"Under-The Hill" was the notoriously rowdy riverfront district of Natchez, Mississippi at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Cold Steel's Natchez Bowie was born "Under-The-Hill" and takes its pedigree from those seedy taverns and dimly lit streets. The blade is made of vacuum heat-treated VG-1 San Mai III laminated stainless steel. It’s costly and difficult to fashion, but the resulting blade it yields is virtually indestructible. It has a double quillion guard, bolster, and pommel made of highly polished 300 series stainless steel and a gorgeous black linen Micarta handle. Includes a traditional black leather sheath.
Natchez Bowie Technical Specs:
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