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TacKnives Double Action Italian Stiletto 11" OTF STLW1

(5 customer reviews)

$89.99

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

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Description

The TacKnives Italian Stiletto OTF series STLW1 is a one of a kind switchblade and OTF all in one! The STLW1 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 SLTW1 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.

 

 

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  1. Lance Tuck

    Lance Tuck (verified owner)

    A superb knife! This beauty is a real handful, and it feels good in that hand! The action is crisp, retraction solid. The blade is stable and shaped to perfection. I believe it would be difficult to test this one to destruction, and who would want to? A real work of art, and a must have for stiletto afficionados.

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  2. Colby torson

    Colby torson (verified owner)

    this is my first switchblade ever, so far really happy with it, the switch is kind of sticky but maybe that’s how it’s supposed to feel.

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  3. ronald e.schilling

    ronald e.schilling (verified owner)

    Very well done, this knife is a beast as well as beautiful, people I have showed this to always say WOW.
    I own multiple Tacknives DA models, they all are well built & top notch quality. Sure you could spend a lot more money on other makers knives but I highly doubt you’ll get the same bang for your buck ( because it is not built by Tacknives) and a added SUPER bonus is the fantastic customer service
    P.S. I am still buying more Tacknives, some as very impressive gifts.
    Keep up the great work Tackives.
    Thank You.. Ron

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  4. ronald e. schilling

    ronald e. schilling (verified owner)

    Hi, Sorry forgot this part of my above review, this is for Colby and /or others, sticky switch or bad deployment / extraction is a easy fix , clean your blade — Then use
    WD 40 / or any light silicon oil and that with some break in usage makes any tight tolerance / high quality D.A. knife run smoothly.
    Ron

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  5. ronald e. schilling

    ronald e. schilling (verified owner)

    This knife is a well done & a beautiful beast , all who have seen it say WOW. I have purchased multiple Tacknives D.A. models. They all are great & operate fantastic with some basic care.
    Tacknives offers superior knives @ great prices with extremely high quality. Sure you could spend much more $ on other knife makers knives (BUT WHY) I am betting you will NEVER get this kind of BANG for your BUCK and the SUPER customer service is a fantastic added bonus also another HUGE PLUS is a NICE discount for repeat customers. I am buying more of the Tacknives products in the future, they make GREAT high quality gifts.
    P.S. this note is for the above review (Colby) or others who have problems with a tight tolerance / high quality D.A. knives
    1st -ALWAYS clean your blade— 2nd- spray it with Wd40 or a silicon type light oil(wipe it down after flicking the blade in / out) 3rd– give it some time to break in.
    and now ,, I would like to Thank TacKnives & keep up the good work
    Ron

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