This knife was sent to me by a reader who also happened to be a knife designer. He designed and had produced in Italy a run of unique fixed blades called the Campagnolo. It is as weird a knife as you will find anywhere. From the handle, to the blade shape, to the carry options, this is a weird knife. And as your first venture into the knife world, its a bold statement. Corey could have dropped a…what for it…bland drop point under, but instead he releases what is essentially a food prep/kitchen knife beefed up for the outdoors. Its not for everyone and it is definitely outside the mainstream, but it is quite good in its intended role. If you thought to yourself that the Spyderco Zulu was bridge too far, well, this one is another bridge on the other side.
Let’s see how this strange little blade stacks up.
There is no product page, but here is the Cotelleria Collini page for the knife. There are two variants one with a brown micarta handle and another with a green micarta handle. There are no other written reviews or video reviews.
Kind of a homely little thing, but it looks comfortable.View Linked Article