Gil Hibben Silver Shadow Dagger Knife
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  • 7 1/2" mirror polished 420 stainless steel blade
  • Gil's personal stamp etched on the blade
  • Silver wire-wrapped hilt
  • Genuine leather sheath
  • Overall length: 12 1/2"

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Renowned knife designer Gil Hibben custom crafted this knife especially for United Cutlery in 1990 as the first in his annual "Fantasy Series" offerings. It features a razor sharp, double edged 7 1/2" mirror polished 420 stainless steel blade. Hibben's signature stamp is etched on the spear point blade, housed in an included custom genuine leather sheath. The handle is delicately wrapped in silvery stainless steel wire. An gleaming, mirror polished stainless steel oversized guard and pommel completes the iconic Hibben "fantasy." Measures 12 1/2" overall.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.54 out of 5
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Consider it a Dagger Reviewed by Kip Hert on Jul 12, 2016   5 out of 5

I consider this a Dagger as with the Silver Shadow Dagger. Again , it is a beautiful blade, meant more for piercing and stabbing rather than slashing or cutting. I Love both of these blades, they look great and feel great. Although this one has a little more of a refined edge than the "dagger" version, it is still not a razor sharp blade, it will cut, but it isn't meant for slashing.

Great Reviewed by on Aug 29, 2015   5 out of 5

Gil Hibben's products are great. My Silver Shadow fell off the wall several times, and imbedded itself into the floor without damaging the point. Couln't ask for more in a dagger. Love the silver polished look to it. A ust buy at a good price. (I also paid $39.98 for mine). Get one while they last!

Great Reviewed by Ted on Dec 05, 2014   5 out of 5

This knife exemplifies quality. It is hefty and well balanced, as well as beautiful. The same can be said for it's smaller cousin. I have them both.

Shadow Dagger Reviewed by C. Casner on Feb 10, 2014   4 out of 5

I received my Shadow Dagger today and was impressed with the quality from a Chinese made dagger. The guard is not very tight and the leather is a little dry. I took care of the leather with neat’s-foot oil the guard I will look at tomorrow. As others have mentioned, it isn’t very sharp. To that I say buy a knife as a dagger is a stabbing weapon a knife is a cutting tool.

Silver Shadow Reviewed by Rick on Jan 20, 2014   4 out of 5

Great looking and balance, well worth the price. Returned 1st one due to loose hilt. Return was easy and the folks at BudK were very friendly and helpful.Great knife and great experience.

Silver Shadow Reviewed by Keith Wisecarver on Jul 29, 2013   5 out of 5

I own a number of Gil Hibben's knives and have never been disappointed. This knife is no exception. It is definitely a great addition to anyone's collection.

Very Dull Reviewed by S. Davis on May 29, 2013   3 out of 5

This is a very pretty knife, but quite dissapointing in that it is quite dull as it comes, except for the point. I tried a carbide sharpener (item #40FP1) on it and it just produced curls of steel without sharpening the knife at all.

Silver Shadow Knife Reviewed by Austin Smith on Oct 10, 2011   5 out of 5

I bought this knife from the Ren Fest for 39$, It could be sold for way more though! This knife is VERY sturdy and is VERY pointy, it is an extremely well made knife and it is by far the best blade I've ever bought EVER, don't think about it just buy it, you will be very pleased! I would give this knife 8 stars if I could.

Silver Shadow & Silver Shadow II Reviewed by Jerry on Aug 13, 2011   5 out of 5

I now have both models in my collection and I am very pleased to display them. As someone said, they are simple, elegant, always attract attention, and I've found that they take a pretty decent edge. (I don't collect pieces that cannot be sharpened). Regardless of where they are made, they are well worth the money, and I believe they will increase in value. Thanks Bud K.

Gil Hibben Silver Shadow Knife Reviewed by 10ZULU on Jun 19, 2010   5 out of 5

It may be made in China, but it is still a "Gil Hibben." The knife itself meets the Gil Hibben standard as far as I'm concerned. It will be displayed between two Commando Black Daggers. I'm sure that it would do a nice job taking down the enemy, but they have it in black also >grin<. Way to go BUDK! Thank you.

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