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Classic Swedish Scout Knife by E. Jönsson of Mora
Classic Swedish Scout Knife by E. Jönsson of Mora

Classic Swedish Scout Knife by E. Jönsson of Mora

£9.9583 Inc VAT
(Approx $13.7016)
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The Classic Scout Knife made by E. Jönsson of Mora has been developed with young whittlers firmly in mind. The knife is available in three sizes, each sporting a very sharp blade and finger guard. The handle is made from oiled birch and each knife is supplied with a leather sheath. Please note the sheaths are sometimes decorated with images or patterns and sometimes they are blank. Supplied at random.

These knives are perfect for youngsters who want to learn how to whittle and they are also ideal as a first bushcraft knife.

Adult supervision must be carried out at all times, these knives are designed for children and young adults, but they are every bit as sharp as professional woodcarving tools.

Sizes available:

Small Blade - 6.5cm (overall 14cm)
Medium Blade - 8.5cm (overall 18cm)
Large Blade - 9cm (overall 19.5cm)

Not for sale to persons under the age of 18

By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. We will run checks to establish your age, so please enter your correct date of birth at the checkout. If it doesn't match we will not dispatch! This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.


"Ordered the medium blade for our 10yo son... really, really sharp! The knife is well balanced and easy to handle and makes short work of most whittling tasks. I would order again but would perhaps have gone for the rounded tip as we have already had a puncture wound :-( (all my fault, should have made him wear gloves!). All in all, a great knife but be very, very careful with it."

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