Coffin Handled Bowie Knife

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Price: $74.95 

Coffin Handled Bowie Knife


Coffin Handled Bowie KnifeCoffin Handled Bowie Knife
  • Factory Edge - Price: $74.95 
  • Sharpened - Price: $89.95 
  • Factory Edge w/ Initials - Price: $79.95 
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The very comfortable grip lets this knife come alive in your hands. This reproduction is truly elegant in its simplicity of form and function. The top edge can be sharpened over half its length. Light and fast, this is as deadly as the name implies. Color of handle varies from brown to black, no choice available. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Cannot use Paypal as payment option.
  • Blade: 11-1/4" long, 1-1/2" wide
  • Wt: 3/4 lb
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1. Anonymous User on 8/20/2014, said:

It's an affordable big bowie. 1/8 inch thick blade, feels very light, nice balance, should be good for self defense. Probably not strong enough for heavy chopping, but should be okay for light camp duties. Tapping on the handle, it feels and sounds like it has a solid, good sized tang. Fit and finish of this one are the best out of several bowie knives I got from ACC. I bought without any extra sharpening but it cuts paper well. Sheath can be modified with a frog for in waist band carry. I'd buy again and recommend.
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2. Robert on 3/25/2014, said:

I like the simplicity of this design The sheath is nothing to write home about. I would like to see Windlass make a spear point bowie of this size with a stag(or jigged bone)handle like the original Rio Grande Camp Knife.
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3. Robert on 8/14/2011, said:

I compare the dimensions to the Cold Steel Laredo Bowie. The blade on this knife is about 3/4" longer than the Laredo. It weighs less than the Laredo. The handle on the Laredo is longer and has a nicer finish. The Laredo fits my hand better. The swedge can be sharpened to half the length of the blade. I just sharpened the few inches on the clip point. The sheath leaves much to be desired when compared to the sheath on the Laredo. I am satisfied with this bowie for what it is and what I paid for. Warning: It appears that this same knife is sold on Ebay for $30. Don't be fooled, it is not the same knife as Windlass Steecrafts. There are many knock offs of Windlass Steelcraft knives on Ebay. All of those are junk that will break after a little use.
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4. Anonymous User on 2/17/2010, said:

One of these knives was given to me 8 years ago and it has been at my side and worked hard ever since. I own several great knives but none I use as much as this one. The high carbon steel takes an edge quick and stays pretty sharp for awhile under heavy use. The handle shape provides great security and feel. The Coffin bowie is a light, fast and tough tool that I am proud to own. To be honest, I just don't feel quite right without it hanging from my belt.
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