As well as Fazan, Bekas and Glukhar, Drofa refers to the “bird flight” of Kizlyar tourist knives, combined by their common characteristics. The S-shaped blade of the knife has a bevel butt. A blade of such a shape, with a one-sided sharpening, is optimal for use in cold climates or confined spaces, and is less massive.
The concave sharpening of the blade helps to achieve a particular subtlety and sharpness of the cutting edge with a thick and durable butt.
The handle is made of the wooden planks of the Caucasian walnut, which are treated with a special water-repellent compositive and riveted to the shank.
The handle has a shape echoing the shape of the palm to achieve steady control over the knife’s movements.
At the end of the handle there is the lanyard ring.
The complete set includes a handmade sheath decorated with the thematic embossed ornamental pattern.
The sheath has a loop for waist belt and a fastener, which securely holds the knife inside.
The knife is not considered a cold arms and has the relevant Certificate of Confirmation.
A knife – a very personal thing, a ancient weapon and a faithful assistant. As a matter of having its own soul, the knife should know who is its real master. Therefore, Russian and English have a sign: once you receive a knife as a gift, you must give the presenter a coin, thereby to enter into the full possession of the knife.
A knife always gave a man protection, sustenance and self-confidence in the face of predators and aggressive neighbors. A knife accompanied a hunter from birth until death. A good knife was handed down from father to son, served as an initiation into adulthood, the recognition of a young men of age and ready to live a real man and hunter.