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    Her are my two homemade framebacks. The one with the oak handle was the trail run or prototype before taking time to make a more refined razor. The screws in the black one have been replaced with button head torx screws.

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    thats really gorgeous!!!! If you ever want to sell that black one just drop me a pm. Excellent work!!!
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    Beautiful work!

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    beautiful work ,can I be so bold as to ask how you cut the slot for the blade in the frame ,as I said before ,beautiful work
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    They are indeed beautiful. I especially like the shape of the first one with the black handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bg42 View Post
    ,can I be so bold as to ask how you cut the slot for the blade in the framer
    I used an air powered die grinder and an abraisive cut off wheel. This thread has pctures http://www.straightrazorplace.com/fo...le-blades.html The thickness of the dremel brand reinforced cut off wheel is very close that of the old diston saw that I cut up to get the blade material.

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    Sorry for being a dolt and not posting thisin the The FrameBack Fanciers section.

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    fantastic razors, i like them a lot

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    You can buy Charlie's razors now. Well, you can if you're quick! Check here from time to time & you might get lucky.

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    thanks for the info,

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