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    Razor

    Just because I like to take pictures. Here are a few......






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    Beautiful. Makes me want to try a straight razor.
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    I still haven't worked up the nerve.

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    I have my grandpa's barber kit with three razors - large, medium and small - the large one is a vintage Butcher and Wade from early 20th century. I haven't gotten the nerve to try it yet either. I would have to change my "order of operations" and don't have time for that in the morning. Well maybe in the summer when I'm off work.

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    Quite a looker Salty....I saw a couple of these when I visited Devin...made me think about taking up new shaving habits...
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    nice photography, who made the razor?

    edit: oh i didnt see it was in Pierre's sub-forum.

    DAMN, nice work Mr. Rodrigue! Didn't know you made razors.
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    Nice photos, Salty.

    What's the handle material?

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    Well played Salty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    Nice photos, Salty.

    What's the handle material?
    Handle material looks like the copper laced carbon fiber that Pierre was working with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    Nice photos, Salty.

    What's the handle material?
    "The scales are carbon fiber woven with copper strands, used to protect fighter aircraft from lightening strikes."

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