The Kizlyar Supreme Safari knife might look like a monster chopper, but it’s actually a well balanced slicer. The thin 6 1/4″ blade and hollow grind make for surprisingly precise handling in such a long blade. The blade features a slight recurve, a big belly and a thin point. The spine features a slight thumb ramp. The AUS8 stainless steel takes a keen edge and is easy to touch-up in the field.
* Ergonomic Micarta Handle Slabs
* Aus-8 Steel with Satin Finish
* Kydex Sheath with Removable/Rotatable Clip
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The Kizlyar Supreme Safari knife might look like a monster chopper, but it's actually a…
by Personal Defense World / Dec 4, 2013