We will soon be decommissioning this WordPress blog in favor of our new website, hosted by Shopify, which is up and running now. Our web address will remain the same, richardrogersknives.com, you may need to clear your cache in order to see our new home.
As a farewell to this blog we are offering a chance at an Open Bid quality knife without the Open Bid price tag. We really want everyone to have a chance at owning this knife. So we are having a RRafle, so to speak! We hope this makes everyone happy. All details can be found at our new site under the News header. Purchases can be made in the Shop.
Thanks to everyone who has followed us here and we hope to see you at our new home.
CLOSED – Ended at $3,450. Thank you all.
This Mid-size 4F stealthy beauty is available as an Open Bid. It features a Damasteel blade, Marble Carbon Fiber scales, carved Zirc bolsters, Beveled and Polished liners, Zirc pivot collars and stand-offs.
We will run this from 6:00 pm (MST) tonight, February 24, until 12:00 pm (noon)(MST) tomorrow, February 25. Bids are in increments of $50, please. There is a 5 minute rule and no sniping.
Bids can be left in the comments here, on our Facebook group post, on IG, or you can message me your top bid and I will incrementally bid you up to that amount. I will update all media as needed.
Thank you and Good luck!
In a little over 2 hours from now I will be offering these Worry Tags for sale on our Facebook page. If you are not already a member of our group, Richard Rogers Knives, please go ask to join. I will be happy to add you.
Starting at 3:00 pm (MST) I will post one tag every 15 minutes. Details will be on each post. The prices range from $50 for the Copper Mini tags to $100 for the Full-size Zirc Fatty tag. The full-size tags are 2 inches and the minis are 1.5 inches.
Worry Tags – a cross between a dog tag and a worry stone
***CLOSED – winner has been chosen. Thank you all.***
EDITED: Apparently, the blade is Chad Nichols Boomerang Damascus. Sorry
Up for lotto now is an Executive with a Damascus blade, marble carbon fiber, and bead-blasted hardware. This will be $695 shipped.
This is available by entry to firstname.lastname@example.org . One entry per person, please. I will random draw at noon (MST) tomorrow.
As always, thank you all so much.
***CLOSED – winner has been drawn*** Thank you
Executive up for lotto is this Ivory Paper Micarta with blue anodized hardware. The blade is CPM-154. Price is $560 shipped. PayPal or check.
As usual, if interested please send entry to email@example.com . One entry per person. I will randomly select tomorrow evening at 5:00pm (MST).
The blue is not this washed out.
***CLOSED : Winner has been drawn*** Thank you & others will be offered soon.
We will be selling a few Executives on various platforms. Some, like this one, will be available here, others by Update List only, and some on our Facebook group, Richard Rogers Knives. The FB group is closed but you are all welcome just request to join.
The Executive for today is up for sale by lotto. It features brown burlap micarta with blue anodized liners, clip, end cap, and thumb stud. The blade is CPM-154. The Executive is the same size as the Shorty but features a locking liner.
The cost is $560 shipped. Payable by check or PayPal. Entries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. One entry per person, please. I will draw, using random number generator, tomorrow, February 8, at noon (MST).
This is a post we have felt has needed to be said for quite awhile, but I keep forgetting and blogging isn’t my thing. But lately we have had even more inquiries and have seen a knife or two that mandates we address this now.
Knife parts are not easily interchangeable. Even though they may look alike they are each hand finished to one particular knife. So the frames of one Axiom, say, will not fit exactly on another Axiom. This goes for all models and all parts.
The CNC is a wonderful tool, which makes cutting out multiple pieces more proficient. But it is only the beginning. Each piece is profiled for one knife, and because they are hand done they are individual.
All this to say that they are not meant to be mixed and matched, one material slapped on for another, or Frankenknifed. We can not warranty our work if parts have been swapped. Hope this clears up some of the misunderstandings.