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    Straightened up pretty nice...

    Light restore done, now on to the hones

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    Another one back to shaving

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    Nice work, Glen!
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    Lovely work Glen.

    I have a similar warping issue with one the scales of my C-Mon. Fortunately, it doesn't interfere with closing the blade.
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    Ya, My Cmon Stainless. Same type scales.
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    Glen, your work is truly amazing! I can't believe you were able to straighten out those scales! Beautiful work.

    I can't wait to get her shaving. Thank you so much. It's been a pleasure!
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    Well done, sir.
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    Wonderful job.
    Thank You for going through the process.

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    great work brother! i actually came across a blade with a pin that looked like that, i was wondering how in the hell it happened... so its from pounding on the pin too hard on the original restore or from someone trying to tighten the pin?

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