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TIGRIS 3 - 8" Large Switchblade Automatic Knife - 3.5" Blade - ATT00461B MILANO-SSA - 9" Stiletto Switchblade Automatic Knife - 3.75" Spear Blade - Blue Inserts - ATT00240A OUTDOORSMAN - 8" Large Switchblade Automatic Knife - Deer Logo - Black Handle - 3.5" Black Blade - ATT00649A
Designed for and combat ready

Automatic Switchblade Knife

The TIGRIS 3

Have a real tactical- ability with this automatic switchblade; it will give you all the persuasion power you might need in combat/fighting situations.
  • The TIGRIS (tiger in Slavic languages) series is a large, big, big automatic switchblade. It looks mean and it is frightening. It is designed to send a clear message when it fires-out, majestically, its huge blade; kind of makes you go "wow!".
  • A robust all-steel construction, along with a screw-assemblage makes this automatic switchblade an ideal knife for heavy-duty activities.
  • There is a belt/pocket clip attached.(Non Removable)
.The bottom line: it's an automatic switchblade for serious action, for pros.

Buying a large automatic switchblade, things to consider.
  • The spring of your automatic switchblade should be strong enough to rapidly and fully deploy its blade. The larger the blade the more spring-force is required.
  • An automatic switchblade can be a pain to carry, when large and bulky. Check out, whether or not it comes with a belt-case or a good strong clip.
  • You need a reliable and easy to handle safety lock, unless your large switchblade automatic knife comes with a very good flush button design.
  • Steel quality is important because most carriers of large automatic switchblade use them, mostly for general-all-purpose field chores, rather than for specific tactical actions. A large automatic switchblade in general and the wide-drop-point-blade in particular is often used as a skinning hunting knife.
  • An ergonomic handle is a must. Nothing can be more annoying than working with an automatic switchblade knife that does not provide a comfortable, sure grip. It can affect seriously the holding balance; the knife will not feel as being an extension of your hand but rather as a foreign unwanted object.
The Bottom Line: a large automatic switchblade is a real tactical device but it is also, let's not forget a folding knife. Combat situations do not occur every Monday and Friday; maintenance chores: cutting, slicing and so forth, occur all the time. Think Joe-the-laborer rather than Rambo, think practicality rather than scaring or fighting, that's if you want to get a real value for your money.
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The MILANO series
Stiletto Switchblades
Automatic Knives

Get yourself the unique, artistic style of stiletto knives, whether made in Italy or not, for a fraction of what they cost.
  • The Milano series is one of the most famous and successful series of low-priced stiletto knives.
  • It fires out forcefully, a sharp pointed blade, made for what all stiletto knives are designed for, penetration.
  • The handle's scales material is of the Acrylic composite kind. The guards, rivets and bolsters are made of stainless steel.
  • The firing system is that of a predominant, easy-to-feel push-button.
  • The blade unlocks to fold by pushing down the firing side (the side of the push-button) of the knife's guard (guard is the thing on top of the handle that prevents your hand to slip toward the blade).
The bottom line: will send exactly the same massage as high-end stiletto knives can send, a very good value.

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Pay attention:

  • All ‘stiletto knives’, marked as such on this website, are probably replicas of the Italian stiletto switchblade that you’ll find on our ‘Italian Stiletto Switchblade’ page. They are probably not made in Italy.
  • Given the fact that the main purpose of all stiletto knives is to impress, to send a tactical message, any stiletto knife can do the job, whether made in Italy or not.
  • The main reason to buy an anonymously made stiletto knife, instead of a genuine Italian made, is to save money. The latter are expensive and range from hundreds of dollars to several thousands each for the artistically created ones.
The Bottom Line: consider who are you buying inexpensive stiletto knives from.The low price of a stiletto knife comes, sometimes, with slight need to be adjust, oiled and or similar. Make sure that you'll be taken care of if something does not work or goes wrong.




Large, made for penetration
Outdoorsman

Have a something to show the villain, that will make him reconsider his intentions.
  • The Outdoorsman is one of the less complicated, streamlined automatic switchblades that was created with fast persuasion ability in mind.
  • The blade is of the bayonet type , made for piercing. It is made of good 440C still with a very sharp point and serration.
  • The Outdoorsman was built to be open as soon as it is out of the pocket.
  • It's also one of the bigger, yet very lightweight automatic switchblades, comfortable to carry in the pocket, despite its size. The sturdy clip,(non removable), that it comes with it, is an extra.
  • The handle is of a simple, austere design but unusually long, allowing a very firm grip, even for a large palm. A small guard keeps your hand from sliding over the blade.
The bottom line: it's one of the more 'professional', good quality automatic switchblades. The K.I.S.S principle applies very well to these knives.


Buying large
automatic switchblades, things to consider.
  • The spring of automatic switchblades should be strong enough to rapidly and fully deploy its blade. The larger the blade the more spring-force is required.
  • Large automatic switchblades can be a pain to carry. Check out, whether or not it comes with a belt-case or a good strong clip.
  • You need a reliable and easy to handle safety lock, unless your automatic switchblade comes with a very good flush button design.
  • Steel quality is important because most carriers of automatic switchblades carriers use them for general-all-purpose field chores, rather than for specific tactical actions. A large switchblade automatic knife in general and the wide-drop-point-blade in particular is often used as a skinning hunting knife.
  • An ergonomic handle is a must. Nothing can be more annoying than working with large automatic switchblades that does not provide a comfortable, sure grip. It can affect seriously the holding balance; the knife will not feel as being an extension of your hand but rather as a foreign unwanted object.
The Bottom Line: a large switchblade automatic knife is a real tactical device but it is also, let's not forget a folding knife. Combat situations do not occur every Monday and Friday; maintenance chores: cutting, slicing and so forth, occur all the time. Think Joe-the-laborer rather than Rambo, think practicality rather than scaring or fighting, that's if you want to get a real value for your money.
GUMBA-BSA - 8.75" Rainbow Stiletto Switchblade Automatic Knife - 3.75" Bayonet Point Rainbow Blade - Black Handle - ATT00455A FISH TAIL-SSF - 9" Stiletto Switchblade Automatic Knife - 3.75" Spear Blade - Faux Ivory Inserts - ATT00738 KARLI-BSB - 9.75" Stiletto Switchblade Automatic Knife - 4.25" Bayonet Blade - Dark Red Handle - ATT00237A
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To the point
The GUMBA series
Stiletto Switchblades
Automatic Knives

