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Bo·wie

(bō'wē),
Donald James, 20th-century Canadian physician. See: Bowie stain.

bowie

a disease of young lambs characterized by lateral curvature of the long bones of the front limbs. The lambs become so lame that they lose condition and are markedly deformed by the age of 8 weeks. The cause is unknown.
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The most thoroughly provenanced of the early Bowie knives, the Carrigan and the Tunstall, probably came from James Black's forge.
Alabama declared all killings involving Bowie Knives or Arkansas Toothpicks were ipso facto murder.
I doubt if many wayfarers gave up their Bowie knives upon buying a Baby Dragoon.
At last people started leaving the Bowie knives at home.
Unlike the days of the Old West, we can't walk around with firearms strapped to our sides and big bowie knives hanging down to our knees.
This was a popular blade style on early Bowie knives and it works well today.
His main area of interest is Bowie knives, and the nice selection found on KnifeArt.
Terry Tucker is a complete holster maker able to provide just about anything for any sixgun or semi-auto including spring clip shoulder holsters, belts and holsters fancied up with conchos and even knife scabbards for those big Bowie knives that fill out many a cowboy shooter's costuming.