The typical Bowie knife goes back to work and combat knives from the time of the legendary Wild West around 1800. The name comes from James Bowie, a pioneer and soldier in Texas, who made this knife shape famous. Typical features are a duckbill-shaped blade and a strong, often S-shaped guard. The blade of stainless molybdenum-vanadium steel goes through to the end of the handle as a round tang and is screwed there. The handle scales are made of pakka wood and have pronounced finger recesses that provide a good hand grip. The guard and the end pommel are made of brass. With high quality leather sheath.
Blade Material: X50CrMoV15 (Stainless Molybdenum Vanadium Steel)
Handle Material: Pakka Wood
Blade Length: 100 mm
Overall Length: 195 mm
Weight: 115 g