WHITE DEER D2 Steel Extreme Duty XXL Bowie Knife Large Independent Survival Implement D-2

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WHITE DEER D2 Steel Extreme Duty XXL Bowie Knife

The WHITE DEER D2 Steel Extreme Duty XXL Bowie Knife is over 16 inches long with a full tang and the super sharp blade is made of arguably the best knife steel available: D2 STEEL. D-2 Steel is very tough and holds an edge for a long time, plus it is resistant to the elements. This clip point WHITE DEER D2 Steel Extreme Duty XXL Bowie Knife has a 12 inch long blade capable of spitting logs, making kindling, or even prepparing a fresh bushcraft meal.

The guard on this WHITE DEER D2 Steel Extreme Duty XXL Bowie Knife is solid brass and fixed to the tang for solid and reliable use out in the wild. The hardwood Ebony finished handle is dark grey or black in color, with plenty of natural wood grain showing. Three brass pins secure the handle grips and tang together. Even the solid brass pommel is pinned to the tang.
*Must be 18 years or older to buy*

Overall Length: 16.85 Inches
Blade Length: 12 Inches
Blade Material: D-2 Steel
Blade Thickness: 5mm
Tang: Full Length Steel Tang
Sharpness & Functionality: Razor Sharp, Extreme Duty Functional
Blade Hardness or Temper: 60 HRC Rockwell Scale
Blade Features: Straitback Bowie, Blood Groove, Clip Point
Handle Length: 5.25 Inches
Handle: Ebony Pakka Wood, Brass Tang Pins, Solid Brass Bolster Guard & Pommel
Includes: Genuine Leather Sheath Holster w Snap & Belt Loop

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  • 5
    White deer d2 xxl bowie

    Posted by Bob on Feb 12th 2021

    Great knife. Same as timber rattler in design must be made by same company. However the blade is thinner. The white deer weights 27 Oz where as the timber rattler weighs 32 Oz. I personally like the lighter weight better. Blade came sharp not razor sharp but the right sharpness for a bowie. I did a crude hardness check on the blade using hardness files and it is definitely around rc 60. Fit and finish is typical for these Pakistan knives which I like. I like hand made knives with slight flaws it gives them character. There are no flaws that effect its function. Everything is tight and the blade straight with a perfect edge. Well worth the money.