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    That is excellent news

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    That is the good stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    That is the good stuff!
    Yes, it really is. I have a Neil Miller strop with the flax linen/English linen and would not want another strop without it.

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    Default Holiday Delivery Schedule & Beginner Strops

    The holidays are coming up fast and I just wanted to give some schedule updates on my last ordering and mailing dates if you want a Christmas delivery.

    Last day to order for "expected" Christmas delivery in the contiguous USA is Dec. 19th, for Alaska & Hawaii is Dec. 17th. International orders (Canada, Europe, Australia) should be in by Dec. 12th and any other countries by Dec. 5th.

    I do still have a good supply of both Horsehides and my Steerhide but sometimes these go really fast near the Holidays.

    Looking for a good value strop for a beginner or just a tight budget? My "Plain" strops might be just what you need. Steerhide and two different tannages of Horsehide, D-ring grips and cotton second components in either 2 1/2" or 3" widths for just $50
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