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Razor sharp 5 7/8" 7Cr17 stainless steel spear point bladeHandsome black polished pakkawood handleThumb rest and trigger-finger grip for controlBlade laser serialized for authenticityGil, Wesley Hibben's signatures etched on bladeIncludes leather sheath stamped with "Hibben Knives" logo Overall length: 12"
For the first time, Gil Hibben and Wes Hibben have teamed up to design this stunning piece!The Hibben Legacy knife is equally suitable for duty use or as the center piece of your Hibben knife collection.Famous knife maker Gil Hibben has been designing and producing top-quality blades for more than fifty years. Wesley has been making and designing custom knives for more than 25 years.Forged from 7CR17 stainless steel, this piece offers a sharpened 5 7/8 in. edge with a crisp, spear-point tip. The handle scales are made of polished Micarta and are pinned to the full tang blade.Each blade is laser serial-numbered and etched with Gil & Wesley Hibben's signatures for authenticity. Includes a leather sheath stamped with the Hibben Knives Custom Design Series logo. 12 in. overall.
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This knife is the 2012 Legacy Bowie...the first knife in the Legacy collection. Beautiful knife, still a Hibben...but NOT a "new" one in the series. I got fooled into ordering a knife I already had!
First off a word to the wise. This isn't a true Hibben made knife (which are way more expensive). This is a design purchased and licensed from the Hibbens and manufactured by United Cutlery, Having said that, I purchased mine during a 20% off sale and for $40.00 I'm pretty happy with it. As others have said, the sheath leaves a bit to be desired, and is the only thing keeping me from giving this a 5 star review. The snap strap doesn't fit very well over the small thumb ramp/ finger guard and is very difficult to close. This is a common problem with many less expensive knives and with use and stretching I'm sure the strap will close easier over time. The only other minor issue was that the handle scales are very slightly dinged up at the top on the thumb ramp, but I only noticed after careful inspection, it's virtually unnoticeable otherwise. Otherwise this is a great deal on a bargain priced Hibben knife. The overall look and feel of the knife is excellent it, has different grip options and seems very sturdily made. The blade came pretty factory sharpened out of the box, and a few minutes honing it with ceramic made it razor sharp. Whether you're in the market for a decent EDC tactical knife, a nice looking work knife, or a collectible piece to add to your collection, you could do a lot worse for the price
i love the knife itself. it is sharp and looks beautiful but the "custom sheath" doesnt even fit the knife inside of it. but i do love the look and feel of the knife itself so i give 4 stars. just dont say the sheath is custom made for the knife when the knife doesnt fit inside of it.
I can't wait to see more from the Hibbens. this knife is incredibly well-made. it fits my hands, which are huge, and my wife's small hands with equal comfort. it is high quality
The knife I received was a beauty, as is all Hibben knifes I've handled so far. Unfortunately, the handle was loose. The blade would shake around while gripping the handle tight. I will be exchanging it for a different hibben knife. But I know Hibben is well on quality. I will not allow the defect of one knife to deter me from Hibben or BudK. It happens...
the knife is what i expected but the sheath blows horribly. I cant take it anywhere because of it but its maily a collection piece unless i need it.
I have been impressed with this purchase. I have put this through its paces as I use the knives I buy. I placed a rather keen edge on this weapon and it maintained its sharpness well despite my chopping, sawing, poking ...the 7cr17MOV is decent enough for the hunting/camping use this blade will see. I am not a metal snob. It is beautifully finished and I like the sheath...I had to 'stretch' the strap on the first use...but leaving it on overnight corrected the problem for the future.....leather stretches! This will be a perfect 'pig poking' knife for my hunts. My only problem will be balancing my enthusiasm for this knife against my other Hibbens 5025 assault tactical which is my other winner......sigh...such problems.
I didn't enjoy the quality of this knife, I got it on time but the sheath was rusted,the handle was loose, and there was no point on it. I also had to sharpen it. I hope i got the crappy one out of the bunch.
This is solid knife. A great knife for the price!
Great knife . Good design especially the blade. Although it's not as sharp out of the box as it should be. That's the only reason I am giving it only four stars. I have read other reviews about this knife other people claim it's sharp but that must be chalked up to inconsistent sharpening technics at the factory. When you buy a premium knife you expect it to be ready to go out of the box. You shouldn't have to put an edge on it yourself.