Primitive Bowie Knife

ID#: 400884

Price: $89.95 

Primitive Bowie Knife


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  • Factory Edge - Price: $89.95 
  • Sharpened - Price: $104.95 
  • Factory Edge w/ Initials - Price: $94.95 
  • Sharpened w/ Initials - Price: $109.95 
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Early bowie knives were large, tough and sharp! Despite the size of this bowie, the overall weight is only 1-1/2 lbs. But don't let the weight fool you; we cut down a 4" sapling in no time and the blade would still shave. Blade has a needle point. The hardwood grip is 5-1/4" and the brass guard is 4-3/4". Brass strip on spine is an intentional device designed to catch the edge of an attacker's blade during a parry. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
  • Blade: 13" long, 2-3/8" wide, 3/16" thick

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1. Janus on 5/23/2014, said:

Just received it-excellent blade, sharpens well, seems to keep edge well, fittings are tight, suprisingly deft and balanced for the size, handle is not full tang, I drilled a hole for a lanyard, but not unexpected, cutting tests-this knife slashed through 2' limbs with ease, no scratches on blade afterward-so far this seems like a well made large bowie, well worth the price
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2. Robert on 8/14/2011, said:

This is nothing like the "Primitive Knife" that is sold on Amazon and Ebay. That Primitive is of poor quality with a sheath that is worse. No comparison. This version of the "Western Bowie" has the best feel out of all the others. It is a huge knife but feels light and handles well. The swedge can be sharpened for the back cut, it does not need to be razor sharp like the main edge as it is the clip point that produces the main damage. This is a great knife if you are looking for an "Iron Mistress" type design. It handles amazingly well for a knife of this size.
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3. Anonymous User on 11/13/2010, said:

we recieved the knife with scratches and dents on both the blade and the brass handle. also we contacted the representative and they were rude and was suppose to be emailed a return label the same day never received it contacted company again they said they didn't have our email address stated that it would be in the mail and were very loud and voictress about it also stated that they dont always get the best material to work with.
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4. Anonymous User on 11/7/2010, said:

this is thee knife
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5. Anonymous User on 10/16/2010, said:

I like this knife. Better quality than expected for the low price nice balance & feel very fast whipcut action and plenty sharp. order it sharpened you won't be sorry
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6. Anonymous User on 5/27/2010, said:

I purchased this knife when it was first offered years ago. While beautiful,this India made knife arrived dull and impossible to sharpen after numerous attemps.Obviously, the glowing testimonial given in the product description was a bit overstated.I can understand why Atlanta Cutlery now offers sharpening for an addtional fee. However, one should expect a knife to arrive fresh out of the box with some kind of an edge.
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7. Anonymous User on 5/13/2010, said:

it looks like a great knife.
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8. Thomas on 12/27/2009, said:

Good looking knife. Better looking than any of the knives invented by Rezin Bowie for his psychopathic brother James. It should make a good utility camp knife and small machette.
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9. Anonymous User on 11/13/2009, said:

looks like the one in movie, great price , was looking for one like original, like this one and texas bowie.
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10. Anonymous User on 4/15/2009, said:

This is classic fighting Bowie with brass spine design for parry incoming opponent blade and it has long clip that can be shapen for the back cut.This bowie has nice balance and very quick and durable ,mine is almost 10 years old and it still going strong .
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