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    Meh...I'm not really all that impressed.

    I wouldn't pay a dollar more for that than I would for a Joe Chandler, Josh Earl, Robert Williams, or some of the other rather lofty company you know find yourself in!! (I hope this comparison shows that the "I'm not that impressed line was meant in jest)

    I've shaved with a few of your blades (restore/customs) and now own one as well. I would be honored to have one of your full customs in my collection/rotation...whether I have a say in the design or now. If you follow the Ellis framework, can I get on the list to get on your waiting list now?
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    Great job Alex. Looking forward to more of your work!!

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    Looks good.

    But I am a 45 long colt fan

    good work

    Crom

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    Nice! impessive
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    Default Better Pictures (and nice razor)

    A great looking razor.

    To get the pictures you want, do some research on a "light tent" or a "photographic tent". They will give you the even light you need with out the shadows or bright spots that can make it hard to get good photos. Good luck. (and again, love the razor)

    Stick.

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    Great work. I particularly like the blade shape and tang. I'll bet this razor would feel quit comfortable in the hand with that thumb notch and sweep to the tail.

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    Whoa! That's the big gun in the firing squad!
    That razor speaks military all the way!
    Great job!
    Randolph Tuttle, a SRP Mentor for residents of Minnesota & western Wisconsin

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