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    Flash that didn't get a name. I only made two of those. When I put it up for sale I had "short and stout" as the description. The term stuck with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisantica View Post
    Have a few more since my last post:

    dang lisantica....nice!
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    EDC Framelock - G10, Orange peel textured Ti, D2






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    Ouaoh !!! This one is just awsome ! His name is Perfection ! Thanks for sharing

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    One of a Kind

    One of a kind liner lock. Huge D2 blade (over 4"), smooth tan G-10 scales, Ti fittings. Pictured here with a LARGE Sebenza so you can see just how big and beautiful this awesome knife is. Thanks again Ray!! Cheers.
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    Here's what I have so far. Always looking for more. As a collector, I can say with 100% certainty that very few can grind the way Ray can.








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    wow. real nice collection dinokay.
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    WOW!! Dino thanks for posting. That's a nice collection there!

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    what a great collection, dinokay - congrats! I love the second one from the right: Does it have a name?
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    Here is the thread on the second knife from the right http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...412-Baby-Bowie, the grinds on Rays knives are amazing.


    Quote Originally Posted by sextant View Post
    what a great collection, dinokay - congrats! I love the second one from the right: Does it have a name?

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    my small but very proud collection of laconicos. hoping to score a folder some day as i absolutely love ray's work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dinokay View Post
    Here is the thread on the second knife from the right http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...412-Baby-Bowie, the grinds on Rays knives are amazing.
    thanks for the link, dinokay - very inspiring... at least
    Last edited by sextant; 09-12-2012 at 06:31 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tlovesknives View Post
    my small but very proud collection of laconicos. hoping to score a folder some day as i absolutely love ray's work.
    Very nice knives as well!
    I only have two slip joints hoping to score a fixed blade from Ray soon...

    Please excuse the "used" condition








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    "purest" knife design I have EVER seen.

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    I love the patina you got on those two slippies. I haven't made one in years!

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    Baby Bowie with Amboyna handles:

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    Cute! I really like the (coffin) handle shape and that gorgeous Amboyna!
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    That baby bowie must be old!

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    Dino or Ray, what is the knife second from the left in Dino's collection. Is that an EDC? Love the lines on it. Classic clean Laconico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by russamurai View Post
    Dino or Ray, what is the knife second from the left in Dino's collection. Is that an EDC? Love the lines on it. Classic clean Laconico.
    That's a "one of" based on my EDC fixed blade.

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