I’m a big fan of knives, and this blog is a reported piece about the Bowie knife, and whether it’s a good knife, or not. I’ve done some research and also talked to a few experts, and I hope that this blog will give you a good idea about the Bowie knife, and whether or not you should add a Bowie to your collection.
For over a decade the Bowie knife has been the subject of much debate, mostly in the form of an ongoing argument between collectors and knifemakers. Within this debate the Bowie knife has also been touted as one of our nations greatest knives and has been called a poor mans version of a fighting knife. In this blog I will be looking at all aspects of what makes a Bowie knife a Bowie knife and my thoughts on the knives that I’ve had time to test.
I’ve written a blog post around a knife that is often regarded as one of the best knife designs ever. The Bowie knife has been around a very long time and it still has a strong following. Here I have a look at the Bowie knife and have a look at whether or not I think it is a good knife.
Bowie Knives are one of the most recognizable blades in the world. They were popularized in the 19th century and are still going strong today. Throughout this blog, we’ll be providing information to help you determine whether the Bowie knife is the right blade for your needs.
There are many reasons why choosing the best Bowie knife can be a challenge; there are so many different types of Bowie knives on the market that it can be difficult to know which might be the best for you.
When you’re looking for quality, you want as many different styles to choose from as possible – this is the only way that you’ll be able to find the Bowie knife which feels the most comfortable in your hand.
There are a lot of knives on the market today but none of them are like the Bowie knife. The Bowie knife is unique as it is made from strong, yet flexible steel that can be folded up into the handle and carried around. In this blog, we take a look at some of the things that sets the Bowie Knife apart from other knives and why it is a “good” knife.