Italian Switchblade Stiletto Knife Information

how to close a classic italian switchblade stiletto knife
See just how easy it is to close a switchblade knife:
Italian Switchblade Stiletto Knives Information - Blade Descriptions and Pictures - Here you'll find more information on the knives we carry from Maniago, Italy.  We're just building this page, so please be patient, however, if you have any specific questions, please feel free to email us at !  All Switchblades and stilettos are shown with average overall open length in inches. Also, FYI, the term stiletto actually is a dagger or knife with a long slender blade and needle-like point.  Also, almost ALL of our Italian knives come from Maniago, Italy where they have been hand crafting these knives for generations!

Here's a short Video on how to open and close your classic Italian knife

Click on the video below to see how to open and close a classic Italian Switchblade.

Italian Blade Styles - 3 basic: Bayonet, Dagger, Kris

Here's a picture of the 3 most popular Italian switchblade knife styles.

See how switchblades are made. Watch an AGA Campolin video

Click on the link below to see Italian switchblade knives being made.