Kizer Mystic Micarta Titanium (Ki4636A1)

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Paul Munko's new design with Kizer, the Mystic, is inspired by the whaling harpoon gun. The name is inspired by the designer's hometown of Mystic Seaport in Connecticut, a historic whaling port. Mystic is not only a tribute to his hometown, but also a gratitude to the frequent visits to Mystic Seaport in the process of growing up.

The Mystic knife boasts a distinctive "harpoon" design with a clip point and sharp arcs on the back, resembling the traditional harpoon's front end. The slightly arched arc and the finger groove are more suitable for the palm of the hand. Its sleek handle complements the knife's functionality, offering various opening methods for ease of use.

The 223mm Mystic knife caters to large hands while maintaining a lightweight construction. The handle's clever subtraction of thickness ensures practicality without bulkiness, making it convenient for everyday carry.

Crafted from titanium and micarta, Mystic's handle exudes quality and style. The blade's Rex45 steel ensures exceptional sharpness, toughness, and corrosion resistance, making it a reliable companion for diverse challenges and environments.




Features and Specifications

Overall Length:
Blade Length:
Blade Thickness:
Blade Length Range:
3-4 inches
4.43 oz
Steel Type:
Steel Finish:
Blade Style:
Clip Point
Blade Edge:
Opens With:
Thumb Stud
Lock Type:
Frame lock
Handle Material:
Titanium, Micarta
Handle Colour:
Pocket Clip:
Tip Up
Paul Munko

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