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El Diablo Fighter


This nine-inch carbon steel blade was forged from 1084 steel.  It features an engraved double sculptured guard.  The India stag handle is secured by two engraved 416 stainless handle bolts.  This knife is sole authorship and was the winner of the 2009 International Blade Show and Cutlery Fair "Best Fighter" Award. 

Buddy Thomason Photo

 

Damascus Bowie

West Texas patterned Damascus forged from 1075 and 15N20 steels is featured on the ten-inch blade.  The guard, bolsters, and handle frame are 416 stainless steel.  Engraving by the maker is featured on the guard and front bolsters.  The mammoth ivory handle is secured by five fourteen-karat gold pins.
 

Chuck Ward Photo

 

Kennesaw D-Guard


The eleven-inch blade features 1075 and 15N20 steels forged in a West Texas Wind pattern.  The knife features 416 stainless steel bolsters which are engraved and gold inlayed by Steve Dunn.  It is exhibited with a Paul Long sheath.  

Terrill Hoffman Photo

 

Texas Bowie

This ten-inch Old Southwest Style blade is forged from 1084 steel.  The guard and spacer are stainless steel.  The African Blackwood handle features German silver pins and a sterling silver star.
 

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

Small Hideout Bowie


Feather patterned Damascus forged from 1075 and 15N20 steels is featured on the blade.  Jere Davidson engraved the 416 stainless steel guard and handle bolts.  Mammoth ivory is used on the handle which is of mortis tang construction. 

Chuck Ward Photo

 

El Diablo Fighter

The feather-patterned Damascus blade is forged from 1075 and 15N20 steels.  The 416 stainless steel guard is engraved and gold inlayed by the maker.  The mammoth ivory handle is of mortis tang construction and is secured by three fourteen-karat gold pins. 

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

California Bowie


The Gold Rush period makers Michael Price and Will & Fink inspired this knife.  The six-inch blade features a ladder pattern forged from 1075 and and 15N20 steels.  The guard and ferrule are also embellished with a ladder pattern.  The handle is carved from mammoth ivory and features eighteen-karat gold pins.  The scabbard is made from nickel silver.   

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

Upscale Huckleberry Bowie

This knife is inspired by a Joseph Rodgers design from the turn of the twentieth century.  The five- inch blade is forged from 1084 steel.  Steve Dunn engraving is featured on the bolsters made from 416 steel.   

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

Upscale Camacho Bowie


The nine-inch blade is forged from 15N20 and 1075 steel in a ladder pattern.  The fittings are also feature a ladder pattern.  The mammoth ivory handle is accented with eighteen-karat gold pins and escutcheon.  

Eric Eggly,PointSeven Studios Photo Photo


Manassas Bowie

Ladder-patterned Damascus forged from 1075 & 15N20 is featured on both the blade and fittings.  The handle is walrus ivory.   

Steve Woods Photo

 

Old Southwest Bowie


This is another version of the Old Southwest Bowie.  The blades and fittings are the same--a ten-inch blade forged from 1084 steel.  This particular knife has nickel silver guard, ferrule, and pins.  The handle is checkered ebony. This is a very nice knife that could be part of a collection or carried in the field.  

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

Old Southwest Bowie

The 10 inch blade on this knife is in a ladder pattern forged from 1075 and 15N20.  It has ladder patterned Damascus fittings and an India stag handle. Steve 

Woods Photo

 

El Diablo Fighter

The feather-patterned Damascus blade is forged from 1075 and 15N20 steels.  The 416 stainless steel guard and handle bolts are engraved by Terry Theis.  The India stag handle is of mortis tang construction and is secured by two handle bolts. 

Eric Eggly, PointSeven Studios Photo

 

The Huckleberry

This style knife was originally made in 1900 by Joseph Rogers. The knife features a 5 inch blade, nickel silver bolsters and pins, and a checkered ebony handle. This knife is only available in carbon steel. This would be an excellent choice for field use or in camp, but also nice enough to be an any upscale collection.   

Doug Box Photo

 

Old Southwest Bowie

This upscale bowie features a ladder patterned Damascus blade forged from 1075 and 15N20 steels.  The ivory handle features 18-karat gold pins.

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Vaquero

This knife is very light and quick in the hand. The 7-inch blade can be forged from 1084 or 01 steel. It is shown with an India stag handle and nickel silver fittings and escutcheon plate.

 

Old Southwest Bowie

This knife is nice enough to be considered an investment quality knife and rugged enough to be used. The knife features a 10-inch blade forged from 1084 steel. The guard, ferrule, and pins are made from German silver. The handle is fashioned from India stag. The leather sheath is made by Kenny Rowe of Hope, Arkansas.


Federale
I consider this Bowie an all-around knife and very sought after in today's Bowie market. As shown, the knife features a 5 inch random patterned Damascus blade made from 1095 and 01 steels. The India stag handle is of mortis tang construction. Filework is featured on the nickel silver fittings. This knife is available in carbon or Damascus steels with blade lengths up to 10 inches.  

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