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  INCLUDES KNIFE, STANDARD SHEATH AND SHIPPING.  Now working with Nepal and a combined effort to bring you this knife.

JESSE ROBINSON BOWIE KNIFE: This big brass-back knife was given as a gift to Jesse Robinson from Jim Bowie. The Original was on display at the Bob Bullock Museum in Austin, but removed and sold to Phil Collins who in 2014 donated it to the Alamo Museum in San Antonio.  Jesse Robinson (who later Became a Texas Ranger), and Jim Bowie were friends.  They fought together at the Battle of Concepción and the Siege of Béxar (1835).   Jesse Robinson knife ended up in a museum.  

The Jesse Robinson Bowie Recreation was born out of an unofficial challenge with my apprentice.  He was working on a Bowie for a customer that wanted a Brass backed spine.    I did some research and decided on the Jesse Robinson Bowie to be replicated.   The spine is epoxied and pinned with several brass pins on the spine  to ensure that it would be secure.  Example of testing can be see in the video below.  Second Video is of the sheath


This will include a sheath made by Nikki out of Colorado.

Price includes shipping inside the USA

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1/4 inch  /  6.5 mm  (This dimension does not include the brass spine covering)

Blade Length

13 inches / 330 mm


34  ounces  / 963 grams

52100 steel



  1. Butch Montoya

    I was lucky enough to get in on the first run of this classic blade. When you first look at it – one can’t help but admire the sheer beauty of this classically designed Bowie knife, but it is not until you actually feel it in hand that you get a full appreciation for why it is a classic.

    Beautiful and functional – what more could one ask for in a knife.

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