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    Fantastic razors. Only one way to make them better... new scales


    Brown canvas + Olive drab wedge, Copper and nickel pinning.









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    Very nice touch! Great work!

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    Nothing like a new suit to dress things up. Excellent work.
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    Sweet. Very nice choice of colours
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    That looks fantastic. Great work.

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    Great work as usual Brad…choice of material, shape and all. The inlayed 3rd pin is a really nice touch as well.

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    very nice! I short question about the inlay though, did you make it afterwards (I'm guessing its "molded" with epoxy?), is it justg an inlay or doses it go through bothe the scales and the inlay actually functions as the third pin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by miha View Post
    very nice! I short question about the inlay though, did you make it afterwards (I'm guessing its "molded" with epoxy?), is it justg an inlay or doses it go through bothe the scales and the inlay actually functions as the third pin?
    It goes right through and "functions" as a third pin. Although, the wedge end of the scales actually stop the blade just barely before it makes contact with the 3rd pin. See pic:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Undream View Post
    It goes right through and "functions" as a third pin. Although, the wedge end of the scales actually stop the blade just barely before it makes contact with the 3rd pin.
    That is AWESOME! Great work on the 3rd pin also...

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    Very nice work Alan! You are a pro!!

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