BOWIES & FIGHTERS
CLICK PHOTO TO ENLARGE
"Leatherwoods II" - W2 differentially hardened blade; stainless fittings with bronze file worked spacer.
"Journeyman Test Bowie" - W2 blade; ironwood handle; stainless fittings with nickel silver fileworked spacers.
"Impulse" winner Best Fighter at the Art of Steel show; 12 inch "Mountain Fire" damascus blade, Damascus fittings, Carved, checkered koa handle,17 3/8 inches overall
Winner of the Performance Bowie contest at the 2017 Art of Steel Show
"Nighthawk", 14 inch 1075 blade, stainless fittings, carved African blackwood handle.
"Solstice II", 1075 blade, damascus guard, heat colored titanium spacer, carbon fiber handle3
"Lilly of Fire", Twisted W's damascus blade, guard and pommel, African blackwood handle
"Bodybuard", 6" damascus steel blade, Zirconium guard w/bronze spacer , Desert B ironwood handle, 10.5 inches overall
Bodyguard Subhilt, zirconium guard, titanium spacer, carbon fiber handle
Damascus blade and guard, bronze spacer, ancient bog oak handle.
. Damascus blade, zirconium guard, bronze spacer, mammoth ivory handle.
"Eclipse" fighter. 1075 blade, stainless guard, koa handle. Won "Best Fighter" award at the 2015 AKA show.
Fighter - 1075 blade; stainless guard; buckeye Burl handle with African black wood frame.
1075 differentially hardened blade; Damascus guard; heat colored steel spacer; carbon fiber handle.
Fighter - 1075 blade; ironwood handle; stainless guard.
"Solstice" - 1075 differentially hardened blade; Ironwood handle; stainless steel chevron guard
"Gunsmoke" - 1075 blade; Damascus fittings; bronze spacers; sambar stag handle; 14 5/8 inches overall length.
These formidable instruments are the pride of an Arkansas blood, and got their name of
Bowie knives from a conspicuous person of this fiery climate." ~ G.W. Featherstonaugh.
The Bowie, the American fighting knife, forged in the heated times when men of the frontier took their lives
in their hands, guarded by cold steel and lead bullets. Times have changed as have the knives but the Bowie
is still a symbol of the American fighting spirit. From the Alamo, to Iwo Jima, to the deserts of
the Middle East, the knife still remains...always loaded, always ready.