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Commemorative Bowie Knife
Overall: 12 3/4";
Blade: 8" | Stainless | Sharpened Edge;
Other Info: Lanyard Hole. Bowie blade with Remember the Alamo laser etched artwork. Brass guard. Certificate of Authenticity. Boxed in white cardboard with thick foam insert for display. great quality, 5mm blade thickness
Fixed Blade Knife
7.5" 3.2MM BLADE, STAINLESS STEEL
BLACK FINISH PARTIALLY SERRATED BLADE WITH SAW BACK
BLACK AND ORANGE INJECTION RUBBER AND NYLON FIBER HANDLE
INCLUDES 600D NYLON SHEATH
Balancing form with function, the World Legal was born from one idea: make a great knife that can be carried anywhere in the world. Simple but efficient, it combines modern aesthetics with traditional slip-joint technology.
In medieval warfare the armoured knight represented the ultimate in shock cavalry. Fully clad in the best armour of the day and impervious to all but the most specialised weaponry he dominated the battlefield. Typically he was armed with a lance, sword and dagger, but after the inevitable loss of breakage of his lance it was not his expensive sword he would reach for, as the greatest percentage of hit fighting would be done with more specialised weaponry.
The horseman's axe was a short hafted weapon and very effective at delivering heavy blows with the axe edge in a battle situation but as many of these medieval axes also sported a spike on the opposite side of the axe head the weapon had equally devastating armour piercing capabilities. Often medieval axes had protective strips called langlets riveted to the side of the haft to protect against cuts to the wood. Horseman's axes were used extensively between 1300-1500.