it's what prompted me to rate 4/5. The scandi grind is razor sharp right out of the box and I can easily process small wood down to build fires with this. The handle is very comfortable, and I have never felt a worry about my hand slipping off and running across the blade. The only downfall (and this is due to my outdoor adventures) it will not work well with a ferro rod or firesteel. This is a minor thing, but I personally like to carry just a knife when out doors with my ferro rods, but this is just me. I have used this thing over a year now almost daily and it still has a razor sharp edge, never sharpened it, never stropped it. I do take care of my tools and not abuse them, so that might be a factor. All in all, great set, every outdoors men (and women) should have one. Hope this help! 4Are you contemplating between Bahco or Corona? I cut down numerous trees ranging from 2-7 ft using the BahCo Laplander and Corona RS 7265 last weekend. Like many people, I was contemplating between the Bahco, Corona and Silky. For me, Silky is the clear winner but I have removed it from this comparison as it's much more expensive than the two. I purchased the 7in. Bahco for $20 on Amazon and 10in. Corona for $20 at a local hardware store so I figure it's a fair comparison. I noticed that on multiple reviews, people state that the Corona RS cuts faster and are overall better than the Bahco. While this is true, atleast for the first 10 cuts or so, I wonder if they used the saw extensively before writing their review.After 5 hours of cutting, the Corona became dull and there were lot of blade play. The blades were also bent out of shape. The Bahco in the other hand, retained straight blade and still cuts like when it was brand new.While I agree with most people that say that the Corona is a good saw for the price, I cannot agree on it's build quality. The Bahco easily trumps the Corona in terms of build quality. It's smaller, more consistent and durable compared to the popular Corona RS.If you're wanting to get a long term use of the saw, or not wanting to replace the blade after each work session, get the Bahco. 5An excellent saw and knife at a price point you can't beat. This saw works great! I carry it in my day pack or in a pants pocket, in the woods. It locks closed and open. I consider this a very nice safety feature. The knife is a Morakniv with Bahco's name on it. I already had two of the Morakniv knives, but I ordered the combo, so I could give the knife to my wife. I couldn't buy the same knife separately, for what I paid for it in the combo pack. I'll be buying another of the Laplander Pruning saws soon. Not because of any problems, but because anything I consider essential, is worth having two of. 5excellent Ah, the infamous Bahco Laplander. Now I see why it is revered. It is a great saw. These, the Silky's, and the Corona are very popular and often touted, compared, and argued about. I can't speak about the Silky's, I'm sure they are great... but I do own the Corona and find the Bahco to be a much better saw. I can see how some might say the Corona is 'faster'... but I think that may be related to it being slightly bigger, and also to a large degree, user preference (regarding push/pull cutting). I find the cutting of the Bahco to be superior and have a more natural 'feel' to it (may be something with the push/pull of the 2 saws, I will have to read up on that a little, don't quite get it). But I don't like the cutting action of the Corona at all, it sometimes tries to bend, drag, and just feels 'dull' even tho it cuts. The Laplander just feels very sharp, and very efficient, and well made in the hand. Had mine for a little over 2 years and held up very well (fair amount of use, cut a LOT of 1/2" to 3" dia. firewood). I frequently start out my work at the wood pile with the Corona in an effort to get use out of it, give it a fair shake, and frequently compare the 2... I always regret it, and quickly reach for the Bahco to finish the job. This is for trees and firewood mind you, perhaps folks are doing yard work/landscaping with them, and is why people like the Corona. I would say it cuts palm fronds better and faster than the Bahco. Not real wood. For a bushcraft/camping saw, Laplander wins resoundingly.Purchased another one this year as a backup since replacement blades can't really be found, you just gotta buy another saw. 5Bahco Laplander vs Silky Pocket Boy It s long past time I replaced my ancient, rusted-out folding backpacking saw. I ve carried that thing for maybe twenty years, used it exclusively for fire prep on backcountry camping trips, usually for cutting deadwood off of mostly pine and oak trees. I sat down to do my research, and found glowing reviews of both the Laplander and the Pocket Boy. The more I read, the more I was sure that I wanted one of these saw... but which one? Being kinda obsessive, I settled on both. So, which one is better? Hard to say.They weigh almost exactly the same (181 grams for Laplander, 173 for the Pocket Boy). No real advantage to either for backpacking.The Laplander is very slightly longer, both in blade and handle. Longer reach, but takes up a little more room in the pack. No real advantage to either for backpacking.The Laplander definitely feels better in my hands. Longer handle means more options for grip. The Pocket Boy has a contoured handle that can really be held only one way. It s quite comfortable, but very definite about how to grip. The Laplander s handle is curved, but not contoured. Very small advantage to the Laplander for comfort.They both performed very well on cutting up pine, redwood, Douglas fir, and oak. The Laplander is a very good, fast saw - far better than