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    Default WOWSERS!

    Well I shaved with this today..

    All I can say is W O W

    This thing shaves like a DREAM!
    Like a hot knife through butter.

    I am IMPRESSED with the Ducks!


    I can see myself going BROKE getting these now...

    CONTROL YOUR RAD ED.... CONTROL IT!
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    Razor looks awesome.. How did u straighten the scales?.
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    Very nice job with the restore. Looks awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airportcopper View Post
    Razor looks awesome.. How did u straighten the scales?.
    I used a heat gun and the flat metal base of my scroll saw :Craftsman 16"¯Variable Speed Scroll Saw: Saw Through It All with Sears top model)
    to lay them on to straighten them and cool them at the same time. (It is COOL here at night now)

    Held them in my hand with my finger behind them while heating.
    Heat gun was about 12-18" away
    If it got hot on my finger I moved it away a bit.

    When they felt "warm enough" I just placed them on the metal and pushed down and let them "cool" there for about a minute.
    Whole process took MAYBE 15-20 minutes.

    I think I really LUCKED out doing them.
    I have heard HORROR stories about straightening them....

    After a couple of back and forth , they turned out REALLY NICE!
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    Fastidious, clean work. I like it. Thanks for shearing!
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