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    Senior Member KristofferBodvin's Avatar
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    Default My WOW shaver back in rotation.

    When I started with straightrazors, it had a lot to do with Lynns dvd. I remember him talking about a razor called " Gold Bug" , after that I tried for awhile to get one at ebay. They were very hard to come by in good condition, but finally I managed to score! This razor has been stored for about a year now without being used. Mainly because I have been shaving a lot with DE, but recently I went back to straights. I desided to shave with this gem today, and took my time stropping it on horsehide. It was just an amazing shave! This is by far the best edge I have ever put on a blade!
    If these babies is still possible to get by, just buy it! You wount regret.



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    aka shooter74743 ScottGoodman's Avatar
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    Yes, they are good shavers...but there are soooooo many more out there that are great shavers too. A lot of the time it's the edge that was put on a razor that makes us think that one razor is superior to another.
    Southeastern Oklahoma/Northeastern Texas helper. Please don't hesitate to contact me.
    Thank you and God Bless, Scott

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    You are right, there are many sweet razors out there. But when you have been honing for a while, and is comfortable with your work, you notice differences. Ive honed many different razors, but this particular one gets a really really good edge. It also help to have a nakayama hone


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