Gil Hibben Old West Toothpick Bowie Knife and Leather Sheath
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  • Designed for Sylvester Stallone for "Expendables" film
  • 11 7/8" mirror polished stainless steel blade
  • Oversized stainless guard and pommel
  • Includes embossed leather sheath - Classic hardwood handle
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Overall length: 17 1/2"

Gil Hibben has a history of designing knives for Sylvester Stallone to feature in his films, going back to the "Rambo III" Bowie. Stallone is an avid collector of Gil's custom knives, and that relationship continued when Stallone commissioned Gil to make several knives to use in his new film, "The Expendables." One of these movie star knives was a never-before-produced, custom designed Old West Toothpick. This handsome, versatile fixed blade knife features a classic 11 7/8" Arkansas toothpick style blade, gold plated blade back and classic hardwood handle. It includes a handsome genuine leather sheath and certificate of authenticity. Measures 17 1/2".

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.88 out of 5
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Nice and Deadly Reviewed by on May 21, 2018   5 out of 5

One of my friends/weapon buddies saw these and bought two... as he often says, if one is good, two is mo better... anyway I noticed them hanging on his pack and asked about them... got to playing with it and, sucker that I am for bowies, toothpicks, daggers and assorted stickers and slashers, asked him if he was interested in selling me one of them... he considered it for a couple weeks and then let me have one for the money he had in it. This thing is truly a short sword but certainly in line with some of the early bowies. My buddy is anal about maintaining a sharp edge on every knife he owns, so it came to me super-sharp, and with a sharpened back-edge too. Dunno how well it will keep an edge but it certainly TAKES an edge! The blade is designed more as a sticker rather than a slasher but the sheer size and mass of this thing would deliver a mean cut... Like a katana, it isnt really meant for playin around with but I'd like to try it out on some hangin meat, like a pig or deer, just to see...

Now THAT’S a knife! Reviewed by on Nov 21, 2017   5 out of 5

Such a nice knife! Long and heavy blade, which came shaving sharp right out of the box. I cut my finger down to the bone running my finger lightly down the edge, doubting it’s sharpness, so be careful. The brass spine looks quite nice. The leather sheath is well-made, but fits a little too tightly. I’m sure that this will resolve itself over time, though. My only complaint worth mentioning is that (even with my above average-sized hands) the grip feels like grabbing a 2x4. It is not the end of the world, since I can always sand it down to a more comfortable shape and re-finish it, but it is worth noting for anybody with small to medium hands. Overall, I am still extremely happy with my purchase, and it will adorn my hip for the foreseeable future.

Wow beautiful Reviewed by Robert Stepan on Sep 20, 2017   5 out of 5

This is another one of Gil's blades for my collection. Beautiful construction massive and so sharp it can cut paper like a safety blade. Nice sheath , too nice of a knife to take on a camping trip...but would hold up nicely as it's a beast. The handle perfectly carved and fits well even in my average hands. Great value and identical to the expendable version minus the logo.

Beautiful knife Reviewed by Roddy Dryer on Mar 10, 2017   5 out of 5

I purchased this more out of curiosity than anything else, and I can say I'm quite happy with this knife. I cannot say how strong the tang is because I haven't attempted to see how it's fastened in the handle or how far in it goes, but as a cutting and stabbing tool this thing would be devastating. I'm usually more about function than fashion but this one wooed me. I have to admit that I like showing it off.

Its a beaut clark! Reviewed by on Dec 31, 2016   5 out of 5

I just purchased this with the 30% off code. Wow! What a deal. I do not purchase Hibben knives for functionality due to the materials. Not that they are not capable, but the steels are not ideal. Leave that to the Ontario knives, condors, etc. The Hibben family produces beautiful knives. This one may be functional, but it is far too pretty for me to cut anything more than soft targets... like a steak. If you enjoy top notch craftsmanship and design this is a very nice piece to add to your collection.

10 out of 10 Reviewed by on Dec 31, 2016   5 out of 5

This is a got to have knife love it

Used it in the real world Reviewed by on Nov 07, 2016   5 out of 5

This is my second review of the Gil Hibben Old West Toothpick! I received this knife a Monday morning and left for my cabin in the north woods of Michigan on Wednesday morning, taking the Toothpick with me! I thought I would play with it a little out in the woods. My wife laughed at me when I hung the HUGE knife on my belt. The Hibben was hanging just behind my S&W .357 on my right hip. I headed out to the back side of my place taking my 3 German Shepherds with me. Just as I could see the property line I saw something move in the underbrush. A full grown coyote came out on to the path in front of me. The dogs started for the snarling coyote. Then panic set in the coyote was foaming at the mouth. My dog lunged toward it, I screamed calling them back! My Shepherds are like family to me, the last thing I wanted was for them to tangle with a rabid animal! My hand went to my gun but I realized the dogs were too close, I might hit one of them. I yanked the big knife out of the sheath and went at the "yote" without thinking. My first slash missed, I turned my wrist and reversed the next slash. The second slash made contact just below the animals left ear, partially severing the neck. My dogs were so close by this time I couldn't get off another slash. A single downward thrust through the rib cage ended the situation. I ran the 1/4 mile back to the cabin to get the rabies tainted blood off my hands. As I was running back the thought went through my mind that without the Toothpick this could have and most likely would have ended with me or one of my furry buddies being bitten. The dogs wouldn't have tolerated the coyote biting me and would have jumped in the fray. Only 2 more preventative shots left to go! Damn they hurt!

A Pleasant Surprise Reviewed by on Nov 01, 2016   5 out of 5

I bought this knife thinking it would be just a wall hanger! Man-o-Man did I get a surprise. I took it out of the box, the first thought that went through my mind was how good it felt in my hand. I examined it very closely and, found out how well made it is. The edge was good but up to my standards so, I pulled out a steel hone thinking I had a long job ahead of me. All it took was 25 strokes and the big knife was sharp enough to shave the hair off your arm. I forge my own swords, battle axes and, fighting knifes. So my opinion does carry a bit more weight than a normal buyer! Since the knife was well made and now near razor sharp, I thought I would run it through the same tests as my own hand made knives and the high end fighters in my collection. I hung a 1 inch diameter blue spruce limb from a piece of 550 cord from a rafter in the garage. A single 45degree downward slash cut through the limb with no hesitation at all. Next I clamped a white pine 1 x 1 in a vise and chopped through it. The edge wasn't turned only dulled slightly, 10 stroke on the hone and, it's as good as new! Yep I'm going to hang it on the wall because it is truly a beautiful piece but, it's more than just a wall hanger! This a useable knife, a huge useable knife at a super price! Don't let the fact that this is a United Cutlery item fool you, it's a great piece.

MyFavoriteTool Reviewed by on Sep 21, 2016   5 out of 5

My go to when I get worried one glance and anyone is backing up and it comes in handy in the yard blade is razor sharp and holds up to hacking at trees. Dont get it I want to be the only one with it. lol

Elegance in motion Reviewed by raul salinas on Jul 31, 2016   5 out of 5

This one is a beauty that lives up to the hype. mine did come with a bent tip when it arrived, other than that, it is perfect. I use my knives, they're not just wall hangers, and this one did great in the bush.highly recommend you get one.

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