Kizer Assassin XL Folding Knife Green Micarta Handle 154CM Clip Point Plain Edge Stonewash Finish V4549C1

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Overall Length: 8.13"

Blade Length: 3.42"

Blade Thickness: 0.11"

Blade Material: 154CM

Plain Edge 

Satin Finish

Clip Point

Handle Length: 4.7"

Green Micarta Handle 

Button Lock

Tip-Up Pocket Clip

Flipper Opener

Stainless Steel Frame/Liner

Weight: 4.09oz

Designed By: Carlos Elstner

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  • 5
    Assassin XL

    Posted by David on 20th Oct 2022

    If you liked the regular assassin youre gonna love this one action is smooth and the handle feels even better. And it doesnt look like you got it out of your mommas sewing kit its the perfect size and what more can we say about white mountain knives fast shipping and quality knives

  • 4
    Assassin XL

    Posted by Bryan Harden on 8th Oct 2022

    Great action from Kizer as always. They have the button perfect on this model. It stick out just enough from the recessed portion of the scale so you can release the lock but not too far as is the case on some of their other button lock models
    The Assassin has quickly become one of my favorite EDC blades. The blade shape is perfect for every day carry.
    I've been really pleased with all the Kizer products I've purchased lately and WMK is my go to distributor for great prices, no sales tax and free shipping. Justin and his crew really go the extra mile to ensure you get a great product at a fair price with prompt, courteous service.
    Will be purchasing additional Kizer products from them as soon as they become available.
    Thanks again guys.

  • 5
    Fantastic upgrade to a great knife

    Posted by Luke D on 14th Sep 2022

    I’ve been a fan of the Kizer Assassin knife. So, I knew I would like it’s bigger brother. That said, both knives offer quality construction, great blade steel, and a hassle free button lock mechanism. I’ve found both of these knives as fun to fidget as a Pro-tech Malibu.

    That said, the distinctions I’ve found between this knife and it’s smaller twin hinge on (1) size, (2) blade heft, and (3) micarta texture. This knife is large enough to comfortably fit a large/XL hand while it’s smaller twin is better suited for small/medium hands. By fit, I’m referring to a full 4 finger grip since both knives could be comfortably used with alternate grips. Second, in my humble opinion. larger blades, such as this one, tend to deploy better due to the added weight involved. Finally, the micarta on this knife offers a little more grip given that it appears to be canvas micarta as opposed to the smoother linen micarta found on its smaller twin.

    Would I recommend this knife to others? Without a doubt!! You can’t go wrong with either Kizer Assassin. Choice boils down to your individual edc/knife preferences.

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