Results of the Ryback-2 Kizlyar Knife testing based on customer reviews.
“Whatever may be said, but the name given to any subject affects its perception –“how do you call a boat, so she will float.” Once the knife is called Ryback (Fisherman), I won’t hunt for the mammoth with it, I, and won’t cut roofing material either. But I will go on a fishing trip. Tacking the size of the knife – on a deep-sea fishing, there is a bigger fish.”
“The knife is very beautiful and suits well as a gift – for those who are working with a knife (it’s not a souvenir!).
The thickness of the cutting edge: at the heel (ricasso) – 0.026 in; in the middle of the arc-shaped rise to the tip – 0.023 in. The handle slabs are flawlessly adjusted to the shank. The rivets heads are set very carefully. The handle is polished to a mirror shine. After contact with water the sheen turned into matt. Though the tactile sensation did not changed, the wood did not become rough.
The handle is very ergonomic and it self-centers as compressing in the palm.
Shaving quality – shaves with ease, no irritation.”
“Finally I got to fish. It is very convenient to cut the fish into pieces, the blade’s length helps. The bones were cut tightly – sometimes I pressed the butt with the left hand.
Once out on the nature I tried to cut the cane for the tent bedding. The result is excellent. Long and wide blade allows you to mow almost without looking.”
Conclusion: “The kitchen, including field, is the hobbyhorse of the knife. To cut a salad on a cutting board is just fun, but it is not very comfortable to peel potatoes with it.
Thick branches up to two fingers are cut / chopped pretty well. To cut pegs for fire, spinning, and the like is easy. But chopping wood is not for the “fisherman”.
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Glukhar Kizlyar Knife decorated with brass hilt and pommel, and a deep handmade pattern on the blade.
“Glukhar” is the Russian name of a big forest bird – Wood Grouse (Blackcock).
“Glukhar” is also the largest of all the “bird flight” of Kizlyar tourist knives. Compared with its “relatives”, it has the widest blade.
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.
Kizlyar Bekas-2 is a broad blade multifunctional utility and hunting knife. Its 3/32 inch thick blade is just the right size for the knife to be used both in the kitchen and outdoors, around the campsite.
The cozy thumb rest on the back of the blade allows the holder to put extra force on the belly of the knife to cut through various hard and tough substances.
The blade is artfully decorated with a deep pattern of a snipe, the bird which gave the knife its Russian name – Bekas.
An Orthodox Christian Easter Egg made of finewood with the image of the Icon of “Our Lady of Jerusalem”.
The Virgin of Jerusalem is an image of Hodegetria, bowed to Crist Child’s head, as in Eleusa (Tenderness) iconographic type.
According to legend, it is one of 70 icons of Our Lady by St. Luke the Evangelist, painted in the year of the Assumption (death) of the Virgin Mary – 15th year after the Ascension of the Lord.
An Orthodox Christian Easter Egg made of finewood with the image of the Icon of “Christ Pantocrator”.
The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator is considered one the first images of the Lord, appeared in the Early Christian Church.
It is still a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church. The is a half-length image of Jesus Christ, holding the New Testament in His left hand, and making a blessing gesture with the right.
An Orthodox Christian Easter Egg made of finewood with the image of the Icon of “Christ Pantocrator” (Christ, Ruler of All).
The iconic image of Christ Pantocrator is considered one the first images of the Lord, appeared in the Early Christian Church. It is still a central icon of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
The is a half-length image of Jesus Christ, holding the New Testament in His left hand, and making a blessing gesture with the right.