Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Another review of Kizer Feist. I recently reviewed the knife in a different thread. But after receiving a second one reground by Josh @razor-edge-knives, I thought it deserves a new review. So here it is. The specs Code: Overall length: 165 mm (6.5”) Closed length: 94 mm (3.7”) Blade Length: 73 mm (2.875”) Blade thickness: 2.75 mm (0.108”) Edge thickness: 0.5 mm (0.019”) Edge angle: 20 DPS Blade material: S35VN Blade grind: Flat grind Handle thickness: 10 mm (0.39”) Handle material: Titanium (bead-blasted?) Weight: 71g (2.5 oz): 4 grams off from the original 75. Lock type: Frame lock Deployment method: Front flipper Pivot type: Ball bearings (caged) The first one I got appeared to be a first generation Feist, judging from the rough internal milling. I did not have any issues with the action, though, especially after cleaning the stop pin tract. But I felt that the original edge was little too thick for this small knife. So I bought a second one and sent it directly from a vendor to Josh @razor-edge-knives for regrind. The second one seems to be an improved version. The action was stiff, though. I disassembled it and tried to flip the bearings. The action became much better. I don't know if it was wrongfully assembled at the factory or not. The edge became very very thin. It is much thinner than Opinel. And the cutting performance is superb. The blade just sinks into cut medium. And would you look at the grind line? Just so clean and impeccable. The edge bevel is also even. This will be my EDC for a long time!