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    Default Clouds in Bone

    7/8 Bellied Full Hollow
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    Lots of clearance in the scales for that grind!
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    I like it!
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    Victor, I think you have found another niche with the bone scales...
    Absolutely beautiful combination.

    Pete <:-}
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    Wow! That's a wild design, I like it too.
    I've never shaved with one like that. Actually just vintage, someday I'll have to try one out.
    Is it a subtle or big change in shave experience?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeT View Post
    Wow! That's a wild design, I like it too.
    I've never shaved with one like that. Actually just vintage, someday I'll have to try one out.
    Is it a subtle or big change in shave experience?
    Very subtle difference from full hollow.
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    Beautiful-What is that beautiful wedge made from? Love that blade design and grind too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoutHikerDad View Post
    Beautiful-What is that beautiful wedge made from? Love that blade design and grind too!
    The wedge is a piece of Kirinite. My wife picked it.
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    Beautiful Vic.
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    If I had not just spent $$$ on one of Victor's razors just a couple of months ago, I would be tempted. I love the San Mai pattern blade and the bone scales are spectacular. Maybe next Christmas?

    Vic is a great craftsman and having artistic help from his wife does not hurt, either. Another great job, Vic.
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