I was out by a commercial fishing supply house today and dropped in to see what they had in the way of Mora knives. I found one of the newer Mora Companion knives and liked it enough to buy one. It has some improvements over the older Moras, with a thicker blade (0.98") and a rubbery coating in the handle. The top of the blade is finished with a good right angle so it can be used for scraping a firesteel. It weighs 4.1oz with the sheath. I paid $15.28, tax and all. My only complaint is that the sheath is right hand only.
This is a perfect knife for everyday trial use. It is excellent for food prep, cleaning a trout, or general repairs. I wouldn't be afraid to baton small stuff with it and it will certainly make fuzz sticks and shavings for fire building.
*Blade is 3-7/8" long x 13/16" wide x 0.098" thick Sandvik 12c27 Swedish Stainless Steel Hardened to 57HRC
*9" long overall with sheath
*Traditional Scandinavian ground blade profile delivered razor sharp
*Slip resistant flexible plastic overmolded handle grip
*Secure plastic sheath with belt clip fits belts up to 1-3/4" wide