On both sides of the blade, there is an embossed three-dimensional pattern of a great bustard, made by deep etching. The details requiring fine work are carried out by hand.
As well as Fazan, Bekas and Glukhar, Drofa refers to the “bird flight” of Kizlyar tourist knives, combined by their common characteristics. The S-shaped blade of the knife has a bevel butt. A blade of such a shape, with a one-sided sharpening, is optimal for use in cold climates or confined spaces, and is less massive.
The concave sharpening of the blade helps to achieve a particular subtlety and sharpness of the cutting edge with a thick and durable butt.
The handle is made of the wooden planks of the Caucasian walnut, which are treated with a special water-repellent compositive and riveted to the shank.
The handle has a shape echoing the shape of the palm to achieve steady control over the knife’s movements.
At the end of the handle there is the lanyard ring.
The complete set includes a handmade sheath decorated with the thematic embossed ornamental pattern.
The sheath has a loop for waist belt and a fastener, which securely holds the knife inside.
The knife is not considered a cold arms and has the relevant Certificate of Confirmation.
A knife – a very personal thing, a ancient weapon and a faithful assistant. As a matter of having its own soul, the knife should know who is its real master. Therefore, Russian and English have a sign: once you receive a knife as a gift, you must give the presenter a coin, thereby to enter into the full possession of the knife.
A knife always gave a man protection, sustenance and self-confidence in the face of predators and aggressive neighbors. A knife accompanied a hunter from birth until death. A good knife was handed down from father to son, served as an initiation into adulthood, the recognition of a young men of age and ready to live a real man and hunter.