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11" Omerta Sons Of Italy Honduran Rosewood Heat Blued Jeweled Stainless 5mm Bayonet Batwing Swinguard Automatic Switchblade Knife by Rubens Blades KIT
5mm 440c Stainless Steel Bayonet Blade
Tang Etched with Crown Logo and OMERTA
Blade Etched: SONS OF ITALY
Solid Heat Blued and Jeweled Stainless Steel Bolsters, Liners, & Folding Batwing Guards
Authentic Honduran Rosewood Handle ScalesHeat Blued and Jeweled 5mm Thick Lockback and Spring.
I wanted the best swinguard ever to be made and this blade will show you the quality we are able to bring to the market.
No one has ever made a 5mm swinguard model and it is awesome to be the first to bring such an item to creation.
These are the best high end quality stiletto switchblades on the market today that are fully custom hand made in the USA with premium grade materials.
The Only Automatic Stiletto Switchblade Knife For The American Wiseguy In You.
Omertà is a Code of Honor that is rooted in the Code of Silence.
Non-cooperation with authorities, and non-interference in the illegal and legal actions of others.
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Omertà Stilettos Are The Only True Italian Made Stiletto Knives Built In America.
Each Piece Is Hand Crafted & Hand Assembled by Rubens Blades in the USA.
Hand Made Works of Art From An Italian-American Artisan
The Stiletto is a blade style first developed in Italy and dates from the late 1400s.
It is thought to be a development of the rondel dagger or misericordia, a needle-pointed weapon with a narrow blade designed primarily for thrusting, though possessing cutting edges.
The Italian word "stiletto" comes from the Latin stilus, the thin pointed Roman writing instrument used to engrave wax or clay tablets in ancient times.
The stiletto began to gain fame during the late Middle Ages, when it was the secondary weapon of knights.
Originally designed as a purely offensive weapon, the stiletto was used to finish off a fallen or severely wounded heavily armored opponent.
The needle-like blade could easily penetrate most mail or find its way through gaps in a knight's plate armor, and was narrow enough to pass through the eye slits of the helmeted knight.
A severely wounded opponent, who was not expected to survive, would be given a "mercy strike".
The Italian stiletto, originally a purely offensive weapon used to kill an unsuspecting or wounded adversary, was later embraced throughout Italy as a fighting knife for close combat confrontations.
The popularity of the stiletto in the Kingdom of Sicily resulted in the development of the scherma di stiletto siciliano (Sicilian school of stiletto fighting).
The stiletto was purely a thrusting or stabbing weapon, and the scherma di stiletto siciliano accordingly taught fighting movements designed to avoid the tip of the opponent's blade (scanso).
Techniques characteristic of the scherma di stiletto siciliano include sbasso (bending to ground), in quarto tagliata (tacking to left or right), and the balzo (leap to evade the enemy’s blade).
A person skilled in the use of a stiletto would thrust the knife deep into the victim, then twist the blade sharply in various directions before retracting it, causing the sharp point to inflict severe internal damage not readily apparent when examining the entrance wound.
During the 1950s, large numbers of folding switchblade or automatic opening knives with locking blades were imported from Italy to the United States.
These Italian switchblades were commonly and popularly referred to as stilettos, since most incorporated a long, slender blade tapering to a needle-like point, together with a slim-profile handle and vestigial cross-guard.
The majority of these Italian stiletto switchblade knives used a now-iconic bayonet-style blade with a single sabre-grind edge (often unsharpened) and a long opposing false edge.
As with the medieval stiletto, the stiletto switchblade was designed primarily as an offensive weapon, optimized for thrusting rather than cutting.
Most of these knives were designed with a locking device which locked the blade in the open position, and this lock, combined with the stiletto blade profile, enabled the knife to be used as an effective thrusting or stabbing weapon (unlike most U.S. switchblade designs of the day).
The Mafia known as Cosa Nostra which translates to "Our Thing"
La Cosa Nostra is a criminal syndicate that emerged in the mid-nineteenth century in Sicily, Italy.
The American Mafia arose from offshoots of the Mafia that emerged in the United States during the late nineteenth century, following waves of emigration from Italy.
Omertà Stilettos Are Truly Our Thing & Demands You Live By The Code Of Honor
- Lockback Release Stiletto
- Stainless Steel Bolsters
- Authentic Honduran Rosewood Handle Scales
- Stainless Steel Bayonet Blade
- Overall Length: 11"
- Closed Length: 6"
- Blade Length: 5"
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