The Kizlyar Strela knife is made in the now popular “military” style.
Due to its thickness it can be referred to the knives of concealed carrying. The para-cord wound around the handle performs the functions of a shock absorber, and the knife lies well in hand. The thickness of the winding para-cord matches well. Even wet cord does not alter the convenience and reliability of grip.
“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.
“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.
Kizlyar Bekas-2 is a broad blade multifunctional utility and hunting knife. Its 3/32 inch thick blade is just the right size for the knife to be used both in the kitchen and outdoors, around the campsite.
The cozy thumb rest on the back of the blade allows the holder to put extra force on the belly of the knife to cut through various hard and tough substances.
The blade is artfully decorated with a deep pattern of a snipe, the bird which gave the knife its Russian name – Bekas.
“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.
Extraordinarily beautiful and user friendly Drofa Kizlyar knife.
Decorated with brass hilt and pommel, and a deep handmade pattern on the blade.
“Drofa” is Russian name of a rare prairie bird – great bustard, a favorite object of the national hunt.
The great bustard’s appearance is very similar to the ostrich, but it is smaller. The graceful silhouette of the bird clapped the master’s eyes, and was embodied in the line of the blade.
“Fazan” is an elegant utility tourist knife. This version of the knife is elaborately decorated with artful brass hilt and pommel.
The 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.