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Thursday, 20 June 2024 09:07

Kizer Sparrow

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Vincent Rizzo's Sparrow, brought to us by Kizer Cutlery, exemplifies a blend of functional elegance and robust craftsmanship. Rizzo's design philosophy shines through in every detail of this knife.

The specs for the Sparrow include an overall length of 7.6 inches, a 3.27-inch blade, and a handle length of 4.33 inches. The handles are made from contoured titanium, which is very ergonomic. Its subtle beveling and large finger groove provide a snug, comfortable grip that fits perfectly in hand. The titanium handle not only offers durability but also adds a touch of sophistication with its sandblasted, frosted finish.




One of the standout features of the Sparrow is its frame lock. This mechanism locks up securely, providing a solid feel during use, and unlocks with just the right amount of tension. As a fan of well-executed frame locks, I can confidently say that Kizer has nailed it. While there are stronger locking mechanisms available, the frame lock strikes an excellent balance between security and ease of use, making it a preferred choice for many knife knuts.



The titanium pocket clip is perfectly executed, allowing for reversible ambidextrous carry. This feature ensures that both left-handed and right-handed users can carry the knife comfortably. The built-in filler tab adds to the sleek design, keeping the overall profile of the knife clean and streamlined. Weighing just 4.02 ounces, the Sparrow is lightweight enough for EDC without compromising on strength or functionality.



The S35VN blade effortlessly deploys via a discreet flipper tab or a blade cutout. In terms of performance, the Sparrow's blade is a workhorse. The steel offers exceptional edge retention and toughness, ideal for everyday tasks and more demanding cutting jobs. The reverse tanto sheepsfoot blade style with a flat grind ensures efficient slicing and piercing capabilities. This design makes it versatile for various cutting needs, whether you're opening packages, preparing food, or engaging in more rugged outdoor activities.


Vincent Rizzo and Kizer Cutlery have truly crafted a masterpiece in the Sparrow. It's a knife that not only performs reliably but also combines durability with a touch of class. The thoughtful design, high-quality materials, and attention to detail make the Sparrow a standout choice for both collectors and daily users. Whether you're an enthusiast looking for a reliable tool or a knife collector seeking a piece that showcases precision engineering and thoughtful design, the Sparrow stands out as a testament in knife craftsmanship.

The Sparrow is more than just a tool—it's a blend of art and engineering that delivers on all fronts. With its ergonomic design, high-performance blade, and sophisticated aesthetic, the Sparrow is a knife that you can rely on and be proud to carry.

David Bowen

As Co Founder of Multitool.org David has been a multitool enthusaist since the 90's.  David has always been fascinated with the design inginuity and uselfulness of multitools.

David is always looking forward to what's new in the industry and how the humble multitool continues to evolve as it radically changes and improves the lives of users.

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