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    Bright San Mai straight

    Bright finished O1 core San Mai damascus

    Barber notch, and buffalo horn scales, with a scalloped nickel/silver wedge.







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    why are you messing with straight razors when you have a project to finish? wicked by the way.
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    Its coming my friend...


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    everybody keeps telling that, I have heart problems and might not live that much longer. did the sympathy thing work?
    I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.

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    A teeny weeny flicker of something just poked the part of my brain that controls by emergency beer locator. Now I got to go get a beer...


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    have one for me brother.
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    I've worn a beard for the last fourteen years, and a razor like that might actually convince me that shaving is a good idea.

    Great work Pierre.

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    That is an amazing piece of work! I hope this does not constitute blind praise for a forum vendor.
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    Pierre,
    in your experience which is easier to make , a razor or a knife?

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