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#182069 - 07/31/19 04:56 PM Re: Ray Cover [Re: BladesNBarrels]
BladesNBarrels Offline
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Registered: 09/19/05
Posts: 858
Loc: Colorado
A smaller Ray Cover Sr, with Scott Pilkington Engraving, Abalone Scales. Once again dove-tailed scales and blade totally in the frame when closed.

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David Loomis
RKS# 724
RKCC# CM-061
Molon Labe

#182083 - 07/31/19 09:05 PM Re: Ray Cover [Re: BladesNBarrels]
escapement Offline
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Registered: 01/14/06
Posts: 159
Loc: Virginia
Great looking knives, Scott and David.

I bet Mr. Cover would be thrilled to see your kind words here, Scott; I can’t imagine a more esteemed endorsement. (Shop Manager, Randall Made Knives).

Here are my latest two from him.

These are *big* honking knives. 3 ½” blades.

One is handled in brown “old Westinghouse micarta” and has two 3 ½” drop point trapper-style blades, one with a bit deeper belly. 154CM steel. This knife also has a bit of a rarity for a Ray Cover knife – a thong hole; you don’t see that often on his knives. Stainless liner. Beautifully checkered old brown micarta and three pins. Black liner.

The other has very pretty red stag, 3 pins, black liner. It’s got one 3 ½” - “drop/ clip” blade, and a 3 ¼” spey. Steel is S30V.

These knives are really big in the hand. Seem to dwarf my 3 ¼” knives.

Thanks, Gary








Edited by escapement (08/01/19 10:44 AM)

#183379 - 09/12/19 10:03 PM Re: Ray Cover [Re: escapement]
Mell73 Offline
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Registered: 01/17/19
Posts: 35
Loc: Michigan
Wow! I’m a fan. He does some pretty nice work!
NRA Life Member
Wolverine Knife Collectors Club Member
Randall Knife Collectors Club Member

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