Jefferson Spivey and Mr. Sol from ocean to ocean - 1968
Jefferson Spivey and Naja from Canada to Mexico - 1984
A Jefferson Spivey Cross-Country Saddle. Several of these saddles were sold to the public from 1985-1988. In the near future, the Cross-Country Saddle will also be reintroduced .
"The Iraq Sabertooth Knife"
A unique knife for a unique war.
So far, only twenty
Sabertooth knives have been made for
At .160 thickness, 12 ¾ inches long, a 7 ½ inch flat-ground blade, the Sabertooth is perfectly suited for wilderness survival. The double row of biangular teeth on a sloping 5 ¼ inch spine is the most effective saw on a knife ever designed. Released straight from the tempering process with a Rockwell color of blue/black, the Sabertooth will do the job of a hatchet, saw and knife.
The Sabertooth design is unique in all aspects and the sequential serial numbering makes each knife one-of-a-kind. The Sabertooth is the best tool for hunters, campers, mountain bikers, backpackers, fossil-digging archaeologists, and the military.
The IQ and AFG
Sabertooth knives will be sold only to military personnel who have
served or are now deployed in
IQ on finger guard.
Note Najah symbol on left side of blade. The Iraqi Sabertooth will be sold only to military personnel who have served or are now deployed in Iraq. Pricing is the same as the standard Trademark model Sabertooth knife.
The above Sabertooth knife belonged to Joseph H. Stuever who was a well known Sabertooth knife collector. He was an avid elk hunter and this was his personal knife. However, this rare Sabertooth knife was stolen in 2004.
Soon Spivey knives will reintroduce, into its product line, the Spear-point Sabertooth. Above is the master model.
This is an old and rare Sabertooth Spear-point with birds eye maple grips.