What you should epect from our Italian stiletto switchblades
The Bottom Line: our Italian stiletto knife is a quality
knife. You should get what you pay for and more.
- 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
- All our Italian stiletto Switchblades material
should feature a good, if not ecellent quality material and finish.
- 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
- 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
Warning: It is your responsibility to be aware of the
following regarding any and all stiletto knives in particular and/or
all other types of knives as well: It is your (not our) responsibility
to verify and know the laws specific to the state you live in. Some
states limit the blade-length of any knife that you may carry without a
license, other require a permit with no exceptions. An Italian stiletto
and all stiletto knives knife requirea license to carry in most states.
Some states allow the collection of stiletto knives or Italian
stiletto, others do not. We do not know what is required to license or
carry Butterfly Knives, but you never know. Please address your local
authorities for more specific information.