my old camping saw, and better than the fixed-blade Sandvik saw in my workshop. But the Silky cuts like dark magic. The Silky goes through wood with almost zero effort. You just drag it through, and it does all,the work for you. No question here, point goes to the Silky.So, anyway, the short version is that both are great camping saws, and it s entirely a matter of personal preference. As for me, the Silky is going into my pack, and the Laplander will be working with me in the back yard. 5Great saw for even bigger wood I took this on a backpacking trip in addition to an axe to see how it would work out. One site was covered in downed trees and took a lot of clearing to even make a suitable tent site. This saw handled everything I threw at it and then some.First the cutting ability. Small branches 1-3" in diameter are cut in moments. Small trees/heavy branches 3-5" in diameter are easily cut through without any real binding of the blade. Young trees of 6-8" in diameter are even doable. At that point it takes a little more time but not so much that you're exhausted from the effort. If the wood is smaller than the blade is long this saw can handle it. I didn't need the axe to cut the heavy wood in my way as this saw handled it pretty well. Now should you be using a small handsaw to cut trees that size? There are better tools, but in the absence of those, this will hack it.The durability is excellent as well. I used this saw to cut a lot of stuff that is awfully big for a hand saw and on the last day I wasn't careful and slipped on a small branch. Despite the previous heavy use the teeth were still extremely sharp and even a glancing graze left clean cuts from each tooth.The grip is very nice as well. The handle material is a grippy rubbery type material that can be held in the center of the handle for normal use. The end of the handle has a palm swell that can be used to adjust the angle of cutting or to cut at an awkward angle safely and effectively. In short it feels great.Cliffs notes: cuts great even big stuff, stays sharp, comfortable handle material and shape even for longer sawing. Awesome for camping/backpacking in place of axe. 5Bahco Saw/Knife combo pack A+++++ I don't do a lot of reviews but I am thoroughly impressed with this combo. I was not in the market for a knife but the price was right so I took a chance. I had decided on the saw well before finding it here and let me tell you it did not disappoint. I used it to prune some growth off of the lower section of my oak trees, because I don't like being on a ladder with a chainsaw going, and the saw performed excellent. With what seemed like only a few strokes I was through the oak branches. It worked so well I even used the saw to break them down further into more manageable pieces. The saw is great and all reviews saying so were correct. Now the knife. Like I said I was not in the market for one but I went ahead and got the combo figuring "can you really have enough knives". It is Stainless (or at least mine is) so I decided to add it to my camping gear for a food only knife. Went camping a few weeks back and this thing was great. Razor sharp out of the box, well used during the trip and still just as sharp so I am happy with its ability to hold its edge and the knife itself seems very well built. Overall I am very pleased. Only thing I would like better, and this is my personal preference, would be if the saw was Orange like the knife. I can see it being easy to lose in its current state of green and I hate painting tools just so I wont lose them in the woods and it makes them look like...........well it makes them ugly. 5
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Description
  • 9 inches long
  • Polished stainless steel blade
  • Two component handle for comfortable grip
  • Ideal for fishermen hunters and for working in the garden
  • Comes with a holster
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great saw! Have I taken the Laplander saw on over 50 hiking and camping trips and it has held up like no other. Still razor sharp and flys through wood! I've cut down small trees with this thing one handed it's great to use it does not leave my side on any hiking or camping trip I take. Haven't used the knife that it came with at all though not a fan of the handle ergo's just kinda blocky feeling.Pros1.) Saw cuts fast2.) Saw stays very sharp3.) Saw feels great in hand4.) Knife came very sharpCons1.) Saw will bend some if in a bind2.) Knife isn't very comfortable in hand 5Great saw! Recently purchased this saw and knife and used the saw on a backpacking trip along the AT in northern Georgia. I used it to cut down a 40-ft dead tree with trunk diameter of about 4-inches and then used it to cut up the tree into fire-logs. It did amazing. Highly recommend this saw. 5It's a $10 knife. What could you expect? Well, if you don't already know, then I'll tell you. This knife is only about ten bucks, sure, but it is so much more useful than any cheap Chinese hunk of plastic and steel. The lock into the sheath is definitive and sturdy, the fit and finish is more than expected for the cost. And here's the kicker; it's out of the box sharpness. Now usually, being that I am a knife lover, I almost never take OOTB sharpness into account because I tend to just sharpen my knives myself. Usually though, those knives are worth the effort because they actually cost substantially more than this one, so I figured I'd just stick with however sharp this knife came from the factory with. And that's where I was stunned. I don't know if this was just in my case, but this thing is genuinely hair-popping sharp. I mean, I shaved half my left arm before I could comprehend