Thanks for welcoming me to the site.
It was suggested that I discuss stilettos in the general knife discussion area or in the area for foreign manufactured knives. I don't have a problem with that, however I'm not really sure exactly where a lot of my stilettos were made.
I know many people feel it's important to know where a knife is made or which company made it, but honestly, I've never cared too much about all of that when collecting. If I see a knife that looks nice, if it's handle is colorful/fancy, if it feels good in my hand, if it has that snapping walk-and-talk, then really, that's all good enough for me, I don't really care too much about where it hails from or what it's childhood was like, heheh...
So, when it comes to discussing stilettos, unless there's opposition to it, like if the owners of the site object, for example, then I think the switchblade area may be a better place to discuss manual stilettos than the general knife discussion area. After all, switchblades and manual stilettos are quite similar, after all. No, they're not exactly the same, but they're definitely in the same family.
For those who requested pictures of my stiletto collection, yes, those will be coming in the next couple days. I never had to take pictures of my collection before I joined this site, but I'll start now. I've already posted pictures in the public gallery showing some of my Case silver script knives, and I just started my personal photo album here, so I'll soon have many pictures for everyone to look at, both of stilettos and of all my other kinds of knives, as well. I hope you all enjoy seeing them.