By Justin Justus
For the 9.75 inches blade, they use strong and durable high carbon 1095 steel and pair it with a Kraton handle that provides a firm and comfortable grip.
The Timber Rattler Western Outlaw is an attention grabber with its classic gray hardwood handle. You could buy it for its charming looks alone, but it performs nearly as well.
The knife was first used by the United States Marine Corps during the Second World War and is still a popular option among both active and retired servicemen 50 years later.
If you prefer the classic look, you will love the Buck Knives 119 Special Bowie Knife. The ten and ½ inches tool features a classic hardwood cocobolo handle with palm swells to give you a more comfortable grip.
This large knife from Cold Steel features a uniquely curved Japanese AUS8A blade made from high-quality stainless steel.
Featuring a 16 and ¼ inches high carbon steel blade, this multipurpose Bowie is a good hunting companion and could also work as a survival or combat knife.
The 11 and ½ inches blade is made from AUS-6 stainless steel and perfectly fits into the over-molded rubber handle.