Hey guys! I've been posting on the "Switchblade Collector's" link, but I've run out of autos, so thought I'd show ya some of my fixed blades! I'll post 1-a-day, because it'll give me something to do besides search for automatics all day long, as well as something to look forward to! Many will likely have been seen before, but for anyone who hasn't seen them, these are for you! My apologies for being in the pics, but I don't have a mobile phone, so the only camera I have is the one built into my laptop, and I need 1 hand to hold the knives, and 1 to click the pic! This is a United Cutlery Gil Hibben "Arkansas Toothpick" that's 17 1/2" from tip-to-butt end, with SS bayonet blade/brass hilt guard, solid SS finger-guards and pommel, and some sort of wooden scales that look very much like walnut, although, I can't remember for sure. Very nice grain pattern in the scales. Has Gil's signature atop "HIBBEN KNIVES" and "CUSTOM DESIGN" etched on the front tang, as well as, the Hibben Knives logo, and "GH5019 STAINLESS", "DESIGN UCC",(United Cutlery Company) and "CHINA" etched on the rear tang. It came with a beautiful black leather sheath with leg-tie. G/H was commissioned by Sly Stallone to build him a knife for the Expendables 2 movie, and, has had a few built for him by Gil for his other movies as well. The movie version is identical to this one, but has the Expendables logo inlayed on the scales, although, when researching the knife, lots of the reviews stated that the logo comes loose and falls off, plus, it was about $75. more, so I opted for this version, mostly because I thought the logo looked cheesy, and the price difference for something I didn't want in the first place. This knife is an absolute beast, and should the need arise, one could easily chop down a small tree with it! I can walk down any street where I live with this strapped to my hip and not turn a head, but would be arrested for carrying a 4" automatic knife keychain, DUH!! Hope ya like it!