Beautiful Damascus Bowie

Anyone who knows me knows I have this thing for Bowie knives. I feel there is no better all around knife than a Bowie knife.

Adnan Monger sent me this beautiful Damascus Bowie knife.

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14.5″ Long with a 9.5″ blade length. Brass guard and butt cap and a colored giraffe bone handle.

If you’re interested in owning this one of a kind beauty, click here!

Nice Bowie Knife by E.A.M.

Picked up this very nice Bowie knife from a maker out of Vermont. I don’t know who he is but his initials are E.A.M.

Blade: Clip Point

Blade Length: 5 3/4″

Guard: Brass

Handle: Bone:

Tang: Full

Pins: Brass

Overall Length: 9 1/2″

Sheath: Zippered pouch

Got an easy price on it too. EAM Bowie Knife

Roger Hatt Custom Folder

Canadian Roger Hatt has been making knives since 1994. When you get a Hatt knife, you get a beautiful bang for your buck.

Beautiful Damascus drop point folder with walrus ivory scales.

More information and to purchase the knife here

 

 

 

 

GERBER APPLEGATE-FAIRBAIRN COVERT SERRATED AUTO

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  • Perfectly Balanced
  • Quick Rapid Deployment
  • Applegate-Fairbairn Designed S30V Steel Blade
  • Made in the USA

Overall Length: 8.70″
Blade Length: 3.78″
Blade Material: S30V
Weight: 5 oz.
Handle Material: Type III Anodized 6061 Aluminum

MSRP: $200.00

SDK Price: $125.00 Shipped

Call 602-397-0053 to order

Claw Push Dagger

Stan McKiernan – River’s Bend Knives

Available for purchase here

Russell Klingbeil Knife

Russell Klingbeil died in January 2004. He was a member of the USMC. An avid surfer and weight lifter. He was an accomplished designer and engineer of fire-sprinkler systems. He was very much into Harley Davidson motorcycles. Remarkably talented at drafting, he was also very good at drawing, often things that would make me laugh and my aunt smack him on the arm. He was an outdoors-man who camped and was an aficionado of the rugged mountain-man lifestyle of yesteryear. He was a black-powder rifleman as well as an accomplished knife-maker.

Here is a Spear Point Boot Knife he made. there were 67 of these made between November 1998 and January 1999. This one is numbered 001.

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His knives are sought after by collectors and rarely come on the market.

More photos and information here.

Cholla Wood & Turquoise Clip Point Hunters

Here’s a matching pair of beautiful clip point hunters made by Massachusettes knife maker Roger Query. Now living in Phoenix, Arizona, he’s using natural Cholla Wood found in the desert for handles. Reconstuted Arizona Turquoise is used to fill in the Cholla Wood holes giving these knives a nice weight and balance between the knife blade and the handles.

You can find out more on these knives by clicking here

Mike Tamboli Folder

Mike Tamboli of Glendale Arizona has been making knives for over 30 years. He has won many awards for his work in miniatures as well as regular sized custom knives. He has had his knives featured in many of the popular knife periodicals. 

Here is one of recent folders which has just been added to the website: 

 

 

Mike Tamboli Liner Lock Folder

New Damascus Folders

I’ve been dealing with Adil Zafar from Lahore Pakistan for several years now and I can testify to the excellent quality of his workmanship. Each knife he sends me is a well made knife no matter if it’s a fixed blade or folder. His Damascus is strong and sharp. You will not go wrong with one of his knives.

Three new folders have arrived and are now up on the website for sale.

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Knives by Adil Zafar

One of Howard Viele’s First Knives

Double Edge Slip Knife

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Purchase it here: Howard Viele