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A stiletto (Italian: [stiˈletto]) is a knife or dagger with a long slender blade and needle-like point, primarily intended as a stabbing weapon.
The stiletto blade's narrow cross-section and acuminated tip reduces friction upon entry, allowing the blade to penetrate deeply. Some consider the stiletto a form of dagger, but most stilettos are specialized thrusting weapons not designed for cutting or slashing, even with edged examples. Over time, the term stiletto has been used as a general descriptive term for a variety of knife blades exhibiting a narrow blade with minimal cutting surfaces and a needle-like point, such as the U.S. V-42 stiletto, while in American English usage, the name stiletto can also refer to a switchblade knife with a stiletto- or bayonet-type blade design. The term in plural "stilettos", is also used as slang for a long, thin, high heel (stiletto heel) for certain boots and shoes, usually worn by women.
... here's a New-Old-Stock Randall "Stiletto" fighting knife ... $550.00 ... I have other Randalls / Behring Made / Elliot Wakefield / Nate Clark .. German swords .. etc.... Happy to provide references ... thanks !
Hello all. I am looking for a knife that fits these specifications:
Traditional, folding stiletto style.
Very thin overall profile.
High quality. I don't mind paying more if it isn't cheap, Chinese crap.
Not an automatic knife as carrying such is verboten in the Beaver State...
I have a Benchmade Pagan that was just sharpened and is working perfectly, for sale for $175. It has some normal wear on the handle from carrying, but other than that is in fantastic shape. Very snappy as it was just serviced. These knives come with a lifetime service at the...