NEAT / MEXICAN PICKLOCK / HORN HANDLES
When was the last time you saw one of these come up for sale? Made in Mexico for the tourist trade, much like the Rizzuto's, although obviously in fewer numbers, these were the early versions, crudely built but sturdy as all get out. An obvious attempt at copying the infamous Italian stiletto. Measuring 5-3/8" closed and 10" opened with horn handles and aluminum bolsters. Pretty full unmarked spear blade has lots of patina, flys open pretty well and locks up securely with a bit of play. Safety functions. Yes crudely made but completely collectible and not ofteen found. Give this old Mexican a home.
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Item # 38257
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Allegheny Mountian Knives has provided the following additional shipping details:
Item will be shipped by first class mail with tracking and signature confirmation if value is over $100 and restricted delivery if over $400. Insurance may be added at an additional cost by purchaser, as well alternate shipping services such as priority mail and overnight delivery. All items will be packaged securely.