The noble smooth lines of the knife, combined with its aggressive and predatory character, give the pocket folding knife the unique recognizable features and the right to have its own name.
To lock the blade in the open position the Irbis uses a liner-lock. This construction completely eliminates the possibility of unauthorized folding of the blade during operation.
The blade is tapering to the tip. The grind is wedge-like, from the butt. On the butt, in the place of the connection with the casing of the handle, there is a corrugated support for the thumb when the power cut. The fillet from the pommel makes handy the work in the handle-grip with an emphasis in the palm, for example, in necessity to cut something with the tip.
The handle of is made of natural Caucasian walnut impregnated with a waterproof compound. The clamping screws are made of stainless steel.
On the blade there is a pin, which promotes one hand opening of the knife.
The knife does not refer to melee weapons.