Gil Hibben Silver Shadow II Dagger


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  • Double-edged AUS-6 mirror-polished stainless steel blade
  • Mirror-polished stainless steel pommel and guard
  • Stainless steel wire wrapped handle
  • Includes premium leather sheath
  • 4 1/8" blade length
  • 9 3/4" overall length

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We've unlocked The Hibben Vault to re-release some classic treasures from the Hibben collection. These revival items are limited to a small quantity and are only available while supplies last. The original Silver Shadow was a best seller, so why not make a Silver Shadow II. It's just like the Silver Shadow I, only smaller.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 2.86 out of 5
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Kip Hert
Jul 12, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Fine Dagger

This IS a Dagger. It is a stabbing weapon. It is perfect for that task. It can be given an edge if you are willing to sacrifice the simplistic beauty of it. The blade is quite thick, and narrow, It has a steep edge on it. The edge is quite capable of cutting flesh. You could spend a lot of time giving it a little more of an edge but you will need to grind the edge down significantly, which will change the profile of the blade. Daggers were meant for stabbing, piercing, not so much for slicing and cutting. Also they were used defensively to block and parry heavier blades. The thickness of the blade makes it stronger for the task. If you want a slashing weapon look for knife edge weapons, all four of the shadow Dagger/Knife series have the heavy edge to them. Although the shadow DOUBLE Shadow Dagger/Knife versions have wider blades and a more "knife" style edge. I like it and it will look quite nice with my Shadow Dagger Series display.


Steven Dane
Aug 15, 2014
(3 out of 5)

This is a DAGER Not a Knife, Yes hard to edge but not necessary. Implement was for stabbing only. In the old days this is how you took someone out Violent downward thrust. Or upward to stomach. hence the Wire wrapped handle no slip on way down. Way out who cares. Opponent was OOC. Similar to theory of Sykes/Fairbane than Jim Bowie. In conclusion I put mine to a belt sander and edged it anyway. Just in case I want to clean my fingernails. Peace out!


Aug 03, 2014
(2 out of 5)
No edge

Disappointed with the edge on this knife. The sheath is better than the blade, I've got letter openers that outperform this blade.


Harry Oliver
Jun 20, 2014
(3 out of 5)

The dagger has a sharp point. Blade is a default blade, meaning not to sharp. Beautiful knife and holster. Very well crafted, solid, well built. Use has a letter opener, or show with your other fine knives. It is however hard to get an edge on the blade


Mike R
Dec 12, 2012
(5 out of 5)

I dont own this exact model of knife, I own the 1995 collector series knife and it is by far my favorite knife I own. Sharpens up like a razor and can be used for many more things other than stabbing, ive ripped up several cardboard boxes with it.


jacob armand
Nov 28, 2012
(1 out of 5)
steel or art, why not both?

I believe Gil Hibben creates great looking knives that deserve quaility steels such as CPM S125V, ZDP-189,Aogami/Blue-Super A and 19C27. I wish you could at least upgrade to 5160 for your stickers and D2,AUS10,CPM S60V, or 440C for his slicers. I can't recommend your knives for functional use until you upgrade your steel except as beatiful art. jacob armand


Sep 26, 2012
(1 out of 5)
Pretty but not functional for cutting.

This dagger is pretty to look at. But except for straight stabbing, is completely useless. The blade is as sharp as rubber ball. Also the angle of the edge is beyond anything normal. I used and angle finder and it is a 90 degree edge. Trying to get an edge on it will require a severe amount of grinding. If you want a display piece, get it. If you want something to cut with, buy something else.


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