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James Bowie created a legend about himself and the knife he used in a hand-to-hand fight in Mississippi in 1827. What that knife looked like was soon lost, but the legend continued to grow. Bowie knives were in high demand, worn at the sides of members of Congress as well as barroom trash. The authentic Bowies by Windlass Steelcrafts are from America's past and hand forged from well-tempered steel to take and hold a razor edge. Most come with a leather sheath. Find great Bowies from Cold Steel and other great knife makers too!

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United Cutlery Honshu Boshin Bowie Knife With Sheath

#404367
This bowie features a full-tang, razor-sharp 7Cr13 stainless steel blade, with a rubberized, textured handle and a heavy guard and pommel with lanyard hole. Reinforced leather belt sheath embossed with the Honshu logo included. Overall 15-1/4 inches
$47.95

1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

#403926
This 1917 Frontier Bowie from Cold Steel screams rugged function. Almost sword-like in its cutting and thrusting, it features a wide, hand-sharpened blade with a generous clip and huge fuller. Made from 1085 carbon steel, it is heat treated.
$119.95

Primitive Bowie Knife

#400884
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.
$89.95

Cold Steel Laredo Bowie Knife

#403473
Cold Steel's Laredo Bowie features a long, heavy blade made from O-1 High Carbon blade construction, which is precision ground and heat treated to produce incredible cutting power and perfect balance. It also sports a four and a half inch long sharpened clip point and a rich, polished Black Micarta Grip.
$169.95

D-Guard Bowie Knife

#400928
This knife was popular during the Civil War for its all-purpose capabilities and an effective backup weapon. Countered wood grip. Leather sheath included. Overall 23 inches.
$84.95

The Expendables Bowie Knife

#403525
Designed for 'The Expendables' movie, this exact replica features a stabilized synthetic ivory handle accented with a gold-plated blade catcher and historically-styled guard. Includes leather belt sheath and Certificate of Authenticity.
$94.95

Throwing Bowie Knife

#400794
This massive throwing Bowie is tough enough for hours of target practice. Stainless steel blade, smooth rosewood handle scales and solid brass cross guard completes this classic 19th century style knife. Comes with a leather scabbard.
From $23.00

1880 Bowie Knife

#402580
This bowie features a hand forged tempered high carbon steel blade with dark hardwood polished scales pinned to a full profile tang. Scabbard included.
$69.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Throwing Bowie Knife

Throwing Bowie - As Stated , fine piece of Work.
Reviewed by: John, August 12, 2019

Review of: Texas Bowie Knife

Just as Presented - Great Piece for Display or Carry.
Reviewed by: John, August 12, 2019

Review of: Primitive Bowie Knife

Great Piece of Work - Excellent Display Piece
Reviewed by: John, August 12, 2019

Review of: Mexican Bowie Knife

Great Collection Piece - Excellent Static Display
Reviewed by: John, August 12, 2019

Review of: Throwing Bowie Knife

𝓣𝓱𝓮𝓼𝓮 𝓴𝓷𝓲𝓿𝓮𝓼 𝓪𝓻𝓮 𝓽𝓸𝓹 𝓺𝓾𝓪𝓵𝓲𝓽𝔂, 𝓪𝓷𝓭 𝓷𝓸𝓽 𝓳𝓾𝓼𝓽 𝓯𝓸𝓻 𝓽𝓱𝓻𝓸𝔀𝓲𝓷𝓰!
Reviewed by: Jeff, August 02, 2019

Review of: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

I have not been impressed with Cold Steel’s fit and finish in previous purchases, so held back from snatching up this beautiful blade when I first saw it in the catalog.  It couldn’t possibly be this good in real life . . .  I held out for over a year before telling myself that I could. “always send it back” if it didn’t meet my expectations.  Well out of the box it blew my expectations into next week!  Elegant curve with a substantial false edge, its heft felt solid in my hand while still being ‘wieldy’.  The serpentine guard is generous enough for my hand (even gloved) with no cramping or hot spots.  The bluing is really nice and increases the aesthetic value of the knife.  The sheath is solid and the locking belt frog works as it’s intended.  Why did I wait so long?  Now I’ll take it to my favorite whetter; Seattle Knife Sharpening, for an edge that is a work of art.
Reviewed by: Chris, July 22, 2019

Review of: Hunter's Companion Bowie Knife

I saw this knife on the Atlanta cutlery website a couple of weeks ago and thought it was really beautiful. I also liked it because it was big, and I prefer big Bowie knives. When I got it I was not disappointed at all. The blade and clip point are beautiful, and it is really sharp. I also really like the wooden handle, and the sheath is nicely made and genuine leather. For the price, this is an excellent Bowie knife. I could not find any flaws  on it. Crocodile Dundee does not know what a real Bowie knife looks like! Ha ha Ha ha ha.
Reviewed by: Trenton, May 23, 2019

Review of: ACC Bowie Hammer Forged Finish

The good: the blade is solid, sharp, straight and as pictured. The bad: the grip is NOT as pictured. Different shape with squared edges and different butt cap. Returned.
Reviewed by: Jeffrey, May 22, 2019

Review of: Hunter's Companion Bowie Knife

I didn’t bother to take notice of this knife’s dimensions.  It is basically a slightly undersized short sword.  I have an RTAK-II that this thing absolutely dwarfs.  

I was thinking it was along the lines of maybe a 9” or 10” blade, nope, this beast is 13”, 18” I think over all.
So, it doesn’t come out of the sheath very quick, and you (my opinion) look a bit silly with a knife that is the length of your femur hanging on your belt.
But...it’s awesome.  Felled a few small trees, busted apart (by stabbing and prying) a 15” thick dead tree, made kindling by batonning (that a word?) it through logs....the thing just eats up work and the edge held great.  I sharpened it even more and spent a little while slicing up water bottles for fun.

Think smaller machete and that you wouldn’t feel under armed if you had it and was face to face with a polar bear (seriously, this thing is ma-ass-ive, like, dundee’s Knife is a toothpick to this thing)

It’s fun and pretty and sharp, but I don’t think I’ll use it very much.  I was hoping the thing was just smaller so I could have a pretty big knife that could also cut up a deer (like, take the meat off, not chop it in half with one swipe), but it’ll most likely end up as a thing on the shelf.
Reviewed by: Nathan, April 28, 2019

Review of: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

Outstanding Bowie.  Can get a razor edge and the grip is strong and solid in the hand.  Just a classic.  A very good chopper and all around cutter as would be expected.  High quality for the price.  Highly recommend.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 17, 2019