Per Jefferson Spivey,The knife is called Sabertooth. I invented it during a horseback journey from ocean to ocean in 1968. That ride took seven months and covered 4000 miles through all the seasons. Necessity made me realize the kind of knife I need.160 thickness, 12 ¾ inches long, a 7 ½ inch flat-ground blade, the Sabertooth is perfectly suited for wilderness survival. The on a sloping 5 ¼ inch double row of biangular teeth on the spine is the most effective saw on a knife ever designed.”

The first Sabertooth appeared on the cover of Gun World Magazine in 1969.  In 1976, the National Cowboy Hall of Fame commissioned a limited edition series of the patented Sabertooth knife. The Sabertooth has been featured in museums such as Randall Knife Museum and The National Cowboy Hall of Fame.

BLADE: 7 1/4” double-edge, flat ground (almost a semi-hollow ground), trailing point two-tone blade with a polished satin finish on the lower section and a tempered, Rockwell dark blue color on the top that is left from the tempering process. The blade has a 5" sloping spine that has a double row of biangular saw teeth, ending with a sharpened 1 7/8” top edge out to the knife point.

HANDLE: 5 9/16” long, ergonomically designed, sculpted and checkered brown high-impact synthetic polymer with a bird head shaped pommel that has a hole and an attached leather lanyard. The material is what some have referred to as a "bowling ball" composite. The handle flows into a forefinger-hole ringed guard that is built into the full tang. The two-piece polymer handles are held on by brass screws.

BLADE METAL: 4130 Chromolybdenum steel.

Jefferson Spivey passed away in 2022. Knife is used and sharpened there are marks on the blade. The Biangular Saw teeth appear unused. Sheath in excellent condition. Serial #305.

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