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Kizer Ursa Minor Ki3472

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Kizer Ursa Minor, Minimalist style Clip point high-end utility knife

  • Minimalist design

          Kizer Ursa Minor is designed by Ray Laconico who is famous for his Minimalist style of design. 

  • Great ergonomic handle

          The handle of the Ursa Minor is made by titanium and milled by CNC high-tech machine that assure it came out with nice ergonomic as it was designed. When you pick it up, your hand will naturally choke into it.

  • Utility Blade shape

         The Blade shape is Clip point which has been used in knives for so many years, it can date back to at least Macedonian times. History can tell how utility it is. No matter cut, slice or chop, the Ursa Minor will never let you down.

  • High-end material

         The Ursa Minor is made from S35VN steel as the blade and Titanium as the handle. 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Overall Length:v7.25"
  • Blade Length: 3.125"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.14"
  • Blade Material: CPM-S35VN
  • Blade Style: Clip Point
  • Blade Grind: Hollow
  • Finish: Satin
  • Edge Type: Plain
  • Handle Length: 4.125"
  • Handle Thickness: 0.45"
  • Handle Material: Titanium
  • Color: Gray
  • Weight: 4.07 oz.
  • Opener: Flipper
  • Lock Type: Frame Lock
  • Brand: Kizer
  • Model: Ursa Minor
  • Model Number: Ki3472
  • Designer: Ray Laconico

Customer Reviews

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Gene Kokayko
Smaller than it looks

The build quality of this knife is excellent but the grip size would be best suited for medium to small hands.

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Michael Razzano

Beautiful knife at a great price!

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Greg Ortiz
Kizer Ursa Minor

Beautifully made tool... Not one for Titanium but it fits nice in my collection. Great place for all your Kizer needs and super fast shipping.

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Billy bee
How to fix the tight deploy

I had to take a tiny file and take down the detent ball just a tiny amount i did 5 passes over too of dent and was almost too much.
Try just 3 and reassemble and see then do move if you have to.
Too bad we have to do this on a new knife but .....its a friggin awesome knife when you dial it in.
Kizer is like portage too stiff or too light on detents on just a few models.
Thsts how I fixed mine
Hope that solved the problem.
Luck.i couldn't open mine at all on another model the T1 with thump screws and no flipper tab.
My intrepid was crazy good. My Kylie was too soft (no fix for that).

The lock bar adjustment is tricky as you can bend it out too much and then your screwed......so try to avoid that.
You gotta open it with out touching the lock bar. It will after like 1000 opening s get better.