The “Gyurza-2″ Knife has a curved shape of the blade, due to which it has got its name.
On the polished blade there is a pattern of the lebetina viper.
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 material is anticorrosive steel.
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 has a shape echoing the shape of the palm to achieve steady control over the knife’s movements.
The complete set includes a sheath of strong leather. The both sides of the sheath are decorated with the thematic embossed ornamental pattern.
The knife is not considered a cold arms and has the relevant Certificate of Confirmation.
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.