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    Default W&B re-scaled in Horn Acrylic

    This was just a quick re-scale for our very own BoxerDad on a nice W&B

    Went with a flared wedge end and the Horn Acrylic with stacked brass washers added a third pin by request


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    looks awesome.
    I like the french point much better than their spike or barber's notch
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    Very Very Stylish. The scales are beautiful, I really like the material, and a very good looking blade. Awesome work.
    Got any pics of the wedge?
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    Nice! I really like that acrylic. It seems really organic for a synthetic material. Super-cool!!

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    Looks great Glen! That acrylic is very convincing horn! Great job.

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    Beautiful

    Thank you Glen

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    Lovely work as always from you Sir Glen
    and I agree that Acrylic Horn looks like Horn, did the blade have any etching?
    Sorry I see it was just a quick rescale..

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    Classy, as always, Glenn.

    What is a "flared wedge"?

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    Nice, simple, and very clean looking. Well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seraphim View Post
    Classy, as always, Glenn.

    What is a "flared wedge"?

    Nothing special, see the way the wedge end sorta flares out like a DD WE or GE some of the Robesons had that look too...
    One of my personal favorite looks on razors, I also like the TI points,,, but heck that is just me....

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