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Viper Fate Stiletto Cocobolo Fighting Knife - V4005CB
Viper Regionali Bergamasco Traditional Horn Tip Knife - V5744PC
Viper Regionali Gobbo Traditional Italian Folder - V5746CB
Viper Start Canvas Micarta Folding Tactical Knife - V5850CV
Viper Start Cocobolo Folding Tactical Knife - V5840CB
Viper knives are hand-made in Manaigo, Italy. Manaigo is the undisputed center of fine knife making in Italy. It has a reputation for manufacturing many of the finest knives in Europe.
Viper's mother company is called Tecnocut and was founded in 1987 and since then they have been producing sporting knives under the Viper brand name.
Viper's purpose is to combine advanced technology with old world European craftsmanship creating products of the highest caliber.
In accordance with that philosophy Viper began to add fine damascus blades and bolsters in 1992. The first Damascus series was five models of fixed blade knives with subcontracted damascus.
They felt like the quality was not up to their standards and began to make their own damascus "in-house" in 1994. In 1995 they added their own type of wire damascus.
In 1996 Viper introduced four new types of Damascus blades: high contrast, carbon, stainless and super stainless with a great variety of patterns.
In the '90s Viper/Tecnocut accelerated new product introductions and innovation with a great variety of fixed blades.
All these lines, folding and fixed blades, include attractive finishes from stabilized maple burl and curly maple, genuine stag and horn, colored bakelite and exotic woods.
Their target is to keep our product line up to date with current trends and to constantly offer new and innovative items for the ever changing cutlery market.
We know that words only go so far. But when you pick up and handle a Viper knife you will understand why they have a reputation worldwide for stunning design, fit and finish.
Please take a look at our growing selection of Viper knives.