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    Default Wade & Butcher, De Pews, both in Honey Horn

    Wade & Butcher was re-ground, 8" contact wheel. Diamond spine was carefully reground as well, all lines are nice and crisp on the final product. Wedge is black G-10 lined faux ivory








    De Pews, had to leave a lot of pitting so that etches and marks weren't compromised.








    Hope everyone's week is going well!!!

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    Phenominal job! I especially love to tang on the De Pews and how to were able to save to etching.

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    Nice work! Very tastefully done!
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    Very nice work indeed, scale work and wedges, very classy!

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    Holy jumpin' catfish !!....That is beautiful work Sir

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    Very nicely done once again Brad! Your work always impresses

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    Those razors fully grabbed my attention! Absolutely fabulous workmanship and design! Thank you!
    ~Richard

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    Very nice work. The honey horn is really looking good on those. Got to love the tail on that one razor tho...pretty sweet.

    Awesome Job!

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    The scales are quite amazing. I especially like the Wade's. I'd be curious to see it closed, just to see, through the light horn, and the edge lines up with the scales' contour.

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    Brad those are two beautiful razors, but the needle on the RAD meter went full circle and fell of when I saw that De Pews. My "RAD"ar has new target I need one of those!
    Aloha,

    ED

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