that a $10 knife came from the factory this freaking sharp. That's when I took a closer look and realized that the secondary bevel (the bevel that meets at the edge itself) is almost non-existant. I mean, this thing is only like 1/64 of an inch wide! That means the the first bevel was ground super thin prior to the second bevel. I would never expect to see that with something in this price range. Now I'm sure you already know that this knife isn't actually made by snap-on/bahco, but rather that it is manufactured for them by Morakniv of Sweden. I honestly bought this one simply because I needed to spend $10 to get free shipping for another knife. I figured, for the price of shipping and maybe a beer, I could have a beater knife, so I pulled the trigger. Let me tell you, if you've read this far, then you should just buy the darn thing. Only time will tell how durable it is, but from what I've seen with knives, I can already tell that I am likely going to enjoy this knife for years to come. I'll probably be buying the three-pack the next time I need one. And for the price, if I wanted to, I could treat this thing like a disposable and toss it when it gets dull. Probably won't do that, but if you really wanted to, you could.Tl;dr ITS SCARY SHARP AND WORTH THE MONEY. JUST BUY IT ALREADY. 5the saw in this set is awesome, should get a five star just by itself Ok, for those who don't know, the saw in this set is awesome, should get a five star just by itself. Very compact say when folded, I can easily carry it in my pack or my messenger bag when camping/hiking. The ergo design handle is super comfortable when sawing through logs or even 2x4's, but the best feature I like about it is the locking mechanism. The blade will not open unless you push the release button to open it, perfect if you have small kids like I do (unless your kids have hulk strength!). The blade will also not close on you since it locks into place with the same release button. Very good product. The knife is a good knife, it's what prompted me to rate 4/5. The scandi grind is razor sharp right out of the box and I can easily process small wood down to build fires with this. The handle is very comfortable, and I have never felt a worry about my hand slipping off and running across the blade. The only downfall (and this is due to my outdoor adventures) it will not work well with a ferro rod or firesteel. This is a minor thing, but I personally like to carry just a knife when out doors with my ferro rods, but this is just me. I have used this thing over a year now almost daily and it still has a razor sharp edge, never sharpened it, never stropped it. I do take care of my tools and not abuse them, so that might be a factor. All in all, great set, every outdoors men (and women) should have one. Hope this help! 4Are you contemplating between Bahco or Corona? I cut down numerous trees ranging from 2-7 ft using the BahCo Laplander and Corona RS 7265 last weekend. Like many people, I was contemplating between the Bahco, Corona and Silky. For me, Silky is the clear winner but I have removed it from this comparison as it's much more expensive than the two. I purchased the 7in. Bahco for $20 on Amazon and 10in. Corona for $20 at a local hardware store so I figure it's a fair comparison. I noticed that on multiple reviews, people state that the Corona RS cuts faster and are overall better than the Bahco. While this is true, atleast for the first 10 cuts or so, I wonder if they used the saw extensively before writing their review.After 5 hours of cutting, the Corona became dull and there were lot of blade play. The blades were also bent out of shape. The Bahco in the other hand, retained straight blade and still cuts like when it was brand new.While I agree with most people that say that the Corona is a good saw for the price, I cannot agree on it's build quality. The Bahco easily trumps the Corona in terms of build quality. It's smaller, more consistent and durable compared to the popular Corona RS.If you're wanting to get a long term use of the saw, or not wanting to replace the blade after each work session, get the Bahco. 5An excellent saw and knife at a price point you can't beat. This saw works great! I carry it in my day pack or in a pants pocket, in the woods. It locks closed and open. I consider this a very nice safety feature. The knife is a Morakniv with Bahco's name on it. I already had two of the Morakniv knives, but I ordered the combo, so I could give the knife to my wife. I couldn't buy the same knife separately, for what I paid for it in the combo pack. I'll be buying another of the Laplander Pruning saws soon. Not because of any problems, but because anything I consider essential, is worth having two of. 5excellent Ah, the infamous Bahco Laplander. Now I see why it is revered. It is a great saw. These, the Silky's, and the Corona are very popular and often touted, compared, and argued about. I can't speak about the Silky's, I'm sure they are great... but I do own the Corona and find the Bahco to be a much better saw. I can see how some might say the Corona is 'faster'... but I think that may be related to it being slightly bigger, and also to a large degree, user preference (regarding push/pull cutting). I find the cutting of the Bahco to be superior and have a more natural 'feel' to it (may be something with the push/pull of the 2 saws, I will have to read up on that a little, don't quite get it). But I don't like the cutting action of the Corona at all, it sometimes tries to bend, drag, and just feels 'dull' even tho it cuts. The Laplander just feels very sharp, and very efficient, and well made in the hand. Had mine for a little over 2 years and