“Enot” means “raccoon” in Russian.
During field tests of the Enot Kizlyar Knife it showed itself as a reliable friend and assistant, and coped with most tasks of a marching knife.
It thinly slices any kitchen product, cuts firewood and branches easily, has surprisingly good throwing properties. It is difficult to fancy a task the knife could not cope with.
As a result, Enot can replace any other knife, a shovel, a hammer and even a spoon.