Jim Bowie showed how effective a good, solid knife could be in his legendary Sandbar Fight near Natchez, Mississippi. The Early American Bowie Knife is a recreation of this legendary knife, possessing all the features that a good Bowie knife should. This impressively designed bowie knife is quite the piece, possessing a design that circulated sometime around the 1840s. And it is not hard to see why this design would have been quite popular, indeed. This knife possesses a wide, strong blade with a clipped point, making this a knife that is perfect for slashing and stabbing, while still possessing a short enough length to be easily carried and concealed. The blade is crafted from polished carbon steel and measures approximately 10 inches long and 3 inches wide, while the wood handle features a brass pommel and a curved hand-guard, as well as a subtle shaping that makes it fit nicely into the hand. Included with the knife is a brown leather sheath that features attractive brass fittings. The overall length is 16 inches. A good, solid knife is just what everyone needs, and this Early American Bowie Knife fits the bill easily, making this a great collectible and a great knife to have at your side.
- Blade is Crafted from Carbon Steel
- Hilt is Attractive Wood with a Comfortable Shape
- Modeled Off A 1840s Bowie Knife
- Includes a Brown Leather Sheath
- Overall Length: 16 Inches
- Blade Length: 10 Inches
- Blade Width: 3 Inches
- Weight: 1.5 lbs.