Ray Rogers Handcrafted Knives





The Wizard - Style 54361


This knife has an excellent blade/handle ratio and the 3 1/2" blade almost disappears into the handle. The scales are Carbon Fiber behind integral bolsters on a titanium frame. The BG-42 blade is almost a Wharncliffe but the edge curves up about a half inch from the tip. A pocket clip is standard on this 3.2 oz slim and slick (but not slippery) folder.




The Wizard - Style 64362


Another Wizard, this time with a spear point blade. This knife is 7" overall when opened and yet it weighs an incredible 2.3 ozs and is barely 3/8ths of an inch thick!


The Wizard - Style 61362


A flat ground spear point blade of ladder pattern stainless damascus and a frame lock, Ivory Paper Micarta(R) scales and a thumb disc.


The Wizard - Style 54361


This Wizard has the modified Wharncliffe blade but this time it's made of S30V and Rockwells about 60. The Blue Carbon Fiber scales are very difficult to get but I got lucky....


The Wizard - Style 64362


Another spear point blade but this one has the distinction of being the first where I have used a thumb disc instead of a thumb stud. Also, the detent ball in this knife is made of ceramic, another first for me. Getting more hi-tech every day....



The Wizard - Style 54312


Maybe the fanciest Wizard yet. A stainless damascus blade in ladder pattern with a Purple Cat's Eye in the thumb stud. The solid titanium handle has been decorated with purple and blue anodizing. The inside handle surfaces have been jeweled.


The Wizard - Style 54611


S30V blade with a Tiger's Eye thumb stud, Ironwood Burl scales...



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