The first, the Mora Bushcraft* Black, is from the town of Mora**, in Sweden, and is a mixture of 21st-century technology and a 1,000-year-old blade shape.*** The handle is an ergonomic marvel that is molded from super-tough synthetic rubber, and the tool-steel blade is a 4.3-inch clip point whose profile is identical to that of a knife that survived from when the Vikings were in bloom. The edges of the blade spine are sharp, so you can strike them with a magnesium bar and get sparks. The steel itself has a handsome black finish which is supposed to protect against corrosion, but doesn't. But if you put a drop of oil on the Bushcraft Black blade and spread it around, you'll never have a problem.