If you’re in need of a nice steel in a budget-friendly mid-size EDC, look no further than the Kizer Small Hunter. It’s about 4-1/4″ closed with a stout little blade and friendly thumb studs.
Designed by Justin Gingrich, the Kizer Small Hunter features a 3″ 154CM stainless steel drop point blade with a satin finish. It’s .11″ thick and opens with ambidextrous thumb studs. If you’re into flicking thumb studs open, this is the knife for you. It flicks open quickly and easily.
This linerlock has OD Green handles with very decorative contouring, especially for a Kizer. It also has an ambidextrous tip-up pocket clip and a lanyard hole.
As we mentioned, it’s just 4.28″ closed and opens up to 7.3″ overall. It’s not slim by any means, but it rides well in the pocket at only 3.9oz.
Kizer Small Hunter Details
- 3″ 154CM Stainless Steel Drop Point Blade
- Satin Finish
- .11″ Thick
- Manual Opener
- Ambidextrous Thumb Studs
- Liner Lock
- OD Green G-10 Contoured Handles
- Ambidextrous Tip-up Pocket Clip
- Lanyard Hole
- 4.28″ Closed
- 7.3″ Overall
- Weighs 3.9oz.
The Kizer Small Hunter makes for an easy to use and easy to carry EDC. It’s pain free at $69 as well. If you’re interested in this knife and want to get one for yourself or a friend, simply click any link in this article or the button below.