Kizlyar knives are currently the most popular knife brand across Russia. The evidence of that is, a large number of search queries on knives Kizlyar, in systems such as Yandex and Google. Connoisseurs of Kizlyar knives are found among tourists, hunters, fishermen, collectors, military, etc. Many people want to buy a real Kizlyar knife! This fact will surprise few people, because for twenty years, the Kizlyar knife is an indicator of decent quality and serious style.
On the eve of any holiday all of us begin to be tormented with doubts: what to present to the loved one? Often it is a question difficult. If the gift needs to be presented to the man, everything becomes even more difficult: a beautiful and useless thing you won't manage here. Anyway, gifts happen useful, happen prestigious, happen beautiful, but very seldom combine all three qualities together. Nevertheless, there are pleasant exceptions. About one of them the speech will also go.
This video is a culmination of just over two weeks field testing the Maximus in D2 during camping and day fishing trips in the wilds. I found the Maximus to be a very nice knife to handle and use for basic camping tasks. As I said in the video I know this knife will be good for 2-3 day hunting trips as I used a similar styled knife many many years ago for exactly that.
Kizlyar Supreme Urban knife. A small well made knife perfect for day hikes and overnight camping where you won't need to hack down trees in order to camp. A short review on the Urban knife from Kizlyar Supreme. The Urban is a great little knife for those who like a sturdy and comfortable fixed blade on par with similar length pen knife blades but as a fixed blade. Available in in D2 or AUS8. The hollow ground blade is thin and great for preparing lunch on day hikes to cutting mushrooms whilst out and about. Why carry a big chopper with you on day hikes?
Kizlyar Supreme Zorg Liner Lock Flipper D2 tool steel A great knife! Review. This is a very well made liner locking folder. D2 tools steel blade with western style aggressive Tanto shape, sporting G10 scales and stainless hardware all Ti ceramic coated for aiding corrosion resistance. The Zorg came with PTFE washers fitted in the main bearing but also included were a set of brass washers for those who prefer brass to teflon.