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    Strikes 2-3 with two different kamisoris. God I wish I could find someone close that could show me what I'm doing wrong

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    There is a fairly large ground in CA, check for members in your area. Most will be happy to help
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    Where are you located in KommieLand?

    Alternatively, do you have the skills to make a video of you shaving yourself?
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    Oh, and please don't give up. We can help you sort this out if you stick with it.

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    You haven't put in the time yet, maybe list where you are instead of kommieland, There are plenty of experienced guys in California, but without patience and some decent coordination you won't succeed. Slow down and search for mentors, if your wanting help you got to be willing to search for it, starting by letting these guys know where you are. Tc
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    I use both and I prefer the straight razors. Much more comfortable shave with less irritation. The straight razor needs to be properly honed and stropped to get the best results.

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