Rare one of a kind Vietnam era Bowie, Attack knife by John Nelson Cooper. This early California mark was just a simple Cooper and was only used for about a year and a half from 1968 to 1969. This one of a kind knife has a California Bowie handle almost identical to the Bowie on page 4 of the Cooper red book. Then on page 16 you'll find a picture of a Cooper Attack which has a similar blade. The blade on this knife was ground from quarter inch stock and measures 12.75" with 28 saw teeth. The handle is black micarta accented with heavy brass fittings. OAL: 18". This monster would be the center piece of any Cooper collection. The condition is as good as you will ever find as I could only find one small spot on the blade otherwise mint. I do not have a sheath but will include a premium zipper pouch.
Presentation grade Fighting, Survival knife by the late great Hall Of Fame knife maker Ruffin Johnson. The 6" 440-c s.s. clip point blade is hollow ground with a super chrome like mirror polish finish. The handle is gorgeous desert ironwood accented with a double lugged guard, finger grooves and diamond shape butt. OAL: 11". Fantastic craftsmanship, fit and finish. Ruffin fighters are pretty rare he did not make many and they are very hard to find. This one is in mint condition and comes with a Sullivan sheath.
Gorgeous engraved liner lock folder by Terry Knipschield and Mike Yazeg. The 3" ATS-34 s.s Wharncliffe blade has a very high mirror polish finish. The handle is stabilized jigged camel bone accented with beautiful engraving by Mike Yazeg. The knife has titanium liners and gold platted screws. Knife measures 4" closed. The craftsmanship is fantastic the blade is perfectly centered, no play and smooth as silk operation. Knife is in mint condition and comes with a zipper pouch.
Rare vintage 1986 sub-hilt fighter by Rod Chappel. This model is called the (Hunting Leopard Combat Bowie) serial number 012. The 440 V s.s. blade measures 9.25" and is double edge sharp with a super mirror polish finish. The handle is gorgeous Walrus Ivory-legal as Rod is an American Indian. The ivory is nice and thick with a few check lines but no cracks. The fittings are s.s. OAL: 15". This is an amazing piece of work by one of the best. The knife has never been used and is in mint condition with the original heavy duty leather sheath.
Blade: 3.75" 154CM Handle: Green Black G10 Sheath: Kydex OAL: 9"