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    How thick is that material, Jerry?
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    I didnt measure it but it looked just rght so i didnt mess wih the thickness. Guessing 0.080 or a touch more.
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    Looks like 0.1 to me.
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    Nice, reminds me of a guitar pickguard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JP5 View Post
    Nice, reminds me of a guitar pickguard.
    It should!
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    A couple of Razorock handles sans original synthetic knots. Drilled, bored for 24mm 2-Bands.
    Knots after a 15 minute Oxyclean soak. Waiting for the bloom to dry!

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    I think I’ve seen that table before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tintin View Post
    I should!


    Brush handles look good Tom. Had a guy agree to sell me a Rubberset from a lot a while back. He sold it to someone else though before I had a chance to pay for it.

    Had a chance to a use Razorock Plissoft brush recently and really liked it. I'll probably get one for myself eventually.
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    I found that old brush i post a couple weeks ago with the long handle. The handle is a little thin but i really like the shape. I will have to try to find more with that long andled shape.

    Hose look nice Tom.
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    I had enough for another set out of the English Walnut blank I did my last rescale on, and thought it would look nice with this Joseph Allen and Sons NON XLL that I got on Ebay. It has a decent satin finish on it, though there are some pretty deep scratches on both sides. The blade face stamp is pretty faint, and I'm afraid that if I start sanding, I'm going to lose a lot of it. Subscribing to the dictum "First, do no harm," I'm thinking about just scaling it as is. After all, if I try to polish it, I'm going to have some nicely-polished scratches.
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    It actually looks quite nice as is-whaddya think?
    There are many roads to sharp.

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