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  1. #271
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    Afew new added to the collection, both super nice shavers:
    8/8 Merkur, and a 7/8 KAMA





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    how do you guys like shouldered vs shoulder-less grinds to shave with

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    Quote Originally Posted by l r harner View Post
    how do you guys like shouldered vs shoulder-less grinds to shave with
    I prefer shoulderless, because eventually when there is a shoulder one will have to dig into it while honing and that causes some problems.

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    I prefer shoulderless aswell.
    Nice find on the razors Mainaman

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    Another vote here for shoulderless.

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    For me it all depends on the condition of the blade. I hate having to fix a blade that has the shoulder sticking out, with out power tools it's hard to grand that shoulder even with the blade. If the shoulder is out of the way I have no problems with them.

    On some razors they just look good...

    Nice finds there for sure


    (off to work... hope I survive...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by l r harner View Post
    how do you guys like shouldered vs shoulder-less grinds to shave with
    Not all that different to me, as to the actual shaving with them that is.
    I have more than a few of each, and both can be beautiful pieces.
    Grind, edge-capability and size are more important factors to me.

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    Another vote for shoulderless. Damn things are annoying sometimes.

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    tought i would post a few new shavers. most of them are restored.

    NOS Horsator
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    NOS Horsator
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    Restored JA Henckels Friodur
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    Restored Heljestrand MK4
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    Restored Heljestrand
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    all of them are great shavers

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    Great job on the restorations Magnus! I am just starting my first.

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