OUR BIGGEST KIZER SALE EVER - 150 ITEMS MARKED DOWN! Details

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OUR BIGGEST KIZER SALE EVER - 150 ITEMS MARKED DOWN! Details
Alan Kritzman Customs
Alan Kritzman Customs
Alan Kritzman Customs

Alan Kritzman Customs

Kritzman Customs' goal is to produce high quality handmade knives that are both good looking and rugged. All work from design to finishing is performed by Alan Kritzman who has been making knives in Cedar Rapids Iowa since 2013. All knives are hand cut from raw materials with no CNC machine work. The preciseness therefore that Alan is able to achieve is stunning which is why it was a no-brainer for us to bring Kritzman Customs in for your enjoyment.

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Alan Kritzman Custom MAZ Frame Lock Flipper Knife 3.375 inch S35VN Hand Rubbed Satin Blade, Contoured Titanium Handles with Milled Holes
Alan Kritzman Custom MAZ Frame Lock Flipper Knife 3.375" S35VN Ha…
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Alan Kritzman Custom Plugger Flipper Knife 3.75 inch Z-FiNit Hand Rubbed Satin Blade, Blasted Titanium Handles
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My path to knife making was not the same as many young makers, I didn’t start thinking about making my first knife until I had been through several other hobbies including custom cars, electric car, home built airplane, and spending enough time in classrooms to get a couple masters degrees. Each of these has taught me about quality, hard work, and patience. I have always enjoyed making things with my hands and focusing on making the best quality I am capable of.

My first knife was cut with a hand hacksaw and bevels were done by hand with a set of files. It was not pretty, but I was hooked. Since then I have stepped up on the equipment and use a band saw, drill press and KMG belt grinder for my power tools. Every knife still requires hours of hand work but if it does not meet my standards, it does not leave my shop.