Outdoor Edge SaberbackBowie, SBB-20C, Big Blade Survival and Camp Knife with Sawblade Back and Nylon Sheath

March 4, 2019 - Comment

The SaberBack Bowie is a rugged survival/camp knife constructed of tough 65Mn carbon spring steel protected with a durable black powder coat finish. The aggressive saw teeth back rips through the toughest wood. Rubberized ergonomic TPR handles ensure a comfortable, non-slip grip in extreme conditions. Comes complete with a quality nylon scabbard with multiple grommets

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The SaberBack Bowie is a rugged survival/camp knife constructed of tough 65Mn carbon spring steel protected with a durable black powder coat finish. The aggressive saw teeth back rips through the toughest wood. Rubberized ergonomic TPR handles ensure a comfortable, non-slip grip in extreme conditions. Comes complete with a quality nylon scabbard with multiple grommets for tying to a pack. The quick-release belt loop can be modified for both low-ride and high-ride carry options. Designed by custom knife maker Jerry Hossom.

Product Features

  • Rugged survival camp knife complete with nylon scabbard
  • Blade Length: 10.25 inches, Overall Length: 17.4 inches
  • Steel: 65 Mn carbon spring steel with black powder coating
  • Handle: Rubberized TPR
  • Knife weight: 13.7 ounces, Total weight: 18.7 ounces

Comments

Anonymous says:

I love this thing I love this thing. It has such a serious chop to it. The widened girth of the forward blade really give mass to the swing. Like… noticeably. Also, the saw component to the proximal back of the blade is menacing. It’s not a regular saw tooth. It two rows of 3-sided trocars,… like the tip of the Rage broadheads for bow hunting. But, 2 rows of them. And each sharp tip comes from three sharp edges. I could never see this thing dulling, shy of corrosive rusting… which I assume it’s prone to…

Anonymous says:

Cuts paper like butter. It’s really not for batoning but in … What a surprises this knife is! Took it out of the box and it was razor sharp. Cuts paper like butter. It’s really not for batoning but in my opinion would still make a great camping knife or for clearing brush. I was so impressed with this knife I bought the larger Brush Demon. For the price you wont be disappointed.

Anonymous says:

Wicked looking knife Great knife for the price.

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