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Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. Sharp-angled base for whittling etc.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. 4.2mm / 0.17" blade thickness.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. Lanyard-friendly loop at the end. The tang is full-strength all the way through.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. Some knife action under the Arizona sun.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. Skrama 200 and Skrama 240.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.

Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel

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The Skrama is a versatile heavy-duty bush knife - a tool for chopping, splitting, and even whittling feather sticks! The Skrama 200 is more than a knife but lighter than a bill; above all a solid and dependable companion for carrying comfortably on your belt.

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Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. Sharp-angled base for whittling etc.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. 4.2mm / 0.17" blade thickness.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. Lanyard-friendly loop at the end. The tang is full-strength all the way through.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. Some knife action under the Arizona sun.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel. Skrama 200 and Skrama 240.
Terävä Skrama 200, Carbon Steel.

The Skrama is a versatile heavy-duty bush knife - a tool for chopping, splitting, and even whittling feather sticks! The Skrama 200 is more than a knife but lighter than a bill; above all a solid and dependable companion for carrying comfortably on your belt.

Skrama - as in Scramasax or Seax, a big single-edged knife popular in the early Middle Ages. Much like the Scandinavian Leuku, it serves many purposes. A cool name is always nice and the best ones are those with some history behind them - our 21st-century Skrama would surely meet the demands of any Saxon fighter from "ye good olde days".

The Skrama 200, practically speaking, is a very large knife comparable to the Leuku. You can use it to chop branches and poles, prepare firewood, and gather evergreen twigs for camouflage or sleeping on.

When splitting firewood, you can beat the back of the blade with another piece of wood, the knife is designed to withstand this. The tang is full-length and its end is the lanyard loop. With the handle molded over, it's really not going to loosen or come off.

The heart is the Blade

The Skrama blade is slightly curved with a sheepsfoot tip. The curve helps to rock the knife on a cutting board when cooking. The blade is sharpened to two different angles. Near the grip, a 5 cm / 2" portion has an angle of 25° for whittling and fine work. The rest of the blade has an edge of 34°, which has proven to be excellent for this type of chopping blade.

The hole in the blade serves production purposes - it is used when tempering the blades and later during other steps of manufacturing. Of course, you can come up with your own uses for it too, but most importantly it is there for a purpose, not for decoration!

80CrV2 carbon steel and heat treatment

All Terävä carbon steel knives are made from 80CrV2 tool steel, a trusted choice in Finnish knife manufacturing for decades. The heat treatment leaves the surface of the steel softer, ~52 HRC. This creates a tough exterior to protect the blade. As the blade is ground, the harder (~59 HRC) inside is revealed and improves edge retention. The spine has ground bevels for striking Ferro rods.

The blades have blemishes and stains due to the manufacturing process. These are harmless and can be removed if they bother you.

Care of a carbon steel blade

Carbon steel is easy to sharpen and maintain - you just have to remember to do it. If your knife gets wet in the bush, dry it the best you can. Never store the knife without drying and oiling the blade. Cooking oils are fine for this purpose.

Technical specifications

SpecMetricImperial
Total length350 mm13.8"
Weight (knife only)370 g13.1 oz.
Blade length200 mm7.85"
Blade width39 mm1.5"
Blade thickness4.2 mm0.17"
Main edge34° for chopping
Base edge25° for finer work
SteelCarbon steel 80CrV2, 59 HRC
GripMolded rubber, rough texture

Comparison info

Trying to decide between the Skrama 200 and 240? These two sentences condense the differences in a nutshell: The Skrama 200 takes care of business where a regular-sized knife is insufficient. The Skrama 240 effectively replaces a hookless bill.

Skrama 200 Skrama 240
MetricImperialMetricImperial
Total length350 mm13.8"430 mm16.9"
Blade length200 mm7.85"240 mm9.4"
Blade width39 mm1.5"46 mm1.8"
Weight370 g13.1 oz.520 g18.4 oz

Leather sheath

You can opt to buy the Skrama 200 with a Finnish-made leather sheath. Like the knife itself, it's designed to be a functional and simple item with material choices and work quality representing a tool you will gladly use for a long time.

  • 2 mm / 0.08" vegetable tanned cowhide
  • Skrama Plastic Blade Cover inside
  • 6 cm / 2.4" wide belt loop
  • D-ring hinge to allow movement
  • Retaining strap with snap fastener
  • Leg tie grommet at the tip
  • Drainage hole in the bottom

Varusteleka Terävä

All Terävä knives are manufactured in Kauhava, Finland, by our partners at Laurin Metalli, Finlands leading knife blade manufacturer with roots going back to 1918. A Terävä blade is Finnish craftsmanship, pure and simple! And "Terävä", that's just Finnish for "sharp".

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11.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
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18.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
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19.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
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22.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
Just got mine today and I have not been able to test it out yet but I have used the 240 and this feels as good in hand. Why did I buy the shorter one when I already have the original?
Because of weight! This will be fantastic on longer hikes, but of course you should own both of them :)
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23.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
Terävä products tend to look like someone had a go at some bar stock with a belt sander.

If you can get past that, there's design and value in them; the ur-Skrama, now the 240, is an excellent and useful tool. Someone fussed over this one; the 200 is not a shrunk 240. The sweep of the blade is a little greater and the balance is back into the hand, even compared to short-gripping the 240. While there's (just) enough point-heavy in the 200 to chop with, compared to the 240 the 200 is lighter in the hand, more nimble, and a better slicer. It's not an axe approximation. It is (just!) large enough to do everything you'd want a bush knife for.

If you're the sort of person who packs the axe anyway, even with a 240, the reduced weight is a feature. (or for those of us with less heroic wrists!) If you just like knives, this one is robust, practical, and lively.
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26.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
Yes, you betcha I had to have it after discovering the brand earlier this year. Have the 240 product, the 140 and the 110 and now the awaited 200. 200 is a great piece, feels awesome and solid in the hand. A bit bigger than the Fallkniven A1. Highly Recommend for the price and value. Kindof knife/small chopper a guy could probably take on Naked and Afraid TV show. Lady on there couple weeks ago had the 240.
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27.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
Minusta koko on ideaalinen. Sopivan jämäkkä, että uskaltaa hakata sytykkeitä nuotioon. Puukko on tasapainoinen ja vuoleminen onnistuu hyvin. Käy kaikkiin hommiin mihin kirves on liian kömpelö tai iso. Toimii esim. risukeittimen kanssa tosi hyvin.
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01.05.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
I like this knife it's alot easier to handle than the big skrama and might be alot better to carry in you're backpack.
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Pablo V. 06.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
But why did you choose to shorten it?
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Phillip T. 12.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
Would look AMAZING in a brown sheath to compliment the Puukko
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Thomas R. 23.04.2020 (Edited 06.06.2021)
if you order this with the leather sheath, do you get 2 plastic blade covers? 1 inserted into the sheath and the other on the blade?
or is it just the one on the blade and you have to put it into the sheath?
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Mikael Å. 25.04.2020
I got an leather sheath complete ,the knife and an extra plastic cover .
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