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August 11, 2016

Thank you for your support!

We want to say THANK YOU  and share some exciting news!

FIRST: (obvious, because you are reading this) we finished a complete face-lift to our website. Our goal is to make your online purchasing experience at RussianKnives.com as painless as possible, so we redesigned all categories, navigation and more.

SECOND: our new online shop is fully compatible with your favorite mobile gadget. Now you can buy Russian knives right on your phone!

THIRD: We added one more knife maker to our collection: Kizlyar Supreme! Our honest opinion - one of the best new generation knife makers in Russia.

FOURTH: Now we have Russian Folding knives in stock!

Please take a look and give us your opinion!





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