I saw a 9" 1960's vintage Japanese Fixed-Blade Italian Style Stiletto on eBay.

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Fishtail Picklock
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I saw a 9" 1960's vintage Japanese Fixed-Blade Italian Style Stiletto on eBay.

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<img src="https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/Sf4AAOSw ... s-l500.jpg" alt="Vtg-50-039-s-STILETTO-Italian-Dagger-FIXED-BLADE-Japanese-Made-KNIFE-No-Switch-JAPAN"/>


This spurred memories of the first (1959) episode of Yancey Derringer "Return To New Orleans". At 1:38-1:39 into the program, George Neise draws what appears to be a 7" "Brazilian Horn" handle, Fixed-Blade, Kriss-style stiletto, pinning one of Jock Mahoney's (Yancy Derringer's) four aces (and a deuce) to the card table. I would like to see AKC make some of these with a Flat-Grind, Dagger, Kriss, and Bayonet grind.

https://youtu.be/7gCnZlZRZ7w?t=101

I always thought that it would be handy to carry just such a dagger clipped to my sports jacket into what could possibly become a "sticky situation".

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Fishtail Picklock
Fishtail Picklock
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Re: I saw a 9" 1960's vintage Japanese Fixed-Blade Italian Style Stiletto on eBay.

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Such excitement!
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