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Part of atypical
stiletto switchblades the New Palermo shows a reduction of guard's
prongs size. The result is a smoother, more stream lined form
which in turn makes the knife more adequate to be pocket carried, and
what’s more it lessens the possibility of getting snugged when trying
to take it out of the aforementioned pocket. That’s what
differs the New Palermo from its cousin New Milano; all other main
characteristics are preserved including the firing button and safety
The New Palermo series
The bottom line:
All the presence of a stiletto switchblade with the feeling of
comfortable and familiar pocket tactical knife. A very nice knife.
- It is a
stiletto switchblade of good quality.
firing button is locked toward the top of the handle, where is should
be and not stuck in the middle.
safety lock is a lever locked on top of the handle and the usual stupid
slider that gets to hard or to loose.
knife folds by pushing the firing button instead of the crummy idea of
dealing with guard prong.
removable belt clip is added, which makes sense for that size of knife.
inserts are flush with bolster, smooth and rounded, just perfect.
whole deal is assembled with screws and not with rivets that made
knife is well finished and elegant.