To selebrate the 70 th Anniversary of the Great Victory of the USSR in World War II the team of the Production Enterprise “Kizlyar”, LTD (Republic of Dagestan) has prepared a special commemorative logo, which can be applied to any of knives manufactured in a limited anniversary edition.
The logos are available in two versions – with the St. George Ribbon or with a laurel wreath, to choose from.
Now you can enjoy a legendary Kizlyar knife with a heroic logo in the Russian-Sales.com on-line store for an additional charge of 7 USD.
To carry out the pre-order of a Kizlyar knife with a victorious logo, it is enough to declare your desire in the INQUIRY site of the selected knife model. Then you will receive a special link for your purchase.
The St. George Ribbon relates to the Guards. The Guards ribbon symbolizes achievements in strengthening the defense of the state.
The black and orange colors of the ribbons mean “smoke and flames”, and are a sign of personal prowess on the battlefield.
The Guards is an elite privileged part of the troops.
The Soviet Guards are military units, ships and units of the USSR Armed Forces, which received this status for heroism, courage and high military skill performed in action during the Second World War.
The hand-made Kizlyar knives are manufactured in Daghestan, a mountaineous contry in the East of the Nortern Caucasus, since 1990. The manufacturer has an excellent reputation for high-quality blades and affordable prices.
In 1995 the Kizlyar received their export license.
The company bases their knife manufacturing on centuries-old smith traditions. They incorporate ancient methods into modern technologies to produce outstanding knives of a highest quality. The Kizlyar knives are still hand-made and individually tested before leaving the factory. These ensure the highest level of quality control. The manufacturer don’t outsource their labour to other countries, though their prices are still kept reasonable, competitive and attractive.
The Kizlyar knives are considered Russia’s best, and they are so well thought of, that the Prime Minister of Russia gives to war heroes and VIP-guests of the Kremlin.
Each of the Kizlyar knives has an individual serial number giving it a personal touch.
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“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.
“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.
“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.
The SH-4 Kizlyar Knife combines the best features of combat, utility, hunting and survival knives.
Designed for Russian paratroopers, the knife is lighter than other combat knives, and its blade has been extra heat treated for maximum strength and outstanding edge keeping qualities.
The Irtysh is the most powerful and the longest river in Russia, the second extent in Asia and sixth in the world (3361 miles).
The Irtish-2 is a latest addition to the Kizlyar's range of military knives. It is designed both for heavy outdoor and combat tasks.
The spear-shape of the blade with fullers resembles a classic sword-bayonet. With its most efficient piercing capability and long cutting edge, it remains a very practical outdoor and utility knife.
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.
Kizlyar Piranya (piranha) is a very handsome, strong and light knife of a smoothly curved shape in the Oriental style. Its look suits its name since it resembles the fish after which is named.
For the obvious reasons, the manufacturer refers Piranya to the category of cutting and skinning knives, though depending on the application, it can be called a reserve, auxiliary, self-defense or concealed carry knife.