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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 ne'er-do-wells. 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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Boker Magnum M-Spec Survival Knife

#404568
This massive Bowie blade is made of stainless and shock-elastic 7Cr17MoV steel and coated in black. The solid handle is made of indestructible FRN. Thanks to the additional rubber coating, the non-slip handle is easy to grip even in wet conditions. The black synthetic sheath makes its own unique contributions to the whole package - it includes an integrated compass and a flint and fire striker. Multiple lash points for a wide range of fastening possibilities on clothing and equipment thanks to numerous openings.
$27.95

Boker Magnum John Jay Survival Knife

#404567
This is an impressive survival knife in the spirit of the knife that first appeared in a 1980's movie about a misunderstood VietNam veteran. The massive Bowie blade, made of stainless and shock-elastic 7Cr17MoV steel, is coated in black and the solid handle is made of indestructible FRN. Thanks to the additional rubber coating, the non-slip handle is easy to grip even in wet conditions.
$27.95

Hibben Old West Bowie Knife

#404521
Temporarily Out of Stock - Est. Arrival Date April 2021. This Bowie has a sharp, stainless steel clip point blade with a high-polish finish and a beefy profile. The red-brown, natural-look wooden handle is complemented by a gold-plated blade catcher and guard. Includes a custom leather belt sheath.
$89.99

Honshu Conqueror Bowie Knife

#404519
This Bowie knife has a phenomenally sharp edge and double blood grooves. The hefty stainless steel guard provides a slight buffer from your hand and the blade. The ergonomic TPR injection handle has grid-texture on both sides and ridges so that you’re guaranteed a secure grip, plus, a brass lanyard hole offers another carry option. Includes reinforced leather belt sheath that also features a lanyard cord.
$71.99

Hibben Extreme Survival Bowie Knife

#404517
This massive knife has a razor-sharp 7Cr17 stainless steel blade with powerful sawback teeth. The black pakkawood handle provides a solid grip and the polished guard protects your hand from slipping to the blade. Lashing holes are pre-drilled in the guard and pommel to allow for spear making by lashing the knife to a long, wooden handle.
$74.98

Hibben Arizona Bowie Knife

#404513
Perfect for slicing and penetrating tasks, this Bowie has a razor-sharp 5Cr15 stainless steel, upswept clip point blade. The ergonomic handle is black linen Micarta with a satin-finished stainless steel pommel with a lanyard hole. Includes a black leather belt sheath with a lanyard cord for securing to your leg.
$83.99

Damascus Bowie Knife

#404504
This Damascus Bowie has a full tang blade expertly treated with an intricate, flowing fuller and scallops that glint in the light while showing off the stunning steel pattern. Guard is solid, polished brass.
$45.95

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: Hibben Extreme Survival Bowie Knife

The knife is great, but Atlanta Cutlery has some awesome customer service. Don't be apprehensive to buy from this company. You will receive your items fast and well packed... and if you have an issue, it will be handled with care. Thank you ACC ;)

This knife is simply a beast! It is not a wall hanger. Even though it derives from the Rambo concept, it is not just a display knife. It is a real usable knife.
The blade is almost a quarter inch thick at about 5.9mm.
Its every bit as menacing looking in person as it looks in the stock pics.
Good fit and finish.
SHARP out of box.
I bought my first one about 3 years ago and beat the heck out of it at camp once a month sense then and its still in perfect working condition. No breaks, no bends, and still sharp ;)
This one I bought for my collection and possibly a back up. Its well worth this price.

Just some advice from experience --->
Trust me when I say to buy it here on ACC. I have bought it on Amazon and ebay an I always got Factory 2nd's or ever 3rd's with lots of imperfections.
Reviewed by: Kristina, May 19, 2021

Review of: Hibben Legionnaire Bowie II

THE BEST KNIFE.
Reviewed by: Randel, January 13, 2021

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: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

beautiful knife, I think well balanced, looks well put together-well done Cold Steel-
Reviewed by: William, July 30, 2018

Review of: ACC Bowie Polished Blade Knife

I bought this in hammer forge finish. Wood in handle fit is worse than most Chinese knives gaps and cracked.
Reviewed by: Guest, November 23, 2017

Review of: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

Now THAT'S a knife! Hefty,well crafted,comfortable,gorgeous.
Reviewed by: charles, February 13, 2017

Review of: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

This thing is just plain awesome!
Reviewed by: Jeffrey, April 10, 2016

Review of: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

It was everything I was expecting and more.
Reviewed by: Thomas, December 13, 2015

Review of: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

extremelypleased with this it is what I expected
Reviewed by: Darrell, April 06, 2015

Review of: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

A quality knife, well made by Cold Steel!
Reviewed by: Allen, March 10, 2015