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Kizer S.L.T. Knife: Large and In Charge EDC Knife in S35VN Steel

The Kizer S.L.T. is a large EDC knife that will grab some attention. At 8.5 inches, it’s not small and as you’ll see it reminds me of a few different ‘organic looking’ knives I’ve seen in the past. Large, EDC, not for the woods but this knife worked well for me – check it out!

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6 thoughts on “Kizer S.L.T. Knife: Large and In Charge EDC Knife in S35VN Steel

    1. Jan F sorry to see you go. Not sure what from this video made you think that. This knife is nice but as I said not my preference – not sure what else to say.

  1. The cutout IS for the frame lock. Most frame locks have one, but usually they design the knife to either have it on the inside, or make it not as noticeable, like hiding it behind the pocket clip. It is to weaken the scale slab enough to allow the frame to move easily into place to lock the blade. It makes the piece more flexible. Take a closer look at the rest of your frame locks, and you will see that most do have that feature as well, they just aren’t as large and don’t stand out as much.
    I love the blade design on this knife, but the rest of it doesn’t do it for me. That big pivot, as well as the texturing do not appeal to me, but maybe the model you mentioned with smooth texture may be better looking to me. That blade though..I am loving it. I might take a look at the smooth textured model, and hopefully like it enough to buy it..I just really really like that blade profile. It’s more along the lines of traditional designs..I am not into the cleaver style blades like the sheepdog, or the over the top crazy designs that so many modern knife makers are putting out today. I’m a fan of the old K.I.S.S. theory. Simple more traditional designs appeal more to me.

    1. Buddy of mine has the smooth handle SLT. Pretty sure he was looking to sell it. I can give you his email if you’re interested. I’m sure he’ll give you a good price. Only if you’re interested.

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