Ka-bar Knives Bowie Knife Selection

Ka-bar Knives Bowie Knife Selection
4.5
490

Just like I ordered it. Great knife

It got here fast, just like I ordered it.

Good knife. Owned it about 5 years. knife that stays sharp.

I've been an avid collector for about 17 years. This knife is hands down QUALITY! Very well made, very sturdy, the sheath has a great rugged design and the grade of steel is excellent. I highly recommend this knife to anyone.

I purchased this knife as a gift for my fathers birthday so it was based on looks to be displayed. After receiving the knife I realized that this knife quality is very good overall. Blade quality is excellent and the handle was also good

Good knowing knife. Looks like it will hold an edge.

Blade itself has a bit of a twist in it. Nothing big but you can see when you look from the front, other than that it's very good,strong and holds a good edge. Real folded Damascus which us hard to find. Shipping to Canada cat more than I'd like, but not the fault of the comany

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