When heading into the wilderness or on an adventure, grab the Honshu Historic Forge Pioneer Bowie Knife for whatever you may face. Made from 1075 high-carbon steel, this functional knife has a clip-point blade, typical of Bowie knifes. It has a gun-blued finish, which makes it look black.
A wide fuller runs along the spine of the hollow-ground blade, lightening it. The blade narrows at the base. The Honshu logo adorns the spine of the blade here.
Next, the camping knife has a matching S-shaped guard. The carbon steel guard curves towards the spine at the top and towards the hilt on the bottom, protecting the hand from sliding onto the blade. Heartwood forms the straight grip. Screws secure it in place. At the end, the butt of the knife angles down. This also helps to provide a more secure hold on the grip. There is also a lanyard hole. Lanyards do not come included.
Finally, this hunting knife comes with a leather belt sheath and a laced frog. You can keep this knife sharp with some of our weapon maintenance supplies. Carry this fierce-looking knife with you on your next outdoor adventure.
History of the Bowie Knife
This knife takes its name from the original knife created by Rezin Bowie. Rezin Bowie made the first knife of this style for his brother Jim Bowie. Jim would later use it in the Vidalia Sandbar Fight. The outcome of the fight made the papers and would make the Bowie knife a popular knife within the lifetime of the original wielder.
- Fully functional
- Has a blackened, clip-point blade
- S-shaped handguard
- Comes with a sheath
- Great for hunting and camping
- Blade and guard are 1075 high-carbon steel
- Handle is heartwood
- Sheath is leather
- Overall Length: 17.75 Inches
- Blade Length: 12.4 Inches
Measurements are approximate.
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