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    I made an order of hardware and found because the price was so cheap I'll make it a double order. Now that I got them in my hands I'm thinking why??? I think i've used about 6 at one time in the past so this many...

    So, If you are in need of these or just want a few extras, I figure the newbies to restoration would need them but the old timers probably have plenty. But I'm not limiting this to anything beside Cont U.S. (sorry to all you guy outside the U.S.), Send me a PM with your mailing address and I'll get 8 of each out to you a soon as I can. I figure in a standard envelope should be good enough so postage will only cost me a stamp.

    This is at no charge to you!

    BTW, I checked with a few moderators on if this was OK to do. Don't like breaking the rules.
    I'm not looking for donations and/or anything in return. Just want to share what I have way too many of. BTW, These are the 0-80, 3/4", Stainless bolts and brass washers. See the pic. And I know, I put 9 bolts in the pic. But you will get 8 of each. Enough to mock up 4 razors, unless your one of those guys that puts the third pin in. Ha.

    Thank you to this forum and to all of you who ave helped me to learn and make the curve to this hobby a little straighter!
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    I'll post up when I think I have given away enough and still have enough for myself but I'm thinking I'll have enough to send out to 15 to 20 folks.
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    If Jerry runs out I have about 50 extra sets and I would be happy to part with a few if other forum members are trying to get into restoring/creating thier own razors
    (as stated earlier, conditional to forum rules and restrictions)

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    That's a nice way to pay it forward, Jerry!
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    I look at it this way, I'f someone is out to get freebies from folks, they aint getting much from me. And unless you are restoring straight razors, you would have no use for these. Plus, you cant try to resell and make money on them. Ha. The cost of shipping/mailing them is more than what they cost!

    And to you guys that have been restoring for a while, be sure to check your stock. The carpet monster loves to eat this stuff.
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    Only 7 set of 8 taken so far. I know you guys need these so do be shy.
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    PM sent! I'm working my way through my first restoration. Blades have been cleaned and scales are going through the sanding grits toward polishing, so I'm about to peening and this would be super handy for mock-up! I'll be sure to post pictures as the work progresses with the end goal being something that looks like a fully restored razor!
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    That is a nice gesture! Those micro fasteners are the best for doing a nice mock up

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    Thanks Jerry--they'll come in handy when I get ready to mock these up with a W&B. This is one great community!Name:  Scales in Progress--Straight Razor Restoration - 7.jpg
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    As of this morning, everyone who requested has been taken care of. There all in the mail gentlemen. I still have plenty more if your wanting.some so just send me a PM. It feels good to give!
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    Thanks for the forthcoming fasteners jerry, very nice of you to share with all of us.

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