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    Default The French Foreign Laceration

    I looked through the razor clubs and didnt see one for the Thiers-Issard's. Whats up with that? I, and probably countless others depend on these clubs to see whats out there and to live though other people's good fortune's. We NEED these clubs!
    However I do not yet own a TI so I really cant start the club...

    So, I'll let the guy who actually starts the TI group decide, on a name, I just wanted to throw my $.02 in.

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    "Les belles Françaises" ?

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    Is that "The beautiful Frenchies?"

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    TI's are a lot like 1911 pistols,not worth a S*** out of the box,but make pretty nice customs with a little(some a lot)of rework
    Greetings from sunny Belize where the fishing is great,come on down still plenty of room on the boat.Best regards gary
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    Is that "The beautiful Frenchies?"
    That's correct

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    Still no pics here Guys??????

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    This are my frenchies...

    Thiers Issard 5/8 "Évidé Sonnat Extra"

    Thiers Issard 6/8 "Le Grelot"

    Some specs...


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    I have a Thiers Issard. Don't know the exact name and model number or the length for that matter. But i can post a picture because i bought it on Artofshaving.com
    Here it is..
    As you can tell I am new to the sport of straight razor shaving. And I have the scars to prove it. Bought a honing stone(yellow couticle) figured can't do to much damage with something that will hone slowly. But as i have read above "outta the box they ain't worth a damn" seems tru to me. As i hone my skills on honing, it seems this razor is becoming better and better. Also as a beginer seem very comfortable to hold with it's weight being on the heavy side. Helps me to slow down and keeps me from lopping off an ear. Figured when purchasing the thought of something really light would cause me to rush and my face would endure the brunt of the mistakes.

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    I've got a few TI's....and love them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iron maiden View Post
    I've got a few TI's....and love them all.
    Feel free to post some pics, we'd love to see them...

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