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    Default Kama Score

    I picked this one up cheap because it had a small frown to it which I already took most of it out. The blade still needs some work. Rather than bread knifing it, I was dragging it at about a 45 degree angle both ways opposite of bread knifing but on my DMT 325 diamond stone. It worked good & fast! Once I finish working that blade a little more, I'll hone it up & it should be a good shaver!
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    Nice score. I've read alot of good things about Kama razors and have put them on the list of razors I want to try. The list just keeps getting bigger and bigger. I guess in all actuality the list pretty much consists of any vintage razor that is older than me and some younger. OK all razors for the most part.
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    Nice score. Looks like a great blade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolodave View Post
    Nice score. Looks like a great blade.
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    Thank you very much!

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    Engine,

    Kama is a fine Solingen razor of bygone years. I have a new old stock 6/8 with the original red scales and love it. The razor takes a good edge. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obie View Post
    Engine,

    Kama is a fine Solingen razor of bygone years. I have a new old stock 6/8 with the original red scales and love it. The razor takes a good edge. Well done.
    Thank You very much Obie!

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