Heath's daughter got into a heated argument with Mr Poole and Heath emerged from the house carrying the Bowie knife
and, in a struggle, the young man was stabbed in the chest.
Instead, he had it put out of its misery by another member of the party, who used a bowie knife
to slit the bear's throat.
One with a three to four inch blade is actually easier for most people to use than a big Bowie knife
Accoutered with a childlike patriotism and a homemade Bowie knife
, Woodcock was initially a member of the Gamaliel (Monroe County) Home Guards in Kentucky.
He fondles a bowie knife
with which he could either pleasure or kill himself.
The Bowie knife
, according to popular legend, was invented by Col.
He is hunkered down, Joe Aliff, hacking at the swollen base of a red oak tree with a Bowie knife
, and I am practically in tears.
1830's Bowie knife
collected from the battlefield at San Jacinto
I often joke if you saw a kid with a rat tail, a Karate headband, and a Bowie knife
half as long as his leg running around a campground in the early '80s, there's a pretty good chance it was me.
Imagine wearing a 14-inch Bowie knife
strapped to your side as you enter the bank to make the morning deposit.
A collection of pocket watches in a display frame were stolen as well as a display bowie knife
, a display Webley air pistol and medication including Citalopram, Co-dydramol, Tramadol and a large quantity of prostate, diabetes and bladder medication.
A 19th century pioneer, Bowie's reputation was forged when he killed the sheriff of Rapides Parish with a knife - which later became known as the Bowie knife
- despite having been shot and stabbed.