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    Quote Originally Posted by clamup1 View Post
    I have small scratches on my jaw line from my razor taking a bite. I tell people that I got to to a fight with my razor.
    Voidmonster can I steal your last line. That's a great line?
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    Ok so I was shaving today and got a cut, not wide but deep. It gushed I had to fight it with my hot shaving towel a styptic pencil AND toilet paper. It don't look like much in the pic but it was one of those that stung and I said to myself "this is not gonna be a good shave" and then it didn't bleed for ten seconds. once it did though it was a fight.
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    I learned the other day that even a round point can get your ear if your not careful. No picture, but it was one of those that didnt bleed right away but luckily, I got it stopped within a minute or so.

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    Not related to shaving, but I was sanding the rust an tarnish off of a Rodgers and sons blade and in my laziness I didn't secure it on a bench... This is the result. Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1363685719.178649.jpg
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    2 closure strips and quite a lot of blood... Lesson learned. But the blade cleaned up nicely!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RMarsh View Post
    But the blade cleaned up nicely!
    thats all that matters ...lol..
    i sliced a finger doin the same , i think my finger nail was the only deterrent from loss of limb , or tip of ...lol

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    Anyone else use protection like this;

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    From left to right, stainless steel chain mail, Kevlar, Kevlar with Titanium wire woven in.
    Hur Svenska stålet biter kom låt oss pröfva på.

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    From left to right, stainless steel chain mail, Kevlar, Kevlar with Titanium wire woven in.[/QUOTE]

    Oh my! Those are some serious gloves!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemur View Post
    Anyone else use protection like this;

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    From left to right, stainless steel chain mail, Kevlar, Kevlar with Titanium wire woven in.
    This was the first time I've tried to clean up an eBay find, looks like I need to be more prepared next time... Are those the gloves from a shark suit??

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    Those crazy shark divers use something else, none of these are really good against teeth.
    I've used them inside my D3A gloves, kind of suprices people when they pull out a knife and you immediately grip the blade and either break it or pull it out of their hand.
    Now days they serve as hand protection when polishing and such, feels better to know the few fingers I've got left will stay on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemur View Post
    Those crazy shark divers use something else, none of these are really good against teeth.
    I've used them inside my D3A gloves, kind of suprices people when they pull out a knife and you immediately grip the blade and either break it or pull it out of their hand.
    Now days they serve as hand protection when polishing and such, feels better to know the few fingers I've got left will stay on.
    which one did you grab the knife with?

    im forever getting cuts on hand because of crap company issue gloves

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