“Zodiac” is an original, artistically decorated tourist knife.
The unique shape of the blade is the “calling card” of the knife.
On both sides of the blade, there is an embossed three-dimensional pattern of a Zodiac sign, made by deep etching. The details requiring fine work are carried out by hand.
A great gift for the real tourists and hunters.
The blade does not get blunt or rust.
The Ryback is one of the oldest models of Kizlyar Knives. “Ryback” means “fisherman” in Russian, though it is not a fishing knife at all. It is just called that for its distinct shape of the blade resembling the hull of an old wooden fishing boat still used on the Caspian Sea.
The both sides of the blade are decorated with the thematic pattern.
The Akula-2 Kizlyar Knife executed in oriental style, decorated with brass inserts – hilt and pommel with a relief pattern.
Swipe your finger on the blade, and you will feel its depth and three-dimensionality.
Despite its beauty, the knife does not lose its working qualities. Do not hang it on the wall, it is eager to prove itself in the work.
The cosy proportions and the detailed image of the dangerous sea predator on the blade make the knife a most practical and memorable gift.
Glukhar Kizlyar Knife decorated with brass hilt and pommel, and a deep handmade pattern on the blade.
“Glukhar” is the Russian name of a big forest bird – Wood Grouse (Blackcock).
“Glukhar” is also the largest of all the “bird flight” of Kizlyar tourist knives. Compared with its “relatives”, it has the widest blade.
“Fazan” means “pheasant” in Russian.
“Fazan” is a traditional light weight utility knife used for almost any task. An excellent meat cutting instrument having a deeply curved blade with long cutting edge great for both carving and cutting. The tip of the blade is slightly heavier, which is great for light chopping work.
“Fazan” is an elegant utility tourist knife.
Copes greatly with all the tasks set out in field conditions. Yet the element of the knife is, undoubtedly, a field kitchen. Cooking meat with this knife will delight even the most demanding chef. The S-shaped blade of the knife has a bevel butt. The blade is slightly tilted to the handle, which makes it very convenient for cutting both hunting and fishing trophy.
The both sides of the blade convey a “tattoo” in the oriental style.
The handle made of Caucasian walnut is riveted to the shank, which has a lanyard hole at the end.
Multi functional scout knife Gurza-2 is one of the first knives by the world famous brand “Kizlyar”.
Can be used as a carving knife.
On both sides of the blade, there is an embossed three-dimensional pattern of a snake, made by deep etching. The details requiring fine work are carried out by hand.
The Kizlyar Bichak is an absolutely authentic knife designed in ancient times by two closely related Caucasian peoples – the Karachai and the Balkar.
Along with a gun, a sword and a dagger, a knife is a compulsory element of the traditional gear of the mountain-dweller.
On his belt, every adult man has a knife – the best field, hunting, traveling and household companion.
The Bichak is never used as weapon, its use for other than utility purposes is strictly blasphemed.
‘Skif’ is the Russian name for the Scythians or Skiffs – the group of the Northern Black Sea tribes. In ancient times the Skiffs were known as nomadic stock-raising people, living in caravans, eating milk and meat, bearing severe warlike manners, gained the fame of invincible. In the Russian chronicles of the 17th the Skiffs were considered the forefathers of the medieval Russians.
The Kizlyar Skif is a greatest gift for every tourist or hunter. The reliable blade does not go blunt or rust. It easily cuts fish and meat with bones.
The universal shape of the blade is versatile enough for most tasks possible.
Considering its deep hand-crafted pattern on the blade and handle, F-1 is, perhaps, the most handsome knife of the whole Kizlyar’s tourist series.
A powerful utility knife with a distict finger stop and big universal blade able to cope with any task. The steel guard and the handle of Caucasian walnut protect the palm well, preventing it from slipping onto the blade while operating. All these go together with marvelous aesthetic properties.
F-1 is, perhaps, the most handsom knife of the whole Kizlyzr’s tourist series. A powerful utilirty knife with a distict finger stop and big universal blade able to cope with any task. The steel guard and the handle of Caucasian walnut protect the palm well, preventing it from slipping onto the blade while operating.
All these go together with marvelous aesthetic properties.
A kind of the Kizlyar Egerskiy Knife with decoration.
The handle is complemented with a steel front bolster, which, as well as the handle slabs, is neatly riveted to the shank. On both sides, the blade is patterned with ornament in the Russian style.
The Russian word “Egerskiy” means “made for huntsmen, foresters, or hunters”.
A huntsman’s knife is considered a solid cleaver, used for skinning big game, applying chopping blows, removing the tusks and separating antlers.
“Strepet” is the Russian name for a rare steppe bird called Little Bustard in English, a favorite object of national hunting.
The master clapped his eyes on the graceful silhouette of the bird and embodied it in the line of the blade.
Kizlyar Strepet is an excellent example of a tourist knife, it copes with various tasks at any time and under any conditions.
Its medium-size blade is made of stainless steel.
The both sides of the blade are “tattooed” in oriental style.
“Bekas” is the Russian name for the snipe, a wading bird of marshes and wet meadows, with brown camouflaged plumage, a long straight bill, and typically a drumming display flight.
The concave sharpening of the blade helps to achieve a particular fineness and sharpness of the cutting edge. The both sides of the blade perform a thematic “tattoo” in the Russian style.