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Posts: 24,150
Registered: June 2007
Location: Sandpoint, Idaho

Honing & Restoration Services


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1 32237 Mon July 14, 2008


Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
$15.00 $7.00 ---


Restoration and Honing Services available:

If you could, please leave messages and pics through the website..

Or directly e-mail me at

That keeps SRP pm's and messages to SRP stuff

Immediate turnaround on honing...
Restorations, I will give a time estimate with the price estimate...
I do Complete Restorations with G10, Micarta,Exotic Wood, Acrylics, Carbon Fiber, Bone, Ivory and Horn scales.....
I love doing original restorations, keeping the razor as close to factory as possible.....

Just polishing is also available for those of you doing your own restores...

The most asked question I seem to get is Honing Costs ?????
I have finally come up with a fair pricing structure...
I start at $15 for a Hollow Grind Razor in good shape.... This includes tightening the pins.

Add $5 for each of the following that apply---
Wedge / Heavy 1/4 blade
Frowns, Waves, anything that makes me have to do a complete bevel reset....

plus $7 Tracked, Insured, Boxed Shipping CONUS on all razors ...Outside the CONUS whatever it actually costs.......

All other costs are given quickly by estimate.....

PS: Please do not leave messages on this system I don't get them please use the e-mail above..... DSC08236.JPG DSC08363.JPG


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Registered: March 2012
Posts: 2
Comment Date: Wed March 21, 2012
Hello again.

I am the guy in Twin Falls that you helped out the other day in the introductions forum. I am looking at buying a razor that I found in an antique store here in Twin and was thriiled to see your name next to an offer of honing services. The razor I found is a Case's Ace that is in very good shape. I have no idea when it was honed last but i thought that it would be a good idea to send it off to a pro like yourself and have it worked over before I try to use it. So do you know much about this brand? I have read a few write ups on them and they are apparently a pretty good razor from what I have seen. The markings on the razor suggest that it is from the 40's but if that is the case then it is in excellent condition for its age. Other than a couple of very small spots on the blade it is absolutely clean.

I will most likely be picking it up in the next couple of weeks and I will ship it off to you shortly after.

Thanks again.
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Registered: June 2007
Location: Sandpoint, Idaho
Posts: 24150
Comment Date: Wed March 21, 2012
Not a problem will send you a PM soonest


"No amount of money spent on a Stone can ever replace the value of the time it takes learning to use it properly" Very Respectfully - Glen
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Registered: May 2012
Location: SE Nebraska.
Posts: 85
Comment Date: Sat July 28, 2012
I can't say enough about the great job Six Gun did on my razor! It was in "butter knife" condition after my first attempt at honing and therefore in dire need of professional care.
The 1st shave from this razor was better than the very 1st time I ever used it! What is so amazing about that fact is that the vendor guarentees "shave ready" razors honed by a "professional" before thay are shipped. That same claim is made by almost every vendor site I have visited AND they almost ALL use the same "professional."
The turn around time was almost immediate. I received an email one day to inform me he had received the razorand the next day I received another email to let me know he had finished the razor and would have it in the morning mail.
Not only was the razor sharpened, it was treated with germacide, dried then coated with a preservative and wrapped with anti-rust paper before being shipped back to me. The "professional" who honed it for the vendor simply rewrapped it with the factory paper, put it in an envelope and mailed it. Who sounds more professional? I leave it to you to decide but my money is on Six Gun!
For future purchases I will send all new razors to Six Gun for the initial "professional" honing to achieve a true "shave ready" condition unless he is the professional that vendor uses.
Well done Six Gun. Thank you again.
Semper Fi,
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Junior Member

Registered: December 2012
Posts: 0
Comment Date: Wed March 6, 2013
Communication was difficult. Received half written emails that were confusing. Some emails were ignored, taking 2 or 3 to receive a response. It took about 5 weeks to receive the razors back.

Shipping costs were very reasonable, excellent work performed, quality of work was high. Price for work performed was excellent. Worth the wait.
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Senior Member

Registered: February 2015
Location: Duluth, GA - Atlanta OTP North
Posts: 380
Comment Date: Mon June 29, 2015
Thanks for polishing my blades Glen! A++ Service

I sent him 3 blades and he actually called me to discuss working on a blade with etching. After discussing it with him, I decided to leave the blade like it was and preserve the etching. This meant he would be making LESS money. He could have just polished one side real nice and hoped he didn't mess up the etching too bad on the display side, but he didn't.

I would definitely get work done by him in the future. Actually, I just sent him a couple more razors to work on!!
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