held up very well (fair amount of use, cut a LOT of 1/2" to 3" dia. firewood). I frequently start out my work at the wood pile with the Corona in an effort to get use out of it, give it a fair shake, and frequently compare the 2... I always regret it, and quickly reach for the Bahco to finish the job. This is for trees and firewood mind you, perhaps folks are doing yard work/landscaping with them, and is why people like the Corona. I would say it cuts palm fronds better and faster than the Bahco. Not real wood. For a bushcraft/camping saw, Laplander wins resoundingly.Purchased another one this year as a backup since replacement blades can't really be found, you just gotta buy another saw. 5Bahco Laplander vs Silky Pocket Boy It s long past time I replaced my ancient, rusted-out folding backpacking saw. I ve carried that thing for maybe twenty years, used it exclusively for fire prep on backcountry camping trips, usually for cutting deadwood off of mostly pine and oak trees. I sat down to do my research, and found glowing reviews of both the Laplander and the Pocket Boy. The more I read, the more I was sure that I wanted one of these saw... but which one? Being kinda obsessive, I settled on both. So, which one is better? Hard to say.They weigh almost exactly the same (181 grams for Laplander, 173 for the Pocket Boy). No real advantage to either for backpacking.The Laplander is very slightly longer, both in blade and handle. Longer reach, but takes up a little more room in the pack. No real advantage to either for backpacking.The Laplander definitely feels better in my hands. Longer handle means more options for grip. The Pocket Boy has a contoured handle that can really be held only one way. It s quite comfortable, but very definite about how to grip. The Laplander s handle is curved, but not contoured. Very small advantage to the Laplander for comfort.They both performed very well on cutting up pine, redwood, Douglas fir, and oak. The Laplander is a very good, fast saw - far better than my old camping saw, and better than the fixed-blade Sandvik saw in my workshop. But the Silky cuts like dark magic. The Silky goes through wood with almost zero effort. You just drag it through, and it does all,the work for you. No question here, point goes to the Silky.So, anyway, the short version is that both are great camping saws, and it s entirely a matter of personal preference. As for me, the Silky is going into my pack, and the Laplander will be working with me in the back yard. 5Great saw for even bigger wood I took this on a backpacking trip in addition to an axe to see how it would work out. One site was covered in downed trees and took a lot of clearing to even make a suitable tent site. This saw handled everything I threw at it and then some.First the cutting ability. Small branches 1-3" in diameter are cut in moments. Small trees/heavy branches 3-5" in diameter are easily cut through without any real binding of the blade. Young trees of 6-8" in diameter are even doable. At that point it takes a little more time but not so much that you're exhausted from the effort. If the wood is smaller than the blade is long this saw can handle it. I didn't need the axe to cut the heavy wood in my way as this saw handled it pretty well. Now should you be using a small handsaw to cut trees that size? There are better tools, but in the absence of those, this will hack it.The durability is excellent as well. I used this saw to cut a lot of stuff that is awfully big for a hand saw and on the last day I wasn't careful and slipped on a small branch. Despite the previous heavy use the teeth were still extremely sharp and even a glancing graze left clean cuts from each tooth.The grip is very nice as well. The handle material is a grippy rubbery type material that can be held in the center of the handle for normal use. The end of the handle has a palm swell that can be used to adjust the angle of cutting or to cut at an awkward angle safely and effectively. In short it feels great.Cliffs notes: cuts great even big stuff, stays sharp, comfortable handle material and shape even for longer sawing. Awesome for camping/backpacking in place of axe. 5Bahco Saw/Knife combo pack A+++++ I don't do a lot of reviews but I am thoroughly impressed with this combo. I was not in the market for a knife but the price was right so I took a chance. I had decided on the saw well before finding it here and let me tell you it did not disappoint. I used it to prune some growth off of the lower section of my oak trees, because I don't like being on a ladder with a chainsaw going, and the saw performed excellent. With what seemed like only a few strokes I was through the oak branches. It worked so well I even used the saw to break them down further into more manageable pieces. The saw is great and all reviews saying so were correct. Now the knife. Like I said I was not in the market for one but I went ahead and got the combo figuring "can you really have enough knives". It is Stainless (or at least mine is) so I decided to add it to my camping gear for a food only knife. Went camping a few weeks back and this thing was great. Razor sharp out of the box, well used during the trip and still just as sharp so I am happy with its ability to hold its edge and the knife itself seems very well built. Overall I am very pleased. Only thing I would like better, and this is my personal preference, would be if the saw was Orange like the knife. I can see it being easy to lose in its current state of green and I hate painting tools just so I wont lose them in the woods and it makes them look like...........well it makes them ugly. 5
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