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Winchester 22-41206 Large Bowie Knife with Sheath
The illustrated Winchester knife is the Winchester Large Bowie Knife that features an 8.75" bowie blade made of surgical stainless steel with the Winchester etch. This Winchester bowie knife has full tang construction, finger grooved wood handle and a brass cross guard. A ballistic nylon sheath is included with this Winchester knife. The Winchester Large Bowie Knife with wood handle has an overall length of 14.25" and weighs 14.4 ounces.8.75" fixed bladeWood and brass handleBallistic Nylon sheath
With a curved point, clip point, and notch near the handle, the Winchester 22-41206 Large Bowie Knife has all the features of a true Bowie. It is both well-priced and well-manufactured with full tang construction and a finger grooved wood handle, and it includes a ballistic nylon sheath with two retaining straps.
Large Bowie Knife with Sheath
At a Glance:
Stainless steel blade is corrosion resistant
Full tang construction for increased strength
Wood and brass handle with finger grooves for added comfort and grip
8.57-inch blade for multiple uses
Includes plastic-lined, ballistic nylon sheath with two retaining straps
The traditional Bowie design is perfect for hunting, fishing, and more. View larger.
The sheath's hard plastic liner keeps the blade safe, while the two retaining straps keep your knife secure. View larger.
Engineered for Strength and Reliability
The Winchester Bowie Knife features a stainless steel blade that is corrosion resistant and easy to sharpen. Full tang construction means that the blade extends through the handle, increasing the strength and usability of this large knife.
Durable Wood and Brass Handle with Stylish Accents
A warm-toned wood and brass handle is detailed with brass rivets and equipped with finger grooves for a comfortable and secure grip, even when wet. The brass cross guard functionally separates your hand from the blade and matches the other brass accents.
Larger Size and Weight for Control and Stability
With an 8.57-inch blade, the Winchester Bowie Knife measures 14.25 inches in length and weighs 14.4 ounces. The heft and weight of this fixed blade knife give you increased control and stability during use.
Bowie Style for Versatile Uses
The shape and style of the Winchester Bowie Knife reflects the traditional Bowie design, including a blade tip that's lower than the spine of the blade for added control, a bevel edge at the point to streamline the tip, and a curved edge near the point for removing skin from a carcass. A notch near the hilt can be used as the sharpening starting point, to strip wires or sinew, and help repair rope or nets.
Included Sheath Protects the Blade
The durable ballistic nylon sheath is an ideal carrying case for the Winchester Bowie Knife. The hard plastic liner keeps the blade safe, while the two retaining straps keep your knife in a safe place until you're ready to use it.
What's in the Box
Winchester 22-41206 Large Bowie Knife and ballistic nylon sheath.
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flight of the chonchords bowie
Though one of rock's most influential figures, David Bowie's accomplishments are pocked by some distinct ironies. His willful efforts at being a musical and visual chameleon spurred triumphs in genres as diverse as folk, glam, new wave, and electronica. Given the dizzying range and success of his '70s incarnations--from Ziggy to the Thin White Duke to the gaunt, goth-cypher of Low and Heroes--he seemed the artist most well-equipped to weather the changing tides of taste and trend, yet saw his career essentially shrink to cult status after scoring his biggest triumphs when he reshaped the soulless, dance-oriented club music of the early '80s into his own image. This 20-track compilation does little to address the Chinese puzzle that has been Bowie's post-'85 career, but it does deliver an artistically dizzying slate of hits as it skips from one early peak to the next, from evocative cabaret ("Space Oddity," "Changes") through muscular glam-rock ("Suffragette City," "The Jean Genie") to R&B ("Young Americans," "Fame") and post-punk flirtations ("Ashes to Ashes," "Fashion") to the dance-club hits ("Let's Dance," "China Girl," "Modern Love") and '80s one-off duets ("Under Pressure" with Queen, "Dancing in the Streets" with Mick Jagger) that essentially marked the end of his superstar reign. Whole eras and at least one classic '70s album (Low) go completely unaddressed, but all of Bowie's signature hits are here, as well as Earthling's powerful, underappreciated "I'm Afraid of Americans." --Jerry McCulley
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