Bowies, Big Knives, & the Best of Battle Blades by: Bill Bagwell
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As the author of Soldier Of Fortune's "Battle Blades" column from 1984 to 1988, Bill Bagwell was considered both outrageous and revolutionary in his advocacy of carrying fighting knives as long as 10 inches and his firm belief that the Bowie was the most effective fighting knife ever developed. Here, you'll find all of Bagwell's classic SOF columns, plus all-new material linking his early insights with his latest conclusions. In addition to offering advice on the design criteria, concealed carry and use of large knives, this book features controversial evaluations of a variety of big battle blades, from the AK bayonet, Sykes-Fairbairn commando dagger and USMC KA-BAR to the common machete, Gurkha kukri, Japanese tanto, tomahawk, various combat folders and more.
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- Width: 8.5 inches
- Height: 11 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 1.56 pounds
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