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    Default Well trained spy's

    I typically work most Saturdays, so I've taken the time to train a couple of my shave gear spy's, on what to look for when it comes to razzers in the wilds.
    Then send them out hunting with a set limit of cash for the game. Calls are made when interesting finds are found, that are required more cash than allowed, per razzer. Today was one of those days, but only went over budget by $20. Plus dinner for my spy's.
    Here's what my spy's ( brother and his girlfriend ) got me, while I was at work.


    Left row, top - bottom
    Geneva cutlery Co.
    Gullatt Razor Co. Atlanta Georgia.
    133 Red Imp.
    Joseph Allen & Son NON-XLL.
    T. Monsour & Sons, New York. German made.

    Right row, top - bottom
    Extra hollow ground , Sheffield. Decorative spine.
    13/16 shoulder less Wade & Butcher.
    R. Herder Abr. Sohn. Covered tang.
    MJ Higgins.
    Imperial Razor, Navy cruiser New York etching


    Brushes, top - bottom
    Hlenzo
    Ever-Ready

    Mike

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    Nice score, Outback!
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    Oh maaaan, I wish I had some hunters..... That's a nice score

    I saw a shoulderless Wade&Butcher and got all excited, until I saw chips so big, it'd put Lay's to shame.
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    Nice work razor spy's! Ive only found five very rusty things that once resembled a razor in the wild.
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    Fantastic! I wish I could find me some spys. That's great, man, love to see a nice big pile from the wilds!
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    Wowwww man!!! Kuddos to the spys and their teacher!!!

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    You trained them well my friend

    Great score right there no doubt
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    What a cool find Mike.
    Hat's off to the spies.
    You bes have bought them drinks with dinner for this one.
    Commence the restoration fun.

    Pete <:-}
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    Wow, nice job from the spies!
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    Very cool. Great score!
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    Jerry...

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