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The TacKnives Italian Stiletto OTF series STLBW1 is a one of a kind switchblade and OTF all in one! The STLBW1 mimics the popular and iconic Italian Stiletto looks. The blade shoots out at the switch of a bottom and will retract in the same manner.

The SLTBW1 model is an XL OTF knife. The whole knife measures at 11in. If you are looking for a more traditional OTF size, visit our large size OTF knife page.

 

 

TacKnives Double Action Italian Stiletto 11" OTF STLBW1

(5 customer reviews)

$99.99

Overall Length: 11.00″
Blade Length: 5.00
Blade Style: Bayonet
Blade Grind: Flat
Blade Material: Stainless Steel
Finish: Wood
Edge Type: Plain
Handle Length: 6.00
Handle Thickness: 0.75″
Gross Wt: 8.4 oz

16 in stock

Estimated delivery between 2022/05/23 - 2022/05/27
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Description

The TacKnives Italian Stiletto OTF series STLBW1 is a one of a kind switchblade and OTF all in one! The STLBW1 mimics the popular and iconic Italian Stiletto looks. The blade shoots out at the switch of a bottom and will retract in the same manner.

The SLTBW1 model is an XL OTF knife. The whole knife measures at 11in. If you are looking for a more traditional OTF size, visit our large size OTF knife page.

 

 

5 reviews for TacKnives Double Action Italian Stiletto 11″ OTF STLBW1

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John Wirchnianski

I feel like eating a slice a pizza and slowly peeling an orange with this one. High quality and has that Classic look. I think I'll be opening my important mail with this one.

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John Wirchnianski

I feel like eating a slice a pizza and slowly peeling an orange with this one. High quality and has that Classic look. I think I'll be opening my important mail with this one.

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John Wirchnianski

I feel like eating a slice a pizza and slowly peeling an orange with this one. High quality and has that Classic look. I think I'll be opening my important mail with this one.

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John Wirchnianski

I feel like eating a slice a pizza and slowly peeling an orange with this one. High quality and has that Classic look. I think I'll be opening my important mail with this one.

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John Wirchnianski

I feel like eating a slice a pizza and slowly peeling an orange with this one. High quality and has that Classic look. I think I'll be opening my important mail with this one.

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Joel B.

Awesome knife Awesome price awesome people.

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Anonymous

This stylish knife is really good food people who just like to admire their cutlery. However there are some things that made me take away a star. First off, there's a pretty loud twang that comes from the spring of the knife. I tried the old grease on the spring trick but it still continues to be a stubborn little spring and the noise has yet to be taken care of. Second, the knife is a bit tricky to take apart. In order to grease up the spring, I had to take it apart screw by screw first. That wasn't too hard, but getting the knife back together again wasn't so simple. Unlike most other OTF knives which share the basic same layout, this knife is more complex. It may be personal inexperience with these types of knives that made me pull my hair, but it took me some trial and error to figure out the knife's configuration. Another thing is the original price. It is a very good looking knife and I know the competition is horrifically expensive, but there's something about that $99 price tag that seems a bit excessive. That being said, if you have tried other TacKnives and are really happy with what you got, then this would make a great addition to your collection. The look of this knife really sells it though. The blade itself is elegant and pretty like all stiletto's should be. The wood handle feels nice in your hand and the knife feels light for a stiletto. It's a good buy if you're a fan of the other products TacKnives has to offer.

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Anonymous

This stylish knife is really good food people who just like to admire their cutlery. However there are some things that made me take away a star. First off, there's a pretty loud twang that comes from the spring of the knife. I tried the old grease on the spring trick but it still continues to be a stubborn little spring and the noise has yet to be taken care of. Second, the knife is a bit tricky to take apart. In order to grease up the spring, I had to take it apart screw by screw first. That wasn't too hard, but getting the knife back together again wasn't so simple. Unlike most other OTF knives which share the basic same layout, this knife is more complex. It may be personal inexperience with these types of knives that made me pull my hair, but it took me some trial and error to figure out the knife's configuration. Another thing is the original price. It is a very good looking knife and I know the competition is horrifically expensive, but there's something about that $99 price tag that seems a bit excessive. That being said, if you have tried other TacKnives and are really happy with what you got, then this would make a great addition to your collection. The look of this knife really sells it though. The blade itself is elegant and pretty like all stiletto's should be. The wood handle feels nice in your hand and the knife feels light for a stiletto. It's a good buy if you're a fan of the other products TacKnives has to offer.

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Anonymous

This stylish knife is really good food people who just like to admire their cutlery. However there are some things that made me take away a star. First off, there's a pretty loud twang that comes from the spring of the knife. I tried the old grease on the spring trick but it still continues to be a stubborn little spring and the noise has yet to be taken care of. Second, the knife is a bit tricky to take apart. In order to grease up the spring, I had to take it apart screw by screw first. That wasn't too hard, but getting the knife back together again wasn't so simple. Unlike most other OTF knives which share the basic same layout, this knife is more complex. It may be personal inexperience with these types of knives that made me pull my hair, but it took me some trial and error to figure out the knife's configuration. Another thing is the original price. It is a very good looking knife and I know the competition is horrifically expensive, but there's something about that $99 price tag that seems a bit excessive. That being said, if you have tried other TacKnives and are really happy with what you got, then this would make a great addition to your collection. The look of this knife really sells it though. The blade itself is elegant and pretty like all stiletto's should be. The wood handle feels nice in your hand and the knife feels light for a stiletto. It's a good buy if you're a fan of the other products TacKnives has to offer.

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  1. John Wirchnianski (verified owner)

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    I feel like eating a slice a pizza and slowly peeling an orange with this one. High quality and has that Classic look. I think I’ll be opening my important mail with this one.

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  2. Joel B. (verified owner)

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    Awesome knife Awesome price awesome people.

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  3. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    This stylish knife is really good food people who just like to admire their cutlery. However there are some things that made me take away a star. First off, there’s a pretty loud twang that comes from the spring of the knife. I tried the old grease on the spring trick but it still continues to be a stubborn little spring and the noise has yet to be taken care of. Second, the knife is a bit tricky to take apart. In order to grease up the spring, I had to take it apart screw by screw first. That wasn’t too hard, but getting the knife back together again wasn’t so simple. Unlike most other OTF knives which share the basic same layout, this knife is more complex. It may be personal inexperience with these types of knives that made me pull my hair, but it took me some trial and error to figure out the knife’s configuration. Another thing is the original price. It is a very good looking knife and I know the competition is horrifically expensive, but there’s something about that $99 price tag that seems a bit excessive. That being said, if you have tried other TacKnives and are really happy with what you got, then this would make a great addition to your collection. The look of this knife really sells it though. The blade itself is elegant and pretty like all stiletto’s should be. The wood handle feels nice in your hand and the knife feels light for a stiletto. It’s a good buy if you’re a fan of the other products TacKnives has to offer.

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  4. Dennis (verified owner)

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    Great knife. Most importantly these old arthritic hands can open and close it.

  5. john

    Amazing knife and spring action

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