Kizer Existing Fixed Blades Line-up

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  1. kizer news

    kizer news

    103
    Oct 14, 2015
    Hey guys, these are all Kizer fixed blades which have been listed now. Which one attracts you more?
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    From left to right:
    1.Salient E613 (1023A1)
    2.Salient E613(1023A2)
    Specs:

    Steel: 1095
    Handle:G10
    Blade Length: 6.17''/156.8mm
    Overall: 11.9''/304mm
    Blade Thickness: 0.177''/4.5mm
    Weight: 13.4oz/380.4g
    Designer: Morgan Koens

    3.Super Bad Drop Point(1015A1)
    4.Super Bad Drop Point(1015A2)
    Specs:

    Steel: VG10
    Handle:G10
    Blade Length: 4.72''/120mm
    Overall: 8.75''/222.2mm
    Blade Thickness: 0.177''/4.5mm
    Weight: 7.41oz/210.2g
    Designer: Mikkel Willumsen

    5. Super Bad Recurve Bowie(1017A1)
    6.Super Bad Recurve Bowie(1017A2)
    Specs:

    Steel: VG10
    Handle:G10
    Blade Length: 4.73''/120.2mm
    Overall: 8.75''/222.5mm
    Blade Thickness: 0.177''/4.5mm
    Weight: 7.72oz/210.2g
    Designer: Mikkel Willumsen

    7.T2(1021A1)
    8.T 2 (1021A2)
    Specs:

    Steel: CPM-S35VN
    Handle:G10
    Blade Length: 3.74''/95.1mm
    Overall: 7.87''/199.8mm
    Blade Thickness: 0.157''/4.0mm
    Weight: 6.24oz/177g
    Designer: Uli Hennicke

    9.Sealion(1027A1)
    10.Sealion(1027A2)
    Specs:

    Steel: VG10
    Handle:G10
    Blade Length: 3.74''/93mm
    Overall: 8.11''/206mm
    Blade Thickness: 0.157''/4.0mm
    Weight: 5.12oz/145.2g
    Designer: Uli Hennicke
     
  2. fishface5

    fishface5 Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 3, 2001
    I am set for larger knives so the 2 small ones have my eye. The Salient is intriguing though.
     
  3. 19-3ben

    19-3ben Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 27, 2015
    Here in CT I can carry a fixed blade under 4 inches, so I have a weakness for FB knives that are JUST under 4 inches since can carry the max allowed without running afoul of the po-po. That 1021A1 and the 1021A2 look perfect....
     
  4. shuutr

    shuutr

    843
    Sep 25, 2013
    The task 2 and sealion are appealing to me. I'm on the fence though.
     
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  5. shuutr

    shuutr

    843
    Sep 25, 2013
    I went with the sealion when I remembered I already had a T1 folding knife that looks a lot like the task 2. I am not disappointed. The Kydex came a little tight but a minute with a blowdryer fixed that. The knife is a good size and shape. It's not too bulky and big enough to be useful.
     
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  6. shuutr

    shuutr

    843
    Sep 25, 2013
    So, I bought the TaskII as well. Love it. It is a little bigger than the T1 and feels even better in hand. I like both.
     
  7. Eagle Scout

    Eagle Scout Gold Member Gold Member

    588
    Mar 10, 2010
    Patiently waiting on my Task2 to deliver. Very interested in this one. Any photos or additional thoughts?
     
  8. vilePossum

    vilePossum

    Jan 14, 2015
    The task 2 and the sealion... But it seems like I can't really find them in Europe / Germany.
     
  9. kizer news

    kizer news

    103
    Oct 14, 2015
    Hi, you can visit our website: www.kizercutlery.com to find your nearest dealers to check whether they have it in stock.
     
  10. Mesenzo

    Mesenzo

    183
    Nov 5, 2015
    You know where to find me (;-))
     
  11. shuutr

    shuutr

    843
    Sep 25, 2013
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  12. shuutr

    shuutr

    843
    Sep 25, 2013
    I like the design of the T2. It doesn’t have jimping (sp?) on the spine like some of my smaller fixed blades. Other than that, I have no issues. It is a great size for carry. Not too small, not burdensome. The sheath fits the knife well.
     
  13. Eagle Scout

    Eagle Scout Gold Member Gold Member

    588
    Mar 10, 2010
    A T2 delivered here yesterday. Heavy for the size and feels great in hand. Really surprised how slicely it is for the blade stock thickness.

    Will get a photo posted later to show what I'm attempting to describe here. Most of my smaller fixed blades can stand on edge blade facing down. This knife cannot because of a gradual arc curve from the tip to back of the handle. It's not a negative, rather allows more of the blade to contact a flat cutting surface (plate, board, table...) than I'm used to in a small blade. Very utilitarian design IMO.

    It's on my workbench this morning for a custom pancake sheath.
     
  14. OzarkJoe

    OzarkJoe

    173
    Aug 31, 2017
    I kinda like the Super Bad Recurve Bowie.
     
  15. Eagle Scout

    Eagle Scout Gold Member Gold Member

    588
    Mar 10, 2010
    Very, very pleased with the T2. It's been everywhere with me this week. A good EDC companion out, in the woods, and in the kitchen.

    The sheath took longer than expected waiting for some additional hardware. It can be carried traditional or scout by rotating the tek lok mounting position on the back plate. The drain hole grooves follow the curvature of the handle and blade.

    T21.jpg
    T22.jpg
     
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  16. shuutr

    shuutr

    843
    Sep 25, 2013
    nice. looks really good
     
  17. shuutr

    shuutr

    843
    Sep 25, 2013
    What fixed blade was added?

    Edit: nvmd. Saw the catalog.

    Pinkerton lancer and littler Bowie. Garza. And some others. I’m looking for more edc horizontal carry size knives. Think Izula, Spyderco street beat, Bradfordford Guardian 3, etc. the T2 and sealion are pretty good bur I’d be down for some more.
     
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  18. scout1sg

    scout1sg Gold Member Gold Member

    969
    Nov 9, 2009
    Got a T2 recently and really liking it, I believe it is comparable in size to that of the Bradford Guardian 3.
     
  19. Eagle Scout

    Eagle Scout Gold Member Gold Member

    588
    Mar 10, 2010
    The T2 is just over an inch larger than the G3 and a half inch larger than the G3.5. Here's it with the G4.

    G4T2.jpg
     
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  20. sabin1234

    sabin1234

    1
    Jan 27, 2019
    from where you bought that sheath for T2?
     

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