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    Made some new scales for my dubl duck blade.
    These scales turned out better than my first ones - My first restoration Thanks to all for the input and advice.

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    Looks nice and classy! What is the material? Looks pearly!

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    watch out for duck hunters
    nice work
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    to shave another day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    Looks nice and classy! What is the material? Looks pearly!
    Thanks, it's Kirinite - Antique Pearl. The pictures do not do it justice, in person it is very beautiful. it is off-white and very pearly. I did a second set of scales with the same material, here are the pix of that one, they may show the color better.Name:  IMG_6181 (1024x683).jpg
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    Great job! I like the way they came out, you did really good on that razor! A job well done.

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    Thanks, I'm pretty happy how these one's turned out, they are a little better than my first set so I think I am headed in the right direction.

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