The Godfather Stiletto Classic Italian Mafia style Automatic Knife aka "switchblade" - 9". The handle features Black Wood/Acrylic top and bottom scales. The push button quickly deploys the Silver Mirror Finished blade, then use the pivot bolster to close and secure with the front mounted safety.
This particular batch has an incredibly Powerful Leaf-Spring opening, and will still lock even while held loosely... but hang on! This classic will jump right out of your hands if you're not careful!
- Classic Stiletto
- Blade: Plain Edge Bayonet style, 440 Stainless Steel
- Handle: Stainless Steel with Black Wood/Acrylic scales
- Rivited Spring Pin (won't fall out)
- Front mounted sliding Safety Lock
- Weight: 3.9oz
- Overall Length: 8.75" Blade Length: 3.75" Handle Length: 5"
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There was some confusion with my order and these guys handled it personally, professionally, & promptly!! Couldn't be happier with my stiletto switchblades (black acrylic finish) great action, weight, & feel!! Can't beat the quality:price ratio....5+ freakin stars...keep killing it fellas!!
Beautiful, otherwise than the button doesn't always work. And for it too work you have to push very hard.
That's actually a GOOD thing that your blade has very little chance of popping open on its own. Try adding a drop of oil to the little hole in the blade (where the finger under the button reaches through the liner to grab onto it) that should help it and remember quick firm press works best. Thank you for the review!
My heavens those knifes were everything I wanted and more…. Seriously heavy knifes real great quality. Just….. amazing.
Godfather Stiletto Automatic Knife Classic Switchblade - Black
Fantastic find for a stage weapon for Night of the Hunter! S2G's switchbade captured the sinister prop weapon of Rev. Harry Powell perfectly. It was everything we wanted, it had mencing look and feel for the performers, the audience loved the look and the iconic "flick" sound was chilling on a silent stage. Awesome piece.