Please help, new to this forum. I just purchased a new Kizer Ki4482A1 Nomad that is unlike any photos or videos I have seen of that model number. The titanium scales are bead blasted all over then shiny gound on the flats like the original version, but the scales have the subtle changes of the second version except there are no drilled and tapped holes for tip down carry. The pocket clip mounts with just two screws vs three and is solid milled vs stamped. The clip is clearly designed for the Nomad, as it has decorative grooves that are milled to precisely match the grooves in the scale. The flipper tab is shaped and located like the new version and the blade is ground like the new one as well. In short it appears to be a second version knife without tip down carry option but with the original version type finish and a milled Nomad specific pocket clip. The knife appears new and flawless. The action is superb. It came in a really nice black box with Kizer logo and model label affixed. It also included a black Velcro closure bag, Kizer pamphlet and Kizer microfiber cloth. I have the option to return it since it does not match the photos or description listed where I bought it. Hopefully it is not some unauthorized copy. Any help in identifying this knife is gratefully appreciated. I will attempt to post photos.