When you first look at the Voron-3 Kizlyar knife you immediately dream of owning it.
The knife is made laconically, without any frills. The handle’s elastron and anti-glare coating of the blade give it a kind of tactic orientation.
The Voron (“Raven” in Russian) is one of Kizlar’s first duo-form military knives. It is produced since the very early days of the manufacture. The version #3 is sold chiefly in Russia, for the particular design (without a prominent finger guard) does not fall under the “cold weapon legislation/restrictions”.
The Condor-3 Kizlyar Knife is another strong and aggressive tactical knife. It looks impressive, no frills.
The knife is moderately massive and at the same time is well balanced. The blade shape is the “American tanto”.
Analogous to other knives of the “bird” series, its form taken from the wild and is a replica of the extreme feathers of the condor’s wing.
The protruding rib on the blade divides it into two parts, making it incredibly durable, like a bayonet.
The knife pierces the windshield of the car (triplex) without damage to itself.
The Yenisei – is the largest Russian river system flowing to the Arctic Ocean.
The name itself means “spring flood” in the Evenki language.
The length of the river is 2166 miles. The Siberians epithetically call it the Yenisei-Father.
The Kizlyar Yenisei-2 is the longer brother of the Kizlyar Baikal. Hence it is destined for heavier tasks and combat duties. The Yenisei-2 is a super-tough utility knife serving efficiently in the situation of any kind. Be it a simple camp task, a more serious survival situation or even a heavy combat duty.
The Kizlyar T-1 combines the properties of a light ax, a carving knife and a survival knife. It copes with a range of difficult camping and hunting tasks. The powerful blade provides the false edge on the butt. This is used for cutting bones and thick branches. The handle ends with flat metal protrusion used as a hammer and an ice ax.
Due to its of its formidability, heaviness and capability the Kizlyar T-1 is very popular among soldiers and emergency workers.
Special immersion type leather sheath conceal the knife for ¾ of its length ensuring its safe storage and reliable protection from accidental cuts.
The knife does not apply to melee weapons.
Kizlyar Piranya (piranha) is a very handsome, strong and light knife of a smoothly curved shape in the Oriental style. Its look suits its name since it resembles the fish after which is named.
For the obvious reasons, the manufacturer refers Piranya to the category of cutting and skinning knives, though depending on the application, it can be called a reserve, auxiliary, self-defense or concealed carry knife.
“Orlan” is the Russian name of the Sea Eagle.
The Orlan-2 Kizlyar Knife is a perennial favorite and market leader in many countries due to its aggressive military design, structural strength, practicality and reliability.
In the hand it feels like a knife and an ax in one subject. Solid, comfortable, well-balanced.
The Kolyma is a river run for 1322 miles trough Yakutia and Magadan region of Russia. The severe land of miners and convicts.
The Kizlyar Kolyma (Kallima) is a handsom and sharp pocket knife made in military style. The balance is shifted slightly towards the tip. The center of gravity is exactly in the area of the guard. The S-shaped blade is slightly arched.
The Irtysh is the most powerful and the longest river in Russia, the second extent in Asia and sixth in the world (3361 miles).
The Irtish-2 is a latest addition to the Kizlyar's range of military knives. It is designed both for heavy outdoor and combat tasks.
The spear-shape of the blade with fullers resembles a classic sword-bayonet. With its most efficient piercing capability and long cutting edge, it remains a very practical outdoor and utility knife.
Kizlyar Stervets is a pronounced throwing knife. Its bold and aggressive appearance immediately attracts attention due to its brutal beauty.
Athletic design, black coating and excellent balance (the center of gravity is moved closer to the tip) creates the impression that the blade can hit the target in any throw, from any position.
Its double-edged blade is shaped like a spear. The steel frame is cord-wound near the handle. If necessary, the cord can be removed for replacement or cleaning.
Bars – is the Russian name for leopard, a wild animal of the cat family.
The Kizlyar Bars is the knife which has got its name for a rapid and aggressive design.
To lock the blade in the open position the Bars uses a liner-lock. This construction completely eliminates the possibility of unauthorized folding of the blade during operation.
The Pechora is a versatile all-around work knife fit for almost any task, be it indoor or outdoor. It is named after the Pechora river running through the Northern Ural mountains in the Komi province of Russia.
The knife features a finest wide blade ideal for both utilitarian purposes and hunting tasks, such as skinning game animal and butchering.
“Strannik” is a Russian notion close to “rover” – a person who spends their time wandering.
The Kizlyar Strannik is classic Scandinavian Puukko knife.
By design, it is a descendant of the sapper knife produced for special units of the Red Army, the NKVD-KGB, SMERSH (military intelligence during WWII).
In contrast to the combat model, the sapper has no guard. This peculiarity was immediately appreciated in the Military Intelligence, the Airborne Forces and the Navy as the knife is very convenient in in landing or concealed crawling movement.
Kizlyar Karachaevskiy (Karachai) is an absolutely authentic knife designed and developed in ancient times of the Caucasian peoples.
Along with a gun, a sword and a dagger, a knife is a compulsory element of the traditional gear of the mountain-dweller.
The Karachaevskiy is a versatile multi-function knife with a straight blade and wedge sharpening. There is a slight slope on the front of the butt. The rounding the tip of the blade is not very sharp (semi-skinner). This protects you from inevidental cutting the skin and viscera while butchering.
The Kizlyar Baikal and Baikal-2 are almost identical high quality versatile knives. The only difference is that the Baikal-2 features a short finger guard. Hence, it does not come within the provisions of the Knife Restriction Laws in Russia and some other countries of the former USSR.
The standard Baikal features a 4-inch finger guard and is not considered a standard stocked item in the US markets.
“Enot” means “raccoon” in Russian.
During field tests of the Enot Kizlyar Knife it showed itself as a reliable friend and assistant, and coped with most tasks of a marching knife.
It thinly slices any kitchen product, cuts firewood and branches easily, has surprisingly good throwing properties. It is difficult to fancy a task the knife could not cope with.
As a result, Enot can replace any other knife, a shovel, a hammer and even a spoon.
The knife is named after one of the World’s largest rivers, which lies in the Far East of Russia creating a natural borderline between Russian Federation and China.
The knife features an unassuming drop-point design, but is built like a real tank. Therefore, Amur-2 is a usable super-sharp utility knife able to serve in any situation. Be it an ordinary camp task or a matter of life and death. It is also suitable for military tactical use.
The finger guard of the knife provides excellent protection from accidental cuts in case that it is used heavily.