Reviews and Ratings for Bear & Son 7.5" Bowie Damascus Steel Blade, Genuine India Stag Bone Handles - 501D

Bear & Son 7.5" Bowie Damascus Steel Blade, Genuine India Stag Bone Handlesrated 3.0 stars out of 5 (2 reviews)
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Bear & Son 7.5 inch Bowie Damascus Steel Blade, Genuine India Stag Bone Handles

 

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Bear & Son 7.5" Bowie Damascus Steel Blade, Genuine India Stag Bone Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Tyman202082
Pigeon Forge, TN
Nov 03, 2017
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None

Best Bowie Knife Made

The damascus steel is different and the stag handles are beautiful. Each of the 2 knives I bought were razor sharp and easy to sharpen. Bear and Sons are a true master knife builder, and I know because I grew up around master smiths . If you are wondering if this knife is worth the money it is buy with confidence and the knife will last a life time your grand kids will enjoy it after we are long gone. In other words just buy and don’t worry and when you receive the blade you will see why I bought 2 of them. I’m going to buy more in the future.
Bear & Son 7.5" Bowie Damascus Steel Blade, Genuine India Stag Bone Handles
rated 1 stars out of 5
James
North Parramatta, Other
Oct 04, 2020
Pros: None
Cons: Materials, Finish, Blade Material, Overall Quality, Sheath/Scabbard, Blade Sharpness

one of the worst knives I've ever seen

Shame to be marked as USA made. Came totally dull, just like no cutting edge at all. Couldn’t cut literally anything. Damascus steel is so bad that you can’t get razor sharp edge no matter what sharpener you’re using or what angle you want. Hand guard material also very bad, came with some marks that you can’t polish to get it cleaned. Sheat: leather is ok but if you take a look inside you’ll find a piece of cheap plastic stitched to the backside in such a way that sooner or later blade will start hitting it. Having a lot of USA made knives (and that should stand for quality and confidence) I’ll say it again: shame to be marked as USA made knife. Total waste of the money.