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    First 3 are re-scaled in Black Horn with 440C stainless wedges. These were cleaned up with Greaseless.

    The 4th is a full re-grind on a 8" contact wheel. The scales are Patterned Carbon fiber. The pattern is on the top layer only - underneath is straight carbon fiber fabric layers. This makes for a very nice dark edge highlighting the pattern. Wedge is G-10 in two colors Blue/Toxic green.



    Started with some pretty rough razors.





    But they turned out very nice!





    Last one here is the regrind.







    Hope you enjoyed!!!!

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    Couple more of the CF. Hit the max pic limit on first post






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    Very nice work! Real beauties!
    Look at the Movember auctions in the BST!
    Buy and/or sell for a good cause!
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    You're a magician!
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    TOP NOTCH...

    Very beautiful blades...
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    Could I ask for some dimensions on the Wostenholm? Blade length, width and spine thickness.

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    I'll get you some numbers soon mikew

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    Blade width, 1.081" at widest.
    Spine thickness 0.280"
    Shoulder to tip: 3.195"
    cutting edge approx 2.8"

    Weight with new scales 3.8oz
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    Great job on the restore, but I can't take my eyes off the scales. The third one in the first pic is gorgeous!

    Cheers,
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    Wow, beautiful work, Brad. I am slowly learning restoration mostly from your videos. Keep up the inspiration!

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