First made and sold worldwide in 1959, the Bowie-Axe throwing knife is one of the oldest throwing knives still being manufactured today.
And for good reason, too. It’s achieved world-wide fame and recognition as the premier all-purpose throwing, camping, hunting, chopping, and survival knife.
Imagine how safe, secure, and untouchable you’ll feel as you hike through the forest with a Bowie-Axe hanging at your hip.
There is nothing you need to fear in nature when you’re armed with such a powerful throwing knife.
You can hunt small game with it… you can hack away underbrush with ease… and, of course, you can enjoy the sport of throwing it at trees while you’re hanging around camp.
The Bowie-Axe is hand-made out of tempered spring steel. The handle slabs are made of tough vulcanized fiber and secured by extra-heavy rivets. Because of it’s “bullet proof” construction, it will stand up to a lifetime of rugged use.
The Bowie-Axe is 13 1/2″ overall, 2″ wide and 3/16″ thick. It weighs 15 ounces and comes with a durable handcrafted leather sheath to protect the blade.
This knife is brand new from the factory. It is handmade by Stephen D. McEvoy, son of the founder of the Tru-Balance Knife Company, Harry K. McEvoy.