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    @ Sarge and Keith Neal: Please post a new thread rather than hijack this one. Thanks!

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    My apologizes. I wasn't looking to hijack; however I felt it relevant because it could affect to my answer to the poll, but discussions of stropping definitions deserves a thread of its own you are correct.

    Carry on
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post

    My apologizes. I wasn't looking to hijack; however I felt it relevant because it could affect to my answer to the poll, but discussions of stropping definitions deserves a thread of its own you are correct.

    Carry on
    My apologies also. I didn't realize a request for some expansion of the answers constituted a hijack. Will not happen again.

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    Not a big deal but I might decide to count up responses later and lots of multiples and discussions make it more painful than it needs to be. That's why I labeled it a "poll." Thanks. I really do think you guys should start new threads though. If you don't, I might just do it myself. I think there might be some interesting responses.

    Damn. I forgot about stropping on felt...

    For the purposes of this thread: Stropping = any edge-trailing stroke.

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    Alright I amend my answer then to B. I finish on the stones with edge trailing strokes.

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    Usually C and D

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    B, C and F.
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    B,C,F and sometimes G(cardboard) depends.....

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    D, but I think you already know that Tinh

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