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Get yourself an efficient, plain and simple stiletto switchabled.
  • Of fair quality over all
  • The firing system is that of a predominant, easy-to-feel push-button.
  • The blade unlocks to fold by pushing down the firing side (the side of the push-button) of the knife's guard (guard is the thing on top of the handle that prevents your hand to slip toward the blade).
  • The guards, rivets and bolsters are made of stainless steel, with a green colored handle.
The bottom line: a very good value, it will send exactly the same message as high-end automatic stiletto can send.


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Unique design
The FISH TAIL series
Stiletto Switchblades
Automatic Knives

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Get yourself the unique, artistic style of stiletto knives, whether made in Italy or not, for a fraction of what they cost.
  • The Fish Tail series is a new and successful series of low-priced stiletto knives.
  • The end bolster is made in a fish tail fin design.
  • It fires out forcefully, a sharp pointed blade, made for what all stiletto knives are designed for, penetration.
  • The handle's scales material are black. The guards, rivets and bolsters are made of stainless steel .
  • The firing system is that of a predominant, easy-to-feel push-button.
  • The blade unlocks to fold by pushing down the firing side (the side of the push-button) of the knife's guard (guard is the thing on top of the handle that prevents your hand to slip toward the blade).
The bottom line: will send exactly the same massage as high-end stiletto knives can send, a very good value.


Pay attention:

  • All ‘stiletto knives’, marked as such on this website, are probably replicas of the Italian stiletto switchblade that you’ll find on our ‘Italian Stiletto Switchblade’ page.They are probably not made in Italy.
  • Given the fact that the main purpose of all stiletto knives is to impress, to send a tactical message, any stiletto knife can do the job, whether made in Italy or not.
  • The main reason to buy an anonymously made stiletto knife, instead of a genuine Italian made, is to save money. The latter are expensive and range from hundreds of dollars to several thousands each for the artistically created ones.
The Bottom Line: consider who are you buying inexpensive stiletto knives from.The low price of a stiletto knife comes, sometimes, with slight need to be adjust, oiled and or similar. Make sure that you'll be taken care of if something does not work or goes wrong.




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The KARLI series
Affordable classic
Stiletto Switchblades
Automatic Knives

Click here to see how to fold this knife.

Get yourself the unique, artistic style of an automatic stiletto, whether made in Italy or not, for a fraction of what they cost.
  • It is a good quality off brand stiletto switchblade, quite above what's found in these categories as far as functioning and construction.
  • The firing system is that of a predominant, easy-to-feel push-button.
  • The blade unlocks to fold by pushing down the firing side (the side of the push-button) of the knife's guard (guard is the thing on top of the handle that prevents your hand to slip toward the blade).
  • The handle's scales material are Quality Wood. The guards, rivets and bolsters are made of stainless steel and brass.
The bottom line: a very good value, it will send exactly the same message as high-end expensive item of this kind.

Clarification,if a knife is stamped as made in Italy and in China at the same time; then it's not made in Italy for sure.

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HUMPBACK.2 - 11" Italian Stiletto Switchblade Automatic Knife - Frank Beltrame Italy - 4.75" Spear Blade - Real Abalone Inserts - ATT00248D
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The elegance and prestige of Frank Beltrame

Italian Stiletto Switchblade

Humpback 2

Be aware, please that the total length of this Humpback is 10 3/4".
Get a fast and effective chilling power presenting one of the more persuading, humongous Italian stiletto switchblades on the market; it carries a message across like only a real stiletto switchblade can.

  • The Humpback is a classic, one of the best made stiletto switchblades that you’ll find.
  • It is stamped FRANK B Italy.
  • The bayonet type very slim blade is made of 440C mirror polished steel.
  • The firing system is that of classic Italian switchblade; a large, rounded prominent button and a sliding safety lock. Hump on the back releases the blade to close.
  • The firing speed is very fast for a blade of this size. The blade fires out with a very characteristic loud double "clack" sound.
  • The handle is rounded, long and made to be hold in tactical stance. The inlays are of Real Abalone material.
The Bottom Line: a very good, beautiful switchblade, better than in the movies






What you should expect from our Italian stiletto switchblade:
  • Any Italian stiletto switchblade, marked as such in our store, is stamped ‘Italy’ and when it’s also marked as ‘Frank Beltrame’ then it’s stamped ‘Frank’.
  • All the above are made in Italy according to our suppliers.
  • All our Italian stiletto material should feature a good, if not excellent quality material and finish, in any case.
  • An Italian stiletto blade should be made of good quality steel; that’s because the Italians are accustomed to use it, also as an-all-purpose knife; it is kind of their national pocketknife.
  • You should be able to fire smoothly and fast our Italian stiletto switchblade.
  • Check the locking of its blade when opened. It should be locked firmly in place, without any wobbling.
  • Check the safety locking of its blade when folded.
The Bottom Line: our Italian stiletto knife is a quality knife. You should get what you pay for and more.