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!


Knives by Ray Kirk, Master Smith

Ray Kirk has been forging knives since 1989 under the handle of Raker Knives. He was a cast member on Forged in Fire S1 E8. He is also the designer and maker of the famed “Trail of Tears” knife. Ray attends many of the hammer-ins and seminars on knife making around the country throughout the year.


When I spoke to Ray at the Tucson Knife show earlier this month, he allowed me to list a couple of his knives on the website. Little did I realize how well made the knives he gave me to consign were. After holding, photographing, and measuring them, I now want one for my own. You can bet I’m going to get one too!


His NDN integral knives are a pleasure to hold and use. Ray designed these knives for what he calls EDU (Every Day Use). Believe me, it is a knife that you would love to carry for everyday use, no mater if you’re out hiking, camping, boating or working.

Get yours today here


Beautiful Damascus Knives of Shanila Adil

Shanila Adil and his family has been making knives by hand for several generations since 1938. Their company and factory, known as Popular Industry Knives is located in Lahore, Pakistan and specialize in forging beautiful Damascus blades.

Basket Weave Damascus Pattern

Basket Weave Damascus Pattern

Rain Drop Pattern Damascus

Rain Drop Pattern Damascus

His Damascus is made from 1095 and 15N20 steel.

Shanila’s Popular Industry knives are now being offer for sale here in the west at

Marc Larsen Bowie Knife

Marc Larsen was a very talented knife maker from Camp Verde, Arizona. He learned most of his craft from Tim Hancock. He forged his own steel and Damascus. Now in his late 70’s, he’s pretty much retired from knife making. Here is an excellent example of the knives he produced:


Straight Back Damascus Bowie Knife

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Click here to purchase this knife

4 New Damascus Pocket Knives

Just received in 4 new pocket knives from Tariq Mahmood. These are beautifully hand crafted with twisted Damascus steel blades. Each is unique in size and shape. Well let me just show you what I mean…

For those Texas Toothpick lovers:

Buffalo Horn Handled Damascus Texas Toothpick

Buffalo Horn Handled Damascus Texas Toothpick

Like the look of Legs:

Damascus Lady Leg Knife

Damascus Lady Leg Knife

Having a Wine Party? Then you’ll need this knife:

Wine Stewart Damascus Knife

Wine Stewart Damascus Knife

Or maybe you like the look of the traditional French Laguiole Knife:

French Laguiole Knife

French Laguiole Knife

The nicest part of these knives is that they are not overly priced. Each sells for $50

So thank you Tariq Mahmood

Knives from Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Knives from Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Made in Bukhara

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