9" Anomaly Stiletto Sim Stag Automatic Knife - Bayonet

Retail Price: $29.99
Our Price: $19.99
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Item #BP-11213


  • Overall Length:9.00"
  • Blade Length:3.75"
  • Cutting Edge:3.25"
  • Blade Thickness:0.17"
  • Blade Material:Stainless Steel
  • Blade Style:Bayonet
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Polish
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:8.25"
  • Handle Thickness:1.00"
  • Handle Material:Delrin
  • Bolster Material:Nickel Silver
  • Frame/Liner:Brass
  • Weight:3.45 oz.
  • Knife Type:Automatic
  • Opener:Push Button
  • Lock Type:Bolster Lock
  • Best Use:Collection
  • Brand:Knife Tech
  • Color:Brown
  • Model:Anomaly
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Product Type:Knife


The Anomaly automatic knife is not a genuine Italian-made stilleto, but it sure is fun! It has a bolstered sim stag handle with push button and sliding safety. Satin finished stainless steel bayonet style blade and bolsters. This automatic knife has all the great things you love about the real deal without the big price tag. This isn't a perfect knife and may have a few imperfections. Definitely more of a novelty, good for opening letters. Comes with black nylon sheath.


Customer Reviews

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good for the money
michael s.
The horn handle pieces are about twice as thick as they should be making it a little bulky. But its still super fast opening, decently sharp out of the box, and feels nice and solid.
max m.
This knife is great for people who are just starting there switchblade collection. I think there is only one thing they should change which is it takes a lot of pressure to unlock the blade. Other than that it is a great knife.
Great Italian Style Stiletto
Lyle D.
I received my order today (from order to receipt of package took just 6 days), and here's my initial impressions.

Here in Ohio, automatics are legal and I can get them from several local places, but they are either the expensive high-end models or CCC (Cheap Chinese Crap). This knife seems to fit between the two. It's tough enough for light/medium cutting chores and it's assembled very well.

This knife fires fast. Lock-up was a little loose, so I lightly peened the brass rivet a bit with a hammer on a vise, oiled it and it now locks up good and tight with no blade play. It came very sharp with a piercing tip, but a few minutes stropping on a piece of leather with some Mothers metal polish puts a very fine edge on the blade that passes the paper cuting test. Other than that, I haven't cut anything else as my intended purpose for this knife is strictly for display in my display case. Everything including the blade is very highly polished and very well made. The blade is well centered between the brass bolsters when closed and is symmetrically aligned when opened. All the brass rivets are securely peened and everything is tight. The blade grind is symmetrical, even at the tip. I love that the safety rides within an inset groove as opposed to directly on the outside of the scale and it's tight enough that it won't slide by itself. To the trained eye, the scales made of Staglon/Delrin/sim-stag (or whatever they choose to call it), are obviously synthetic, but look and feel great. They are a little "boxy", but typical of many Italian stilettos. One rivet didn't clear entirely thorough the back scale, but it holds tight regardless.

It's now displayed proudly in my display case amongst the rest of my extensive auto collection and right next to two other Milano's of the exact same type that I purchased in Tennessee while vacationing (one solid black-wood scaled and one solid rosewood scaled). The solid scales add additional strength to these types of knives and even to the high-end knives. I prefer the solid scales over the hollow plastic/acrylic/ABS, etc., type for just that reason. I now have a fine set of three. Incredible quality for the money. I highly recommend this knife whether your a beginning knife collector or a seasoned collector. The nylon sheath it came with is light, but perfectly suitable for EDC outside the pocket. I for one hate carrying a knife inside my pocket and the sheath is an added plus for anyone whom intends to carry these types of knives

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