Maybe I didn't need to add the Amerimutt line but it's not even close to bait, anon. The Bushcraft handle has the worst ergonomics of probably any mora knife aside from the wooden classic with a weird banana shape and finger groove that makes power cuts (where you put a lot of force into the knife) and detailed cuts (where you grip the knife close to the blade) uncomfortable. The materials used doesn't hold up very well to dirt and grime and gets downright disgusting if you get fish or game guts on it. It's also surprisingly slippery. The sheath is cheap and doesn't have a positive click.
The Kansbol in comparison has great ergonomics for any cutting task. The blade's profile makes it equally excellent for wood carving and gutting fish and is just plain sexy, probably the best looking More in hand by far. The handle looks slippery but it's actually got excellent grip with a rubbery outer texture and a plastic core from some type of nylon composite so feels harder and much more premium. The sheath has a positive click that firmly locks in the knife. The belt look is detachable (again, positive click) and made from some type of faux leather which also feels premium in hand.
I'm telling you, 100%, the Kanbol is the much, much better knife. It's literally Mora turning a corner and finding a sweetspot between price and quality. If the older designs felt like Moras this feels, in terms of quality, much more like a FRN Spyderco (but even a little bit better) at less than half the price. There is no other knife in Mora's assortment that even comes close.