Gil Hibben "Expendables 2" Toothpick Knife And Leather Sheath

$89.99  
  4.6 ( 14 reviews)

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Part #:17 GH5038
  • Mirror polished 3Cr13 stainless steel blade
  • Oversized guard and pommel
  • Classic hardwood handle
  • Inlaid synthetic ivory accent
  • Embossed leather sheath
  • Overall length: 17 1/2"
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Description

Gil Hibben has a history of designing knives for Sylvester Stallone to feature in his films, going back to the "Rambo III" Bowie. Stallone has been 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 films, "The Expendables" and "Expendables 2." One of those was this never before produced, custom designed Old West Toothpick. It offers a classic 11 7/8" Arkansas toothpick style 3Cr13 stainless steel blade with a mirror polished finish and a solid brass spine plate. The wooden handle features an elegant synthetic ivory inlay with a fine "Expendables" skull and crow etching. The Hibben "Expendables 2" Toothpick includes a rugged leather belt sheath with a stamped Hibben logo and certificate of authenticity. Measures 17 1/2" overall.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.57 out of 5

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Customer Reviews


Charles Boger
Dec 19, 2018
(5 out of 5)
Expendables 2 Toothpick

Excellent product. High quality knife in all ways! Very satisfied. Would recommend others who are interested in collecting and buying quality knives to consider purchasing one of these.

 

Mar 23, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Expendables Logo

I won't claim to be an expert, but this knife seems pretty good to me. Very sturdy and well made. My only complaint is the Expendables logo that's on the handle is on the back side of the knife, the side that is not visible when the knife is in it's sheath, which is a bit of a bummer because the logo contributes to the whole memorabilia factor. I have tried to put the knife in the sheath backwards, thinking maybe it wouldn't matter, but it doesn't fit properly.

 
RYMER
May 21, 2015
(5 out of 5)
EXSPEDABLES

When I bought this knife. I paid $100.00, the same Knife OLD WEST Tooth pick is $50.00 cheaper exact same knife OTHER THAN THE LOGO. when I asked for consideration I was denied.

 
kyle
Sep 22, 2014
(4 out of 5)
bottle opener

knife is missing the bottle opener near the tang that stalones version had in the movie. still a superb knife just not an exact replica.

 
Deen
Aug 29, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Great knofe

This knife is excellent! The only issue is with the sheath, it is too tight and does not allow the blade to slide freely into or out of it. Overall I am very happy with my purchase.

 
Chuck
Jun 18, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Sweet Knife

First off, I have been a knife collector for most of my 55+ years, I know Quality from Crap. THIS is a quality, FROM the tip of the extremely sharp and pointed blade, as well as pointed. I display my knives on the walls of my home, and it will hold it's own with it's quality, beauty' it being a Gil Hibbon as well as being a knife designed for Sylvester Stallone's second Expendables movie. It will look awesome next to my Alamo Bowie, my Davie Crocket ect.

 
John
Apr 27, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Terrific Toothpick

Terrific toothpick! This is my first Gil Hibben knife and I was just blown away by the high quality of the knife and sheath. Sharp enough to cut you out of the box, Fit and finish of the knife and scabbard are EXCELLENT. Blade is a quarter-inch thick. Balance is excellent. As a US Army vet I can also tell you that this IS an effective combat knife if used in Fairbairn style knife fighting. Any stab will penetrate.

 
DAN
Mar 19, 2014
(2 out of 5)
not a user

This (and the old west toothpick) are NOT users. AUS-6 STEEL IS NOT A GOOD CHOICE FOR LARGE KNIVES SOMETIMES USED FOR CHOPPING. I KNOW IT SHOWS CHOPPING IN THE VIDEO, BUT NOT THE CONDITION OF THE BLADE AFTERWARD THE ANGLE OF THE EDGE GRIND IS TO ACUTE ( TOO SHARP) AT WILL CHIP OFF LITTLE CHUNKS. AUS-8 (HARDER) WOULD SERVE BETTER FOR A LARGE KNIFE. I CAN ALSO TELL FROM THE WAY IT TAKES TO A HONING STEEL, THAT IT WON'T HOLD AN EDGE FOR THE SAME REASON. THE HANDEL IS WAYYYY TO BIG, AND THE SHEATH IS 1/8" TO SHORT, AND TO THIN. THE BRASS PERRY GARD ADDS THICKNESS AND IT IS NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE TO GET THE KNIFE IN AND OUT. THE HOLD DOWN STRAP IS 1/2 TO SHORT AND WON'T SNAP. THE 'OLD WEST' IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE AND I CAN SEE WHY. LOOKS NICE, BUT THE WRONG STEEL, BAD BALANCE, MEGA LARGE HANDLE, MAKE IT USELESS IN THE FIELD....LOOKS NICE THOUGH !!! EVERY ONE ELSE'S REVIEWS ARE BASED ON LOOKS ALONE !!

 
C. Casner
Feb 10, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Old West Toothpick

I received my Old West Toothpick today (not the Expendables 2 Toothpick same knife just without the little decal on the handle) and was totally impressed. The quality of the thing is exhalant. I think the Chinese are finely getting the hang of making knifes. This thing is beautiful. (I just like big knives. What can I say). I need have to treat the leather with neat’s-foot oil.

 
Phil Breese
Oct 13, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Typical Hibben

I now own 14 Hibben knives. This one as with all is impeccable for quality and workmanship as well as materials used however the blade arrived less than razor sharp. Unusual for Hibben knives. The other issue is the decal on the handle came off using oil to preserve the wood grip. Other than that a typical Hibben.

 
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