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Classic Bowie

Discussion in 'For Sale: Fixed Blades' started by griz1918, May 4, 2011.

  1. griz1918


    Feb 16, 2006
    This is my rendition of one of the Classic Bowie designs of the late 1800s. Its a large knife, over fourteen inches. This is the size knife that I believe I would like to have handy if I were living on the early frontier, defended by only one shot from a muzzle loader. Enough said about defense. As most of my knives are, it is made from sawmill blade steel. This blade is L-6 carbon, ground and acid etched for effect and to slow down on any rusting. The "S" guard is forged from milder steel, heated and oil quenched as is the butt cap.

    The blade is 9 1/8" X 2 1/8" at the widest point and 3/16" thick.
    Handle 5 3/16" Curly Maple with one steel pin.

    NOTEOn picture #2 (left side of the knife) there is a darker area near the tip. That is caused by mild patena that became apparent to me only after the etching process. I elected to leave it due to the period look. Normally when I leave this, there are areas on the entire blade that add to the aged look. For that reason I am offering this knife at a reduced rate.

    This one sells for----SOLD ----$165.00---- and shipped for that price in the US. Payment can be made through PayPal [email protected] , M.O. or personal check.

    As always satisfaction is guaranteed or your money back.

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    Last edited: May 5, 2011
  2. Dago Red

    Dago Red Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 16, 2008
    cool, looks rough and tough. I like that sheath a lot too.

  3. BloodGroove4570


    Jul 25, 2010
    Griz, that is a very good looking piece you made. Someone is going to get a very unique and functional knife... Nice Work!
  4. Blackfox


    Aug 5, 2010
    Wow, that is a beast! Awesome work and a great price too.
  5. Rule .308

    Rule .308

    Dec 2, 2003
    I'll take it.
  6. griz1918


    Feb 16, 2006
    E-Mail and P.P. received, reply sent. Thanks again Mark
  7. griz1918


    Feb 16, 2006
    Thanks for the comments guys.
  8. drducati


    Nov 20, 2004
    very interesting period piece
  9. Yahmanin


    Sep 29, 2003
    I'd love to give her a good home if she's still available. That's very solid, serviceable and good looking combination of knife and sheath there!
  10. Yahmanin


    Sep 29, 2003
    Crud! Dangers of quick reply, didn't see the deal done above. Enjoy the Bowie Rule, looks like a nice piece. Griz, I'll keep an eye out for future work, you do solid work for more than fair prices from what I've seen!
  11. Mississippi Rifleman

    Mississippi Rifleman

    Oct 10, 1999
    I'll definitely be keeping my eye out for more of these. Fantastic looking knife.
  12. mrstang01


    Jan 10, 2000
    I'd love to see one of these with a coffin handle. Can you PM me? Thanks!
  13. griz1918


    Feb 16, 2006
    mrstang01 Tried to Pm but could not the proper info to come up. Yes I can do with coffin handle and have a blade profiled with coffin at this time. PM me at [email protected]

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