New folding design, Bugai means "strong guy" in Russian. Its tip is strong, suitable for higher strength use, as a new EDC, it is not only a portable accessory but also a powerful helper.
- The tanto style blade is made of 154CM with a stonewashed finish.
- Washed Micarta with a textile feel for high-performance grip.
- The unique curved handle and handguard design provide a comfortable grip while protecting the hand for enhanced safety.
Model Number: V3627C1
Overall Length: 7.28"/185mm
Designer: Денис Антимонов
Opener: Thumb Hole
Blade Style: Tanto
Blade Length: 3.11"/79mm
Blade Thickness: 0.12"/3.0mm
Blade Material: 154CM
Handle Length: 4.17"/106mm
Handle Material: Micarta
Pocket Clip: Regular Clip
Lock Type: Liner Lock
Must say that I have yet to be disappointed by Kizer. I am nearing at 10 of Kizer's knives and all of them are at a supreme stellar value! Honestly you can't go wrong with them. The Bugai is a thick fella that is still slicey. It's quite attractive and fun to deploy. The tip is not pokey and almost chisel like. I am a fan.
As always thank you Kizer!!
Compact, chunky, robust, simple and effective, no fuss. Perfect EDC size, discreet in the pocket. Good ergo.
The blade design is awesome and I love his overall look.
Very effective thumb hole opening, detente is a little hard at first, but as I play with it all day it has softened.
I love it. A great companion
Great knife and blade design. I would rather see the locking mechanism like the other knives I have from Kizer.
Just received this new knife last week. Everything looks great. Will write a review on e I have had a chance to carry it for a few weeks.
I like this knife a lot. The super broad tip seems really durable and the belly can handle long draw cuts. It drops shut even with a relatively lightweight blade.
I only have 2 complaints:
1.) Mine was not perfectly centered. I normally don’t expect it at this price point, but Kizer usually nails it.
2.) The detent on mine is super strong. I usually like a stronger detent, but I have real trouble opening this knife. I have tried to break it in as much as possible, but it still has a long way to go before so can reliably open it without flicking my wrist.