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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigmex View Post
    For all of you needing a Laconico fixed blade FIX....here is my collection.

    I included pics of the sheaths as they are equally as perfect.

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    Sigh. I have had two of Ray's fixed blades over the last year-and-a-half or so. I regret letting them go.

    Nice collection. Thanks for the pics!
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    My new small Jasmine, the perfect edc





    Thanks Ray for this beautiful knife

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    My modest collection. Just received the small Jasmine, and I agree, its the perfect EDC and the smoothest flipper ever.


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    All I can say is that Ray makes incredible knives! Here is my Small Jasmine that I received today along with my standard sized Swedged Jasmine.


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    I absolutely love my Laconicos. Ray is a master craftsman. Here are my two:
    Carbon Fiber Handled Laconico.

    CF Laconico 2 by ScuffySquirr, on Flickr

    CF Laconico by ScuffySquirr, on Flickr

    Laconico Explorer.

    CM Laconico by ScuffySquirr, on Flickr

    CM Laconico 2 by ScuffySquirr, on Flickr

    And a picture of the two

    Two Laconicos by ScuffySquirr, on Flickr
    Last edited by koda; 06-10-2013 at 06:04 PM.

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    ^^ That Jasmine is awesome. Nice photo Smarkum.

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    newest to the fold. figured i'd post a pic before she gets all dirty.

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    Wow nice collection Doc! That file worked hunter is a real blast from the past!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smarkum View Post


    Props to you for actually "thrashing" on your jasmine. I can't bring myself to use my Laconico knives for anything other than light EDC tasks - they just look too damn good to scuff up.

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    Im the proud owner of this Laconico, its absolutely fabulous! I have been told its neither a Jasmine nor a Slim EDC... I just call it the Laconico Awesome.


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    Acquired this baby in a trade with member Silent Hunter Studios:
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    I would like to know more about the knife if anyone could enlighten me. Thanks
    Last edited by Andster2; 07-06-2013 at 11:26 AM.

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    wow. that's a beaut Andster. congrats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TPVT View Post
    wow. that's a beaut Andster. congrats.
    Thank you. I wish I could find out more about it. I was told that its a Bowie. Reminds me of a Persian type knife. When you rub your thumb across the edge it sings. Extremely sharp.

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    It was a one of a kind knife. It's not a bowie but you can call it what you like. It's purpose is to be a camping knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raylaconico View Post
    It was a one of a kind knife. It's not a bowie but you can call it what you like. It's purpose is to be a camping knife.
    Thank you sir. I'm ecstatic that its a one of a kind. I'd like to call it the Laconico Camper if I may. The blade is a little bit long for a hunter at about 6 1/2 inches, but I feel it would be a good hunting knife due to the blade shape and the control. Awesome knife for sure!
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    My new Jasmine - arrived yesterday. Thanks again Ray, it an amazing knife!


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    ^^ Super. I really hope I make the next run... Congratulations. Best looking knife around, IMO.

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