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DESCRIPTION. 5″, 6″, 7″ and 8″ blades of 1/4″ stock. The top cutting edge sharpened approximately 3 inches. Brass double hilt. Approximately 4 3/4" to 5" leather handle. Duralumin butt cap. This is the knife made famous by Allied combat troops in World War II and since widely used in all theaters of war. A Collins & Co Legitimus N°17 Bowie knife Abercrombie Camp marked will be found around $400 on eBay. A US M3 Imperial fighting knife should be around $300. And a WWII US Navy Mark 1 Combat Fighting Knife will be available around $250 depending of its condition. If you don't know how much your military knife worths, feel free to contact us, we. See Details. eBay. Antique G. Wostenholm & Son Washington Works Sheffield I*XL Bowie Knife + Sheath. $399.00. See Details. eBay. BOWIE, WILLIAM JACKSON SHEFFIELD 99 % EXACT COPY OF THE ANTIQUE 1840, BOWIE. $410.00. See Details. - US Vietnam War Era Western Bowie Knife, W49: Original era manufacture. Large pattern bowie style knife with a 9.25 inch polished steel blade. The blade has no issues beyond spotting and staining from age, no corrosion pitting or foolish sharpening. Simple solid brass "S" guard which is maker and model marked on it's upper side. Large rosewood grip plates secured with. 3,381. Nov 28, 2011. #14. I was really hoping for alot of knife discussion in this thread, I know most Soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan had some kind of pocket knife or multi tool or both, On my last deployment which was Afghanistan, I carried a Spyderco Military, a Leatherman Core and ST200 for back up and a Vic Outrider. Leatherman Core saw. Description: Western Cutlery Combination Hatchet & Knife Set with Holster The year 1980 is when Pat Serious Darksider fans shouldn't miss adding this Darksiders Chaos Eater Sword to their collection Should make a good project for you You'll find many axes with handle lengths in between these two extremes, as well You'll find many axes with handle lengths in between these two extremes, as well.