The grinds come from the butt of the blade, which appears the flat wedge in the section. When viewed from above, the butt gently tapers to the tip. This form of sharpening and thin cutting edge provide the blade with excellent cutting properties.
The handle is comfortable to hold it with different grips. The whole construction is very strong, as the wide shank is the continuation of the blade and runs the entire length of the handle ending with a special projection for ice crushing.
The walnut handle slabs are perfectly secured to the shank, the rivet heads are planted very carefully. The handle also provides a lanyard hole.
The knife comes with a handmade genuine leather sheath with a loop for a waist belt and a clasp to secure the handle. On the both sides the sheath is decorated with relief ornamental embossings.
The knife does not apply to melee weapons.
The Kizlyar Skif is a classical hunting and fishing knife.
Its main feature is the handle widening towards the pommel and having distinct finger grooves. The wide blade and ergonomic handle allow you to use it as a small shovel, for example, when preparing a fire place.
Ergonomics is the most important feature of the Kizlyar Skif knife. It fits your hand comfortably. This feels especially when used in demanding conditions – no pinching, unnatural angles or bends. The finger grooves allow both forward and reverse grips at ease and at the same time in a fixed position that prevents slipping of your hand on the knife’s blade.
The Kizlyar Skif is camping knife capable of performing various tasks: cooking, woodwork, camp construction and, if necessary, self-defense.
The traditional S-shaped blade has a bevel butt. It is slightly tilted towards the handle, which is convenient for use in confined spaces. The both sides of the blade are artfully decorated with a pattern in the hunting style.
The handmade durable genuine leather sheath adorned with original thematic pattern is easy to put on the belt.
As a result, you can say: “Taking up the Kizlyar Skif, I feel it is done for me.”