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Case USMC Bowie Fixed Knife 7" Plain Edge Clip Point 1095 Steel Blade Stacked Leather Handle with Leather Sheath 00334

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The Case UMC Bowie Fixed Blade Knife is an authentic reproduction of the prototype submitted to the armed forces. The Case USMC Knife features a 7" blackened clip point blade made of 1095 carbon steel. The grooved leather handle has a metal guard and pommel. A genuine leather belt sheath with USMC crest is included with this Case knife. The Case USMC Knife weighs 10.2 ounces.

Specifications and features:
7" plain Bowie blade
12" overall length
10.2 ounces
Blackened 1095 carbon steel
Brown stacked leather handle
Leather sheath
USMC style knife
Factory warranty 
Total number of Reviews: 3

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4.0 5
"I wasn't expecting much when I got this knife for $40, but the quality is not bad at all. The blade is a full tang, in fact you can see it at the bottom of the knife, where the buttplate that holds the cork handle is attached. I don't know how well the leather sheath or the knife handle would hold up in wet environments, from what I can tell, neither are treated. It should be noted that the knife does not come sharpened, at all. In fact, it looked like it just got done with the grinder when they shipped it off. There was quite a large burr of metal shavings sticking off the side, like they just ground the bevel on one side and then the other and threw it in the box. I put it through a good extra-coarse diamond stone, then twice through a coarse stone, and three times through a fine stone. I guess the steel was much harder than I expected for this blade. I finished it off with quite a few sessions on an extra-fine whetstone, and it took a pretty decent edge.There is a small portion on the back of the knife (spine) that is sharpened (or rather, \"ground\"). It gives the knife potential for a very sharp penetrating tip. And just like the USMC Ka-Bar, it does have a \"blood well\" on the flat side of the blade, though it is much more subdued and not very noticeable due to the black finish on the blade. I don't know how long the sheath will last, however. From what I can tell, the knife is cutting it up from the inside. Every time I sheath the knife and pull it back out again, there is quite a lot of leather \"shavings\" on the blade. I used to think that this was from the sharp, jagged burr the blade originally had, but after cleaning up the edge there is still a decent amount of leftover leather every time I unsheathed the knife. Now I think it may be the rough black finish on the blade. In fact, while I was sharpening it, when I would use a paper towel to wipe the edge down, it would cut up the paper towel while I was wiping it. Its not the edge, but the extra rough"
2.0 5
"This knife isn't the best Ka-Bar you can get. I love Case knives and got into them when I watched a WWII documentary on the Marine Raiders that had hand-made Case knives when I was eight years old. I immediately ran to the computer and researched Case. I found out that Case was PA based and fell in love. (Yes I live in PA and love everything about the state) But with this knife I wanted to cry. The steel is excellent, but it was made poor. This is not the Case I know and love. The leather is of very poor (China is guess) leather; same with the sheath. The knife isn't solid. Parts are loose and I\uFFFDm afraid I\uFFFDll break it if I use it. And to top it all off, the knife is not covered under Case Warranty because it is a \uFFFDCollector\uFFFDs Knife\uFFFD. I thought Case made every knife of the highest quality and backed up that claim, but with this knife I found that to be not true anymore. Case knife has let me down."
3.0 5
"I've owned this knife for 4 years now and keep it in my truck. Iv'e used the knife every way a man can. It's not sharp but it holds up for a hog knife or tool in the woods."