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bowie knife

a stout hunting knife with a short hilt and a guard for the hand

Bowie knife

throwing weapon invented by James or Rezin Bowie, frontiersmen in Texas. [Am. Folklore: EB, II: 207]
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A Cleveland Police spokeswoman said: "Two males approached the 36-year-old man before threatening him with a large hunting knife.
Tender notice number : PROC OF SWISS KNIFE AND HUNTING KNIFE (KUKRI)
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Officers searched his vehicle and found an 11-inch hunting knife, which had a six-inch blade, hidden in a compartment under the hand brake, Newcastle Magistrates' Court was told.
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Jonathan Devlin, prosecuting, said: "Rickman then ran downstairs and the teenager saw he had a knife in his right hand, like a hunting knife.
The hunting knife was about 7 inches long and fit in the end of the axe handle.
A MAN who stormed into the street with a hunting knife while drunk has been given a suspended prison sentence.
A MAN with a history of violence was jailed after arming himself with a 12-inch hunting knife during a late-night street fight.
Clark claimed Sharlene had found his hunting knife in the kitchen and brought it into the living room where he took it from her.
Everyone who purchases this one-of-a-kind recurve will also get a matching custom hunting knife.
Loveless is known as the godfather of the modern hunting knife and Poehlmann gained a reputation decades ago as a technological genius for his unique locking design on the "Paul" folder.