Ray Rogers Handcrafted Knives








The Rayzor Classic

Some people see this knife and ask why would anyone want a knife that looks like a razor? For the same reason they would choose a Harley Davidson over the latest Japanese hi-tech crotch rocket. The answer in both cases is that if you must ask then you wouldn't understand the answer.

This Rayzor has a 3 inch cutting edge on a very hollow ground ATS-34 blade. Overall, the opened length is about 10 inches. The bolsters are integral with the titanium liner and anodized to a deep blue. White natural bone scales finish the knife off nicely.





The Rayzor Classic

This Rayzor has a 3 inch cutting edge on a very hollow ground ATS-34 blade. Overall, the opened length is about 10 inches. The knife weighs 4.2 ounces. Red jigged bone scales give the knife a 'turn of the century' look.

The Rayzor is designed to sit in the bottom of your pocket and does not have a pocket clip except by special order. You will notice also that it does not have a thumb stud either. The blade is opened easily by pulling on the back of the blade or by catching the horn at the front of the blade on the edge of your pocket as the knife is drawn.







The Rayzor Classic

Here we have a somewhat tactical Rayzor. It features a sandblasted blade and bolsters and tan G-10 scales.







The Rayzor Classic

Another BG-42 blade, this time with satin finish. The handle has bead blasted bolsters and Corn Cob jigged bone. This handle is thicker and more rounded than usual for my knives.







The Rayzor Classic

A BG-42 blade and titanium bolsters, both with satin finish, and Carbon Fiber scales bring this Rayzor close to the tactical maximum for this knife. Very light and flat.





The Rayzor Classic

An S30V blade, titanium frame, and Burgundy Linen Micarta scales....





The Rayzor Classic

This one has a blade from my own damascus. The scales are stabilized 400 year old oak recovered from a 200 year old barn....





The Rayzor Classic

This one has an extra long blade and Green Linen Micarta scales ...



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