"Ute" AUS-8, Blue/Gray - 50% Off

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  • "Ute" AUS-8, Blue/Gray - 50% Off
  • "Ute" AUS-8, Blue/Gray - 50% Off
  • "Ute" AUS-8, Blue/Gray - 50% Off
MSRP: $116.00
Now: $58.00
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Kizlyar Supreme Ute; Might, reliability, beauty and most important - joy and comfort during work. To this ideal came the Ute, a pickup which was born in Australia in 1951. It was made to meet the demands of farmers that wanted a vehicle to go to church in on Sundays and yet tough and rugged enough to haul on Mondays.

Following the same ideology we created an EDC utility knife called Ute - powerful, reliable and comfortable at work that a user would not be ashamed to get out of his pocket and show off. In addition to the thick blade of high quality AUS-8 is a bottle opener and screw driver incoporated into the handle. The textured G10 handle provides a secured grip in the wettest conditions. You won't want to be without this workhorse.

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  • Blue / Gray G10 Handle
  • AUS-8 Stainless with Titanium Finish
  • Integrated Bottle Opener and Screw Driver
  • Russian Made, Performance Knife
  • Includes gift box


  • Overall: 8"
  • Blade Length: 3 1/4"
  • Thickness at Guard: 3.15mm
  • Blade Steel: AUS-8
  • Handle Material: G10

  • Specs will vary slightly from piece to piece.

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    1 Review

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      Kizlyar Supreme UTE

      Posted by Duncan on 22nd Mar 2018

      A very solid folder that is built to last and do a lot of work. The blade is quite thick and I found opening the blade slightly cumbersome and slow without thumb studs but this is a work horse knife and not for the urban ninjas. G10 scales are well finished and the handle comfortable and safe. It is heavy in the pocket. Blade lock up is very secure and blade well centered with no play.
      Made to last a life time and shows the Russians not only build them tough but well finished also.

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