I have long been a fanatic of Mora laminated steel for their wood carving knives. The knives that use this laminated steel are strong, long wearing, and razor-sharp right out of the package. I didn’t think things could get any better, that is, until somebody added a top quality spark rod to one of these knives. The Light My Fire Swedish FireKnife is the result of a collaboration between Light My Fire and Mora of Sweden. Together they have created a sharp and sturdy knife with a built-in fire starter. The knife is crafted from Sandvik 12C27 stainless-steel. The 3.5 inch blade sits in a rubberized handle, which contains the hidden fire starter rod. The double beveled blade cuts like a champ, plowing through leather pieces, wood carving and cutting one inch webbing like it was paper. Opt for the stainless steel, which has eliminated the most common complaint about Mora steel: how easily it rusts. Swedish FireSteel firestarter is one of the best quality ferrocerrium rods on the market today. The cascade of 5,400°F sparks is plentiful and easy to strike, making it great for everyday campfire starting and survival purposes alike. The FireSteel works equally well if dry or wet, and at all altitudes. This spark rod needs to be twisted to unlock it from the handle, which is a great feature to keep your fire starter safely in place until you need it. Altogether, the knife, spark rod and sturdy plastic sheath only weigh a little over 4 ounces. They are available in several color choices (I recommend the orange color for safety and visibility), and retail around $35. Scoff if you like, but even though this knife has a skinny little rat tail tang stuck in a plastic handle, the quality of the blade and the spark rod leave this knife is sitting solid in my number two position.