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    I ordered the RazoRock Game Changer .84-P
    Bob's been driving me crazy with his 95OC so I figured I needed to step up. My only RR is the Gold Aluminum one. Its a great shaver and I like how the blade tabs are covered. Plus I figured if I bought the 95SB base plate later I could have two razors in one.
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    Well, a lot of you guys including Outback, celticcrusader and gssixgun said the Chosera was The bevel setter to have.

    I will only ever need one so what can I say, I caved - arriving tomorrow.

    Had is getting expensive, I'll have to hide my two naniwa 1k superstones and my Norton 1k in the workshop so swmbo doesn't realise what i just did.

    Now I will have to decide which edge to kill so I can take it for a test drive.

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    You went all out and got the one on the stand plus the turd. Congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by STF View Post
    I will only ever need one so what can I say, I caved - arriving tomorrow.
    Sounds kind of Irish after saying you already have 3 other bevel setters. Unusual too as the stand usually is supplied with the thin version of the hone. I'm sure you will be happy your purchase and you can flog the other 3 to get some of the coin back too.

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    Many, many enablers on here..
    We have broad shoulders so,,, blame on..
    Hehehe.
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    I got Two Vintage Safety razors in the mail today. Both in Beautiful shape. Hard to find them this clean.

    Schick Krona w/ short metal knob (1966)

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    And, Gem Micromatic Clug Proof (First Gen. 1940)

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    That is one nice thing about the nortons all having a similar blue box. 10 hones they would all look the same.

    Does the chosera fit into a norton box??????????????

    Just thinking out loud again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STF View Post
    I'll have to hide my two naniwa 1k superstones and my Norton 1k in the workshop so swmbo doesn't realise what i just did.


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    Iron by iron is sharpened, And a man sharpens the face of his friend. PR 27:17

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulFLUS View Post
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    Been my bevel setter for years….you won’t have buyers remorse

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    I was about to order some Blue Magic Metal Polish, it's quite expensive here in Canada ($28 Can). Glen swears by it so I need it, but wouldn't you know it. I was looking in my workshop and I found some, I had no idea I already had it, RESULT!

    I still needed a few other things though. Got them coming either tomorrow or Sunday.

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    20-Piece Sanding Drum Kit for Drill Presses and Power Drills.
    Includes two 80-grit sanding sleeves and two 120-grit sanding sleeves in each size
    Four sanding drums measure in at 1/2-by-1/2 inch, 1-by-3/4-Inch, 1-by-1-inch, and 1-1/2-by-2-inch

    Goes up into my pillar drill setup, Outback uses it so I need it too

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    tap tap, has to be better than the dirty ol built in anvil on my vice eh.

    Now I think I have everything I need to learn how to perfom some miracles
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