SKM 9" Italian Stiletto Automatic Knife Dark Horn (4" Satin Bayonet)

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Item #BHQ-51013


  • Overall Length:8.875"
  • Blade Length:3.875"
  • Cutting Edge:3.25"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:Stainless Steel
  • Blade Style:Bayonet
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Polish
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.00"
  • Handle Thickness:0.68"
  • Handle Material:Dark Horn
  • Color:Black
  • Bolster Material:Nickel Silver
  • Frame/Liner:Brass
  • Weight:3.55 oz.
  • Knife Type:Automatic
  • Opener:Push Button
  • Lock Type:Bolster Lock
  • Brand:SKM
  • Model:9" Stiletto
  • Country of Origin:Italy
  • Best Use:Collection
  • Product Type:Knife


This 9" Italian Stiletto from SKM Italy offers classic stiletto style with a dark horn handle and a bayonet blade. SKM makes a variety of Italian stilettos featuring traditional designs at an affordable price. This 9" model has an horn handle with stainless steel bolsters. Brass pins and liners add a classic finishing touch to the piece. The blade has a flat grind with a plain edge and a satin finish. Experience the affordable Italian quality of these authentic stilettos from SKM Italy.

Italian Stilettos are handmade using traditional knife-making techniques. As a result they will have a more rustic fit and finish than most production knives. These traditional Italian knives are intended more for collection and display, rather than hard EDC use.

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Nice knife for that "classic" switchblade feel
Daniel W.
I bought this knife pretty much because it seems to me to represent the classic switchblade that you see in movies and on tv. It is definitely not an EDC knife, the cutting edge is barely sharp. If you are familiar with stilettos they are designed as a stabbing instrument, not cutting, so some don't even come with a sharp edge at all.

The fit and finish were ok, everything is functional, but the scales don't line up with each other, nor do the bolsters. I guess I would expect better with a knife being produced in a western country, but this is my first stiletto, maybe they all come like that. The price seems a little steep for what you get, I feel like this is a knife in the $50 range rather then $70.
Ultimately I have only a few minor complaints, but nothing that I think is a deal breaker.

One thing, instead of using the deployment button to retract the blade like on a modern switchblade, the bolster actually pivots to retract the blade. This is standard for stilettos, but it took me a while to figure out, so just thought I would mention it to save you the confusion.