FB33GP Bradley Bowie – a review

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Re: FB33GP Bradley Bowie – a review

Postby Archimedes » Sat Nov 21, 2015 4:29 pm

Well you can see how long delivery was. But I got it.

Fist impression. It is everything a fixed blade should be and nothing it shouldn't. Sounds simple but can be hard to achieve.

Weight and balance perfect.
Fit and finish perfect.
Sheath perfect.

Feels great in the hand. We have reached the point in production knives where they are on par with customs. The grinds look perfect and the knife is of course very very sharp.

This is a knife that will carry very easy and deliver big performance when called on. I may have to pick up an extra.

This is my carry combo today.
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Re: FB33GP Bradley Bowie – a review

Postby Archimedes » Sat Nov 21, 2015 8:02 pm

I have to add the way the handle scales are finished to the full tang are perfection. Smooth and seamless. I love the two large handle tube fasteners. It really is such a nice finish on this knife. The craftsmanship has to be commended.

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Re: FB33GP Bradley Bowie – a review

Postby Mako109 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:31 am

Archimedes wrote:I have to add the way the handle scales are finished to the full tang are perfection. Smooth and seamless. I love the two large handle tube fasteners. It really is such a nice finish on this knife. The craftsmanship has to be commended.
Congrats! Hope you get a chance to put this to use.


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