The blade of the Kizlyar Bars is made in the form of a triple blade: in all the three geometric projections the blade from its wider part smoothly tapers to a minimum.
The blade’s grind is from the butt. In the section it is a flat wedge. When viewed from the above, the butt gently tapers to the tip. This form of grinding and fine cutting edge provide the excellent cutting quality of the blade.
On the blade there is a rounded pin, which promotes one hand opening of the knife. The height, diameter and location of the pin also allow you to open the knife with a gloved hand.
The handle has an elongated diamond shape connected to the truncated cone of the arm stopper. Starting from the blade with a sufficiently broad bilateral limiter it abruptly turns to the more narrow “neck”, the handle further expands and narrows again by the pommel.
At the bottom of the handle there is finger groove, and on the left plank – the corresponding recess. The distinguishing feature of the handle geometry is its complex tridimensionality not only in longitudinal, but also in the transverse plane. Thanks to this, while holding the knife in the straight grip, the thumb confidently rests on the upper ledge of the guard, and the index finger, covering the “neck”, is placed in the finger groove, the relief middle part fills the palm, and the shorter little finger fully retains the narrowed pommel. This form prevents the knife from slipping and turning in the hand.
Confident grip is additionally promoted by deep transverse corrugations on the back of the handle at the front and at the tops.
The knife does not refer to melee weapons.