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American Frontier Knives & Swords

Literally carving out the West and at home in the East, you'll find out what it was like to carry weapons of a soldier, officer, gambler and every day civillian.

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1880 Bowie Knife

This bowie features a hand forged tempered high carbon steel blade with dark hardwood polished scales pinned to a full profile tang. Scabbard included.

Arkansas Toothpick

A must for every re-enactor or collector of American history. This classic of the American mountain man was big enough to ward off unruly beasts, both on the trail and at the local trading post. The coffin shaped hardwood handle is accented with solid brass furniture.

Damascus Cowboy Knife

We have taken a hunter fighter style blade and fit the full profile tang with highly polished, real bone scales held in place with six brass pins. Made with 512 layer Damascus and provided with a heavy leather sheath without any modern snaps that swallows the knife halfway up the grip. This holds the knife firmly when riding or running, but still allows for a fast draw.

Deer Antler Obsidian Blade Knife

These Obsidian Blade knives are handmade by Dale Duby using traditional methods. Includes hand carved stand. Overall 7-1/2 inches.

Great Lakes Trade Knife

Great Lakes Trade Knife is a general purpose high quality replica of the knives that were traded to the Lakeland natives by the Hudson Bay Co. and others.
$49.95 $74.95

Hunter's Companion Bowie Knife

This massive knife is large enough for camp chores and disjointing game, yet light and fast enough for self-defense. Full profile tang, nickel guard and pins. Hardwood scales. Leather sheath included.

Mexican Bowie Knife

This uniquely shaped Mexican Bowie sports a 1085 high carbon steel, hand forged blade, solid brass finger guard and bolster with solid wood handle. Includes top grain leather belt sheath with embossing.

Primitive Bowie Knife

This knife has a high carbon steel blade. Features a hardwood grip, a brass guard and a brass strip on spine. Overall 18-1/2 inches.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Primitive Bowie Knife

Very impressive. Well finished.
Reviewed by: duncan, September 09, 2017

Review of: 1880 Bowie Knife

Well made, beautiful knife.
Reviewed by: duncan, July 06, 2017

Review of: Great Lakes Trade Knife

This is a beastly heavy blade. I like it. The first third of the blade is for good thrust penetration,  The blade also has plenty of belly for slicing and skinning. Did not think much of the sheath at first.  However, after gluing piece of leather inside on the riveted side it tightened up a little.  I can tuck it into the sash of my frock coat and loop my possibles bag strap through it for comfortable carry. It sharpens well and does not dull appreciable even with repeated strikes on bone of deer or bear. Good for black powder hunting for the past 5 years. If you do not mind the weight it is a good out door knife.
Reviewed by: Paul, March 19, 2017

Review of: Primitive Bowie Knife

Wow! Got it sharpened. Razor! Surprisingly nimble in the hand. Like it a lot.
Reviewed by: charles, February 13, 2017

Review of: Damascus Cowboy Knife

What's not to like about this knife? Very fair price, good design, damascus blade, full tang, attractive handle, plus a sheath without snaps!  Very pleased.
Reviewed by: Alfred, January 08, 2017

Review of: Damascus Cowboy Knife

This knife is a handmade looking collector quality Damascus blade and what appears to be camel bone handle. It's a hefty and durable every day weapon or hunting knife that holds its edge well. I highly recommend it. Jfb
Reviewed by: John, December 24, 2016

Review of: Damascus Cowboy Knife

I just received this in the mail and I love it.  It is a Beautiful knife so beautiful in fact I doubt I will do anything more with it than just stare at it.  The sheath , when it came, was really tight which is good but pulling the knife out of the sheath the first time was a little hard and the brass rivets that were on the sheath were pulled out also.  Luckily I work with leather and have a whole selection of rivets and was quickly and easily able to replace them.  
Reviewed by: Barry, November 18, 2016

Review of: Hunter's Companion Bowie Knife

Well worth the money compared to other Bowies, yes the knife is not as well finished as a $200-300 knife but its as strong as one. Good quality steel used. I love it
Reviewed by: John, May 19, 2016

Review of: 1880 Bowie Knife

It has been several years since I have had purchase this knife. In the South here it is very humid. The average knife blade with average carbon content will begin to show signs of rust within the first few months or so no matter how much rust prevention care is done. Not this knife. It was stored in a backyard shed with no A/C and it cannot find the slightest sign of rust. If I ever need to have a second working knife, this is the one I will look to buy again.
Reviewed by: martha, January 11, 2016

Review of: Damascus Cowboy Knife

I bought this knife a several years ago and it is still as solid and handy as when I first bought it.

I recommend it very highly  to anyone.
Reviewed by: martha, October 08, 2015