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    Default W&B, Torrey, AMS Silver Steel Regrind

    First up is a W&B. The blade was pretty rough, looked like someone took a wire wheel to it. Ick. I did what I could while still saving the etch. Couple stacked SS washers. Wedge is black horn+G-10 lining.






    Next one here is actually a gift for my Dad. A late fathers day gift. Over the last few years, I've never had a definite yes from him but I think he is willing to give the whole thing a shot. This is a darn good way to start out! Hopefully he ends up taking up wetshaving! Silver twill G-10 + Orange G-10 + black G-10 liners on the wedge (bumps the contrast between the grey G-10 and orange wedge.






    I made him a strop and put together a little kit for him!! I'm giving it to him this coming Saturday!!




    Last one is a regrind. Green, black, and gray G-10. The razor is an AMS Silver Steel Sheffield. Kicking myself for losing the "before" pic...doh




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    Str8Shooter and RDM2 like this.

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    Absolutely beautiful work. I'll bet dad is going to be very impressed.

    Super job man, your skills always make me envious.

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    Great work! These razors are better than at the time of production.

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    Your dad is a lucky man! that is a very nice fathers day gift late or not. Nice work, I like what you do.
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    Always as pleasure to look at your work Brad. Amazing!

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    Nice work! I must say your dad kit is a nice touch!

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    love that silver twill!

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    Great work as usual. Nice gift for your Dad, I'm sure he will appreciate the hard work and thought.

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    Brad, your work is, as always, inspirational.
    The one for your Dad is a beauty, I'm sure he'll love it.
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