Ka-bar Knives Bowie Knife Selection
Jim owned the first one and now I have my own.
I own 2 Bear & Sons Bowie knives. One stainless one w/ stag handles and a damascus bowie that came with cocobolo handle scales. I changed the handle to an exotic wood called bubinga. Added finger grooves and a hook in the handle to keep it from flying out of my hand. Both as sharp as a razor, but my dama blade holds a wickedly sharp edge. It'll cut ya if ya look at it ! I own a lot of Bowie knives and these 2 are amoung my top 10 ! #3&4 to be exact. Very tough blades
Beautiful knife. The only downside is that it is made in Taiwan. Only time will tell how well it holds up.
I was pleased with my purchase as I needed to have a fine example of this iconic knife.The delivery was good even considering the Australian customs requirements but the knife arrived in good condition.
excellent tool for the camp or off grid chopping is a breeze with this knife and the cutting edge of the blade holds up extremely well under all conditions I have put it through thus far ! Thank you for a fine product at a reasonable price.
This is a nice big knife picks do not do it justice. I've been wanting one of these for a while but never could catch it in stock mine was delivered very fast and in great shape the only problem with this knife is trying to catch it in stock they sell out quickly
Awesome knife for a Awesome price. Always wanted a Ontario knife knowing they were well crafted and they did not let me down. Sharp as can be, holds an edge and. ..... It's Made in America!
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