Gil Hibben Double Shadow Dagger
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  • Razor-sharp 420 stainless steel blade
  • Mirror-polished blade finish
  • Premium Micarta handle
  • Includes genuine leather sheath
  • 15 ¼" overall

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As seen in the blockbuster motion picture Expendables II, this Double Shadow dagger from Gil Hibben features a split double-blade design you'll have to have in your collection!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.57 out of 5
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Collectable Reviewed by Adam Payne on Oct 19, 2016   4 out of 5

Not for practical use obviously. A awesome addition to my Movie Knife collection. Would not reccomend as a practical use knife. Great for what it is.

Reviewed by raul salinas on Aug 07, 2016   5 out of 5

4 inches bigger than the original, and no wire wrap. i'm actually longing for more Stallone movies, just because that means more Hibben knives.

Great knife. Reviewed by Kip Hert on Jun 27, 2016   5 out of 5

Very cool knife. The double blade is quite sharp and the feel is amazing. I love it but would like to see this in a wire wrapped handle to match the Double Shadow Knife and the single blade shadow dagger and knife. TO have all four of these knives match would be an excellent display. They go together so well except for the handle of this one. Over all gorgeous and not so much "fantasy" that you can't imagine using it.

Nice but Reviewed by Travis Dennison on Jun 11, 2016   5 out of 5

It's a nice knife I got it on the steal of the day and bogo also I checked both blades and their not razor sharp not sharp at all. Besides it not coming sharp it's beautiful

Very Well-Made Knife Reviewed by Alan on Sep 15, 2014   4 out of 5

The Knife Overall, the knife is gorgeous. It has an interesting but nice feel to it when I'm holding it. It feels like that because, most of the weight is in the handle. The guard and pommel are beautiful and have a mirror polish. The handle has a nice design and smooth feel to it. The blade's design is amazing. It's the type of blade you want to show off constantly. The tips do bend (nowhere near enough to break them) if I apply pressure to them. The Sheath The leather sheath is excellent. I found nothing wrong it and works great. The knife fits perfectly in the sheath. The sheath has a belt strap. The sheath also has a strap to keep the knife inside it if you are wearing it. Its design is cool and I display it even when the knife is in it. There was only one thing that I was disappointed about the knife. It is not "razor sharp" like it was advertised. The blade is pretty dull. The tip, however, is sharp. Overall, it's a very well made knife which can be displayed with pride.

Quality Reviewed by Phil Breese on Sep 14, 2014   5 out of 5

As with all Hibbens quality is the key. This one is no different. I use a 0-7 scale with 5++ being best considering form fit and function as well as cosmetics which includes metal used and grip type and quality. This knife is a 5++.

Nasty and beautiful Reviewed by David Kerm ode on Sep 10, 2014   4 out of 5

As a movie prop collectible, this is a very well-made knife. The surface finish on some minor areas of the stainless steel are a little rough, but overall the appearance is very good. As a tactical weapon, it is a little too big and clumsy as well as flashy, but it was commissioned by Silvester Stallone for a movie, so you would expect the flashiness. This is a good quality decoration, rather than a real combat knife. Well worth the selling price due to the quality.

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