Multi functional scout knife Gurza-2 is one of the first knives by the world famous brand “Kizlyar”.
Can be used as a carving knife.
On both sides of the blade, there is an embossed three-dimensional pattern of a snake, made by deep etching. The details requiring fine work are carried out by hand.
‘Skif’ is the Russian name for the Scythians or Skiffs – the group of the Northern Black Sea tribes. In ancient times the Skiffs were known as nomadic stock-raising people, living in caravans, eating milk and meat, bearing severe warlike manners, gained the fame of invincible. In the Russian chronicles of the 17th the Skiffs were considered the forefathers of the medieval Russians.
The Kizlyar Skif is a greatest gift for every tourist or hunter. The reliable blade does not go blunt or rust. It easily cuts fish and meat with bones.
The universal shape of the blade is versatile enough for most tasks possible.
The Kizlyar Varan and Anchar knife series are remarkable for an unusual form of the blade. They feature a common cosy and ergonomic handle with barrel-shaped middle part.
The slabs of the handle are made of Caucasian walnut and fixed with five rivets of stainless steel. The pommel features a lanyard hole made as a flared stainless steel tube.
The shape of the Varan’s blade is the scimitar (yatagan) type, ie it resembles a short sword with a curved blade that broadens towards the point.
The knife is inspired by, designed and named after the largest venomous snake in the territory of the former USSR.
Gurza (Levantine viper) is a great hunter. First, it waits waiting for its victim on the ground or on a tree. Once a careless animal approaches the reptile, it makes a lightning shot, grabs and no longer releases its prey.
The snake’s body length including the tail can reach almost 7 feet and its weigh – up to 6 pounds.
The viper is one of the most dangerous snakes for animals and humans, it attacks without warning.