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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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Hunter's Companion Bowie Knife

#402030
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.
$79.95

Texas Bowie Knife

#400266
This large but lightweight Texan Bowie features an authentic bone handle, fittings of solid steel, and an unbelievable blade.
$79.95 $89.95

ACC Bowie Hammer Forged Finish

#404302
This Bowie is handmade in the USA and comes with a hammer forged finish, full tang, steel blade. Sports a nickel plated guard and coca bola scales. Leather belt sheath included.
$139.95

Mexican Bowie Knife

#403527
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.
$74.95

ACC Bowie Polished Blade Knife

#404301
This Bowie Knife is handmade in the USA. The stainless steel blade has a full tang, the guard is nickel plated. Features coca bola scales with black and red spacer. Leather belt sheath included.
$129.95

Bone Edge Damascus Bowie Knife

#404395
The Damascus Steel Bowie has a full tang blade and genuine bone handle with solid brass spacers, finger guard and skull crusher pommel and custom jimping all around.
$74.95

Cold Steel Drop Forged Bowie Knife

#404419
This minimalist Bowie style knife is drop forged from one solid piece of heat treated high carbon steel. It has a sharp clip point blade, sturdy guard, and a comfortable drop style handle. Overall 11-1/4".
$44.95

Hibben Legionnaire Bowie II

#404442
Gil Hibben has released a second version of his exceptional Legionnaire movie knife. This Bowie knife has a sharp, 7Cr17 stainless steel blade with a mirror-polished finish. A premium leather belt sheath protects the blade and provides a comfortable carry.
$89.95

Top Customer Reviews

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

Review of: D-Guard Bowie Knife

Good quality large knife.  Holds an edge well.  I have opened pellet bags with it by the thrust and slice method; very satisfactory.  More than a stage prop.  Wild hog had 2 arrows in it.  Had nothing else; finished it with the D guard Bowie.
Reviewed by: Paul, March 30, 2019

Review of: Cold Steel Drop Forged Bowie Knife

Great quality. I am collecting them all.
Reviewed by: Vaughn, February 25, 2019

Review of: Primitive Bowie Knife

Nice knife, could clean the blade a little better before shipping
Reviewed by: Alan, January 05, 2019

Review of: Texas Bowie Knife

Nice knife, could clean the blade a little better before shipping
Reviewed by: Alan, January 05, 2019

Review of: The Expendables Bowie Knife

Very beautiful knife. I bought this for my daughter 2 years ago and a now exboyfriend pawned it without her knowing. So i surprised her with another one and she says it's exactly the same. Great attention to detail in the workmanship.
Reviewed by: Karl, December 25, 2018

Review of: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

Used extensively while camping in mostly pine forest.  Excellent for shaving wood for fires.  Great in baton splitting wood.  Sharp point for drilling into leather and pieces of wood.  Recommend wearing on outside of pack as it can be a bit heavy on belt for long hikes.
Reviewed by: Jim, December 13, 2018