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SHOT Show 2014 – New knives and updated designs from Kizlyar Supreme

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We’ve put another successful SHOT show under our belts this year after introducing Kizlyar Supreme for the first time to the show crowd. It’s always a good feeling having someone come up to the booth and handle a knife for a while, you can tell that moment when you make a convert to a new knife design. We had a lot of those moments over the week. We had a few new designs and some early prototypes on display, here are a few: New Knives The Urban – Everyday Fixed Blade The Urban is an all new knife design from Kizlyar Supreme meant to be a modern everyday carry belt knife. The 3 3/4″ slightly hollow ground blade is a good compromise for slicing and general use tasks. The wide belly and slight drop point make for an exceptional field dress knife, cardboard slicer, apple peeler or whatever task is at hand. A slight thumb ramp gives precise point control for fine work. The handle features layered micarta scales that have been 3D sculpted for an incredibly comfortable grip. The Urban is available in 4 styles and comes with a pancake style kydex sheath with a multi-position clip: D2 Stone Washed Blade D2 Black Titanium Coating AUS-8 Stone Washed Blade AUS-8 Black Titanium Coating Sensei – Japanese Wakizashi influenced tactical knife The Sensei is a long knife whose design is inspired by the traditional Japanese short sword, the Wakizashi. This… Read more »

Kizlyar Supreme Kydex Sheath Updates

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Kizlyar Supreme is working on some updates to their Kydex sheaths based on some of our feedback and testing. It’s hard to make out but in the image below you can see that the drain hole is now molded into the sheath itself, instead of being drilled out. This should allow for even better drainage. In addition the belt loop system can be configured with high, low or horizontal (scout) carry positions. Also on display is the new lettering of the knife model on the sheath. What do you think?