9" Anomaly Stiletto Tactical Simulated Stag Automatic Knife - Bayonet

Retail Price: $29.99
Our Price: $19.99
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Item #BP-10441


  • Overall Length:8.75"
  • Blade Length:3.75"
  • Cutting Edge:3.50"
  • Blade Thickness:0.10"
  • Blade Material:Stainless Steel
  • Blade Style:Bayonet
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Black
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.00"
  • Handle Thickness:0.43"
  • Handle Material:Delrin
  • Weight:3.40 oz.
  • Knife Type:Automatic
  • Opener:Push Button
  • Lock Type:Bolster Lock
  • Model:Anomaly
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Collection
  • Brand:Knife Tech
  • Color:Brown
  • 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. Black 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.


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breaking in
john o.
I've found that these less expensive knives require a break in period (of about 100 openings and a little wd-40) to work properly, so don't be to quick to judge them as defective. You get what you pay for now mine functions 99%.
A nice Italian style knife for the money
Michael G.
Honestly, for $16.95, I wasn't expecting much. I just wanted an Italian style knife for the novelty of it and perhaps for opening mail and packages.

Well, I am pleasantly impressed. This knife is well worth the money, IMHO.

The good: Fitment is very good. of course it has the boxy scales, but from what I can tell, that is par for the course in Italian style knives. The faux stag looks and feels good. The blade is well made and is centered in the liners when closed. The grind is good, and the knife arrived quite sharp--a few swipes on my ceramic stick and it popped hair off my arm. The point is needle sharp, as a stiletto should be. No idea as to what the steel is--440? The blade is coated black, but I don't think it will last long if used for cutting.
Kinda funny--the button side of the blade is deeply stamped "Italian Milano" and the off side is more lightly stamped "China"--perhaps they feed the 12 y/o kids putting these together Prince spaghetti on Wednesdays? The blade does lock up tight, with (surprisingly) no play at all.

The liners and rivets appear to be brass and there seems to be thin brass or bronze washers on either side of the pivot pin.

The blade fires hard and locks every time. Unlike the swing guard stiletto I bought for a Christmas gift last year. The bolster lock works nicely, neither too hard nor too soft. The button is easy to reach and feels positive. The safety moves well and stays in either position.

The bolsters are fitted nicely with the liners and are black coated. The coating is well applied.

The bad: my only real complaint with the knife is the rivets. Most of them are fine--there is one that is poorly finished. However, one of the rivets, perhaps the most important next to the pivot is too short and does not protrude through the off side scale at all. Of course, this is the rivet that secures the spring. It hasn't come out, and I don't know that it will. I may get around to replacing it at some point.

Now, I am not going to complain about it, as Bladeplay clearly warns that there may be some imperfections and I accepted that risk for an inexpensive knife.

Bottom line: would I buy another Anomaly? YES! I'll go so far as to say that if by some far fetched circumstance I was forced to use this for serious business and my Protech Godfather was out of reach, I would. Of course, I'd pick a soft target. ;-)

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