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    Default Triple Lined Wedge

    Finished customizing this Rodgers 8/8ths today.

    I gave it that extra modern bit of bling , a triple lined wedge

    The scales/Wedge are rosewood..

    It doesn't have an edge on it yet so I shouldn't count my chickens.

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    Beautifully done. I really like your choice of wood for the razor. Distinguished and old looking.
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    Great looking wedge! nicely tapered.
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    The “mass” of the wood scales complements the size of the blade and tang.
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    Very nice, very original and unique. You must have the patience of Job himself. :
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    Many Thanks
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    Beautifully done!! The pinning job is amazing!!
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    daaaaamn. well played sir. well played. very impressive. i never thought of a triple. prob took as long just to create that wedge as it did the whole set of scales. =P

    i havent made any lined wedges for a while. now you got me thinking again.
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    Very nicely done. And i agree, i bet the wedge took as long to make as the scales thenselves. Still, it all a hobby and time dont count. Its the fun and outcome. Congrads on a nice job.
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    Thats a sweet looking wedge, congrats on a job well done.
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