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    Default New Dubl Duck Goldedge

    This one is in near mint condition. The only exception is the pivot pin is a little loose. I will use my 4.75 oz. hammer and jewlers anvil to try and tighten it up. I will be careful because of the reading I've done here on SRP, and one of Glen's videos, I believe these scales are very easy to crack when pinning/tightening.
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    Beautiful, mint razor - speak nicely to it, give it a bath in Holy Water or an exorcism, and pray that the uber thin, extra hollow grind of that blade doesn't slice the side of your face off...I only let mine out once a year!

    Congrats...I think...



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    Keep it cool and dry :<0) That is a very nice Duck. If you use it be careful with the gold. It wears with normal use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10Pups View Post
    Keep it cool and dry :<0) That is a very nice Duck. If you use it be careful with the gold. It wears with normal use.
    Good point, and blood seems to affect the goldwash as well....

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    Yep Purdy!
    I'm with Frank! I have 4 Ducks each see the light of day once a year.
    Each time I use them I have to be careful. Ducks will bite.
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    You guys are being silly!
    I use my ducks all the time.
    They just need to be talked to nicely...

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    Super looking Duck, congrats.
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    Now that is a quacker jack er I mean cracker jack of a DD razor. Congrats, would be hard to find a nicer one.

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    Very very nice! Congrats
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    Damn it Dave, you're moving' on up! That's a very nice duck ya got there..........................Great score!!!!!!!!!
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