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The Rayzor Mark II Style 84661

This is the first pair of the Rayzor's new look, the Mark II. This knife measures 9.5" OAL when open, has a 3" cutting edge, and weighs 5.4 ozs. The blade can be opened one handed using the arch like half a thumb hole. A pocket clip is standard on this model.





The Rayzor Mark II Style 84661

Another Mk II with Carbon Fiber scales. These scales have some red woven into them....





The Rayzor Mark II Style 84661

This time we have stabilized Black Ash Burl scales for a dressier look. At the owner's request, this one was made with out a pocket clip.





The Rayzor Mark II Style 84661

Here's one with Burgundy Linen Micarta(R) scales ....





The Rayzor Mark II Style 84661

Elephant Ivory scales ....





The Rayzor Mark II Style 84661

The Red G-10 fiberglass scales really stand out on this Rayzor ...





The Rayzor Mark II Style 84661

Blade of 52100 and Green Linen Micarta scales...





The Rayzor Mark II Style 84661

Some of my damascus and Red Carbon Fiber scales...





The Rayzor Mark II Style 84661

Carbon Fiber ...





The Trayner Mark II Style 84661

This is a training version of the Mk II. The blade and the frame are made from stainless steel so it weighs about 2 ozs more than a titanium framed Mk II but it's a good bit less expensive. The blade has a blunt tip and no edge. This is a fancy version because it has G-10 scales on it and slightly better finish work than I would usually put on a trainer. I can make them less expensively with solid handles...





The Mini-Rayzor Style 84661

Much smaller than a Mk II and more politically correct, this knife has a Damascus blade and Black G-10 scales...





The Mini-Rayzor Style 84661

This knife features a stainless blade and elephant ivory scales...





The Mini-Rayzor Style 84661

Here's one with the Rayzor's most popular Maroon Linen scales...



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