Zero - Black G-10 Bayonet

SKU
406357
Date Added:
11/07/19
# Available:
0
Price: $195.00
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Overview
This Zero model features a black G-10 handle and a black bayonet blade. The AGA Campolin Zero automatic offers Italian-made craftsmanship at it's very finest. This model is characterized by a flawless fit and finish, rock solid blade lock up, and snappy automatic deployment. The Zero is definitely not your grandpa's Italian stiletto, with carbon fiber handle scales, stainless steel bolsters, and a high performance N690Co steel blade. A stainless steel tip-down pocket clip finishes off the solid EDC design. Features: Black G-10 handle scales offer a sleek look and a high-performance grip. Stainless steel pocket clip for comfortable everyday carry. Austrian Bohler N690Co blade steel provides a strong, durable blade edge. Comes with original box and papers. Excellent condition.
Product Details
  • Blade Length
    3.75
  • Overall Length
    8.75
  • Closed Length
    5
  • Weight (oz)
    6.1
  • Source
    Previously Owned
Additional Specs
  • Knife Type
    Tip Down Carry, Tip Down Clip
  • Blade Material
    N690
  • Blade Details
    Drop Point, Spear Point
  • Handle Material
    G10, Metallic
ABOUT THE MAKER
Campolin, A.G.A.
Angelo Campolin Sr. was born in 1923 in Maniago, Italy. He worked on perfecting his knife making skills before WWII and at this time made his first switchblades. After the war, in 1947 he started his company and made 30 stilettos with the marking “Angelo Campolin”. In the 1970’s Angelo’s son Gianni started to work in the company and they were specializing in folding hunting knives and also manual folding stilettos for the Robert Klaas company in Solingen Germany with their Kissing Cranes mark. In 2002 American switchblade collectors Dan Fuller, Brad West, and Tim Zinser were visiting Maniago and enjoying a few glasses of wine in a bar with Angelo Jr. and Gianni. The discussion was about a new name for some knife projects they wanted to pursue. It was Brad West that suggested the tang stamp should be AGA, for Angelo, Gianni, Angelo, thus representing three generations in the knife making business. The Campolins liked it and it stuck. In the beginning it was just a few items, but grew to the point where now there are 12 models and different scale options. The goal has been to offer quality switchblades using the old methods and traditions. Being a collector himself, Angelo Jr. knows what others like. The company headquarters has moved to Austria with production still in the original Maniago shop, as well as the others in Maniago that produce the knives for A.G.A. Campolin.
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