The typical Bowie goes back to work and fighting knives from the time of the legendary Wild West in 1800. The name comes from James Bowie, a pioneer and soldier in Texas. He made this knife shape famous. Typical for those, are the duckbill shaped blade and the strong, often S-shaped guard. The blade of stainless molybdenum vanadium steel is a screwed, round tang to the handle end.
The handle is made of Pakkawood and has ergonomic finger grooves for a good grip, the guard and the pommel are made from brass. With high quality leather sheath.