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    Brad Maggard Undream's Avatar
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    Default Rangoon, Wade & Butcher, W. Greaves in Horn

    This weekends batch... really nice razors I got to rescale here, always a pleasure!

    The greaves' cutting edge is 3 3/8" long. Just insanely long...huge tang..

    double-pinned wedges were requested, as were the stacked washers..and the scale shapes too.

    The wedges are all unbleached cow bone, which I cut down from cow knuckle bones I buy at the pet shop.

    Two got brass lined wedges, and one got silver lined wedges







    The Rangoon was in pretty rough shape..some nasty pitting when I got it.





    I re-worked the point and it got a 45 min session of greaseless and polishing compounds.




    Hope you guys enjoy!
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    sweet brad! Besides the awesome work, I was really glad to see the rangoon. So far, this is the 2nd I've seen (including mine) and I've been looking to see another pop up.

    Stellar work though Brad.

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    Looks great, and I love the lined bone wedges! Nice razor porn too.

    What does the frosted etching on the W&B say?

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    Very nice work! Very clean and pleasing to the eye.

    Richard

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    Nice work Brad. I love the wedge ends on the Greaves and the W&B. The lined cow bone and double pins are just spectacular.
    "I aint like that no more...my wife, she cured me of drinking and wickedness"
    Clint Eastwood as William Munny in Unforgiven

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    congrats!
    beautiful razors. Well done!

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    Beautiful lines all round Brad.

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    +1 for all the above
    great work i hope one day i can send you something woth restoring

    ian

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    +1 - As always, incredible results from a master!

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    Great work Brad!

    They look brilliant! Those horn scales are lovely.

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