Biker-2 is a most popular folding knife. It has got its name due to its handle, which resembles some elements of a motorbike, the fuel tank in particular.
During the whole time of its manufacturing, the Kizlyar Biker has obtained the reputation of the “Die Hard,” a hard worker, a devoted friend and a reliable assistant.
The Sterkh (Siberian Crane) is a kind of white cranes nesting in the North of Russia. The Sterkh Kizlyar Knives series have co-opted the nobility and gliding lines of the bird.
The three models of the knife differ from each other only in the length of the blade. Sterkh-1 is the shortest one. Its blade’s length is 4 25/32 inch (121 mm).
A kind of the Kizlyar Egerskiy Knife with anti-reflective covering. The handle is made of Elastron G – a mixture of plastic and rubber. The form of the entire structure is concise, without any excessive bendings. The handle is reliable and warm to hand.
The Russian word “Egerskiy” means “made for huntsmen, foresters, or hunters”.
A huntsman’s knife is considered a solid cleaver, used for skinning big game, applying chopping blows, removing the tusks and separating antlers.
Kizlyar Hunter M (Little Hunter) was created in 2006 by Australian knife designer Julius Conrad.
The idea was formed on the basis of traditional German hunting knives. As a result, the Kizlyar masters have managed to embody the concept in durable high carbon steel.
The Little Hunter is a most versatile utility knife. It was designed primarily for processing small and medium game animals, cooking and various campsite tasks.
Strazh (Guard) is the knife designed and originally made under the order of the Russian FSB (former KGB). And it is still widely used – mostly as a back up weapon – by the undercover field officers.
The knife, being rather small, is extremely tough and practical.
The shape of its blade is a mixture of a small utility knife and a double-edge dagger with serration on the spine edge.
The slightly oversized guard provides comfortable protection and safe grip.
The Kizlyar Nord is a classic Scandinavian ko, the Kizlyar Finskiy’s juniour brother.
The brother, because it is just the same knife, but with a direct, not beveled, butt. And junior – due to the shorter length of the blade. All the other parameters of the two knives are identical. However, the differences outlined give the knife great advantages in the household duty. The knife is absolutely versatile in use. It is a great pleasure to use it while cutting both fresh and frosen fish and meat. The blade is very maneuverable, even long hours of work do not cause fatigue, it cuts easily and pleasantly.
Kizlyar Finskiy is a traditional Finnish knife of puukko style.
It is widely considered a most practical knife, praised and poetized in Russian culture. The Finnish blade is well-known in Europe where it has been wide-used for centuries.
A straight blade with a slightly beveled butt. The descents are wedged from the butt, and the blade itself tapers from the handle to the tip.
The Finskiy is a universal utility knife, which copes with any task well. It is remarkable for a perfect balance and excellent grip, features which made it very popular among both criminals and policemen.
Finnish Knife is stronger than Finnish Punk!
If you need a knife which is able to cope with any task, the Sterkh-1 is the one. It is the ideal instrument for skinning game animals, cutting rope, fire sticks… This knife is eager to handle almost any job you are going to take on.
Designed as a modern version of traditional Siberian knives, Sterkh-1 gives the centuries-oldpattern new lease on life, but with modern materials and new technologies.
A classic carving knife with its own charisma. A violent blade and a cosy handle.
The “U” series of Kizlyar Knives share strict and elegant design, high-quality materials and versatility. These “hard workers” will perform a most different work efficiently, so, that you will be pleased.
The index “U” stands for “Universal”.
The shape of the blade is destined to woodcutting and carving smaller game or fish.
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.
The Kizlyar Bichak is an absolutely authentic knife designed in ancient times by two closely related Caucasian peoples – the Karachai and the Balkar.
Along with a gun, a sword and a dagger, a knife is a compulsory element of the traditional gear of the mountain-dweller.
On his belt, every adult man has a knife – the best field, hunting, traveling and household companion.
The Bichak is never used as weapon, its use for other than utility purposes is strictly blasphemed.
‘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 Taran Kizlyar Knife continues the Scandinavian Nord (Finskiy) series of knives.
This model obtained a new blade, the prototype of which is the legendary scout knife HP-40 launched in 1940. This combat knife was put into service in the USSR Red Army, and it became the ancestor of the AK-47 bayonet. The light and narrow 7/8 inch blade allowed to stab it between the ribs of the enemy with the least resistance.
From its progenitor, the Taran differs with the shape of the handle, as well as lack of typical for cold steel s-shaped guard convenient for stabbing.