The blade of the knife is large and straight, with a slight convex bevel butt. The shape of the blade and is versatile enough for most work possible. The blade’s grind if 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.
The blade of the pocket Sterkh is fixed open with a liner-lock. Such a construction eliminates the possibility of unauthorized folding of the blade during operation. The handle rests comfortably in the hand. Caucasian walnut planks are impregnated with a special water-repellent composition and attached to the body of the knife with stainless steel clamping screws. The pommel provides the lanyard ring.
The Kizlyar Sterkh folding knife is designed for everyday use in urban environments. It excels in fine joinery taking over the functions of a chisel.
The knife does not refer to melee weapons.