AGA Campolin 11" Francese Ring Pull Brazilian Horn Automatic Knife - Flat

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Item #BP-16580


  • Overall Length:11.00"
  • Blade Length:5.00"
  • Cutting Edge:4.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.13"
  • Blade Material:Stainless Steel
  • Blade Style:Dagger
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Polish
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:6.00"
  • Handle Thickness:0.72"
  • Handle Material:Brazilian Horn
  • Color:Brown
  • Bolster Material:Nickel Silver
  • Frame/Liner:Brass
  • Weight:7.80 oz.
  • User:Right Hand
  • Knife Type:Automatic
  • Opener:Push Button
  • Lock Type:Ring Pull
  • Brand:AGA Campolin
  • Model:Ring Pull
  • Country of Origin:Italy
  • Best Use:Collection
  • Product Type:Knife


This beautiful push button stiletto offers traditional Italian craftsmanship from AGA Campolin, and an elegant style and design. The blade is a polished stainless steel with the "AGA Campolin Mangiano, Italy" stamp on the tang. The bolsters and buttons are made of polished nickel silver which gives them a classic and classy look. The top bolster is a striking "T" shape and includes the ring-pull that unlocks the blade. The bottom bolster is a rounded, swooping shape that has an Art Deco feel to it. The handle scales are made of rich, Brazilian horn over brass liners and secured with brass pins. The sliding safety holds the blade secure while shut and protects against accidental opening. The push button is a little stiff at first, but the action is smooth and the lock up is secure. To release the blade, simply pull the brass ring. This is an excellent addition to your collection, or a great piece with which to start a collection.

Each knife is unique! Due to the nature of organic material, variation in color and pattern will occur.


Customer Reviews

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New favorite!!
Keith e.
I've bought a bunch of knives from blade play all under 100$ and am very happy with them all. This knife modesty priced at 120 is off the hook cool and classy! Releases very strong with extremely little blade play. So beautiful that its awfully tempting to carry:)
Great Knife !
mark a.
Didn't fire too well right out of the wrapper, but a tiny amount of WD-40 and this knife deploys like a champ! Beautiful design, well made, nicely polished blade, bolsters & scales . Heirloom quality at a fair price, and sharp to boot ! Shipping's fast & free, and Blade Play's customer service is A-1 . Try it, you'll like it !
George J.
Arrived a bit dry, but its been sitting awhile... very tight construction... needed a bit of lubrication and working in... minutes, not hours. Fires hard, lock up is excellent with no "blade play" at all. All, parts are heavy and well finished. A little oil in the retention hole will ease up the firing button greatly.
Richard G.
Solid knife. Chunky 8 oz. Beautiful and tight no play front to back or side to side.scales and bolsters flawless. Came dirty with heavy greāse and would not fire all the way. A quick call to blade play and I was able to clean it properly and it is my favorite. First AGA Campolin. There will be more.
This is a beautiful, solid knife!
Chris P.
I purchased this same knife (with honey horn scales) about 2 months ago and absolutely love it. Unfortunately, I purchased it from another website and paid nearly $30 more (including shipping fees) than Blade Play is offering it for sale. If you are on the fence about this knife, don't be. Buy it at this great price before they are gone! The description above is accurate in that the button is a little stiff. I happen to like that, so I don't see it as a criticism. The blade also fires fast and hard and has zero play once it locks up. And when I say it fires hard, I mean that you really need to have a firm grip on it as you push the button or it could potentially fly out of your hand. Again, I think that is a sign of the quality craftsmanship that went into making it. All in all, this is a solid knife.

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