Gil Hibben lives and works in LaGrange, Kentucky. Gil grew up in Wyoming in the depression era. He began to make knives part time after he was discharged from the navy in 1956. His first Bowie knife was sold for $45. From this his long and famous career as a professional knife maker began. Over the years he achieved fame as a first class custom knife maker. His work has been featured in, and on the covers of national gun and knife magazines. In 1988 his work became even more well known when Sylvestor Stallone purchased several of Gils custom knives for his own collection. He was then asked to design the famous knife which was used in the move Rambo III. The reproduction of that knife has been the one of the biggest selling production knives ever produced, selling over 250,000 copies. Gils career as a custom knife maker has earned him fame and the respect of collectors worldwide, even taking him to Elvis Presleys home and the White House where one of the knives was entered into the presidential archives. Gil still makes knives in LaGrange and his brother Darryl who is also a renowned knife maker in his own right, lives and makes knifes nearby.
Hibben Gil Hibben Belt XL - GHBLTXL Hibben Buckle Knife Belt. Survival. Black imitation leather belt for use with GH5009 and GH5010 belt buckle knives. Size X-tra large. Fits waist sizes 41-44.
Hibben Gil Hibben Belt Large - GHBLTL Hibben Buckle Knife Belt. Survival. Black imitation leather belt for use with GH5009 and GH5010 belt buckle knives. Size large. Fits waist sizes 37-40. Knife and buckle not included.
Hibben Highlander Bowie - GH627 Hibben Highlander Bowie. 13 1/2 overall. 8 3/4" 420 stainless bowie blade. Mirror polished stainless guard and pommel. Stainless wire wrapped handle. Black leather belt sheath. A re-release of a classic knife from the Hibben Collection. Limited quantity. Available while supplies last."
Hibben Old West Toothpick - GH5019 Hibben Old West Toothpick 17 1/2 overall. 11 7/8" AUS-6 stainless blade with mirror polished finish and a solid brass back. Laminated wood handles. Black leather belt sheath. Featured in the Expendables movie."
Hibben Belt Buckle Push Dagger - GH5010 Hibben Gentleman's Buckle Knife. 5 5/8 overall. 3 1/4" blade. One piece 420 stainless construction. Snuggly tucks away into the Survival Buckle Knife Belt."
Hibben Hibben IV Machete - GH5007 Hibben IV Machete. 17 7/8 overall. 11 3/8" 1090 hand forged carbon steel black coated machete style blade. Full tang. Black fabric wrapped grip. Lanyard hole. Brown leather lanyard. Black custom leather belt sheath."
GH5003 Large Triple Thrower Set Hibben Triple Thrower Set. Large. Includes three 11 1/4 overall knives with 6 1/4" tanto blade. One piece stainless construction. Leather belt sheath holds all three. Target included."
Hibben Thrower II Triple Set - GH455C Hibben Thrower II Triple Set. Includes three 8 1/2 overall throwing knives with 4 1/8" blade. One piece 420 J2 stainless construction. Triple pocket leather sheath."
Hibben Double Shadow - GH453 Hibben Double Shadow. 11 1/2 overall. 6" stainless double edge blade with center slot cutout. Gray finish wire wrapped handle. Stainless guard and pommel. Black leather belt sheath."
Hibben Large Thrower Triple Set - GH2011 Hibben Large Thrower Triple Set. Generation 2. Includes three GH-2003 in a sheath designed to hold them all. Each knife is 8 5/8 overall with 4 5/8" blade which is 3/16" thick. Designed by Gil Hibben, Master Knifemaker. These are updated designs of the original Hibben Throwers. Constructed of one-piece, tempered stainless steel. They feature ergonomic handle designs that guide the hand into the same consistent and accurate release each time they are thrown. Each comes with black nylon belt sheath with reinforced liner and color Hibben Knives patch."
Hibben Alaskan Survival Knife - GH1168 Hibben Alaskan Survival Knife. 12 1/4 overall with 6 7/8" 420 J2 stainless blade. The full tang stainless blade is fluted along the back. Black Spanish micarta handles with stainless steel guard. Lanyard hole. Includes black leather belt sheath"