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    There are two names that come to mind. Both have done several threads about them, so by saying chevhead and 10pups it will not surprise anyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RezDog View Post
    There are two names that come to mind. Both have done several threads about them, so by saying chevhead and 10pups it will surprise anyone.
    That's Correct
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    Thanks for the props guys.
    I appreciate it. 👍
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    Even with the rotting scales, that is still a nice find for $10! I have two of those, they are nice shavers

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    Chevhead...sent you a PM.
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    Got it!

    What does the other side look like?

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    For the fun of it, I cleaned up the blade a bit and set a nice bevel on it. Then I moved over to my coti and went through the unicot method with it. I had about 5 days of growth and gave it a go. Wow, it cut through that hair like butter. This is my first wedge, so I wasn't sure what to expect. There was less feedback than I'm used to, but it left with a perfectly smooth 3 pass shave. The Pinaud follow up didn't even burn. This is one nice blade!
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