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Bob Loveless died Sept 2......
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.....the knife world has lost a legend. We are diminished. RIP.


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Damn good smith too. It's an S&W M41 .22rf (not mine)

 
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I know that Mr. Loveless allowed some custom makers to copy his knives, I would love to have a quality copy of his hunting knife that was so admired. An original is simply out of my budget and wondered if his family might liscense any reproductions.
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There is a maker in Texas.
His name is Mike Lovett. He makes Loveless knives with Bob Loveless permisson.
You can find out about him on Blade Forms.
His knives are excellent reproductions.
 
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