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I have a few bone scales, haven’t put anything on them. I do keep all my razors in silicone sleeves. Any oil will seep in and discolor the color,...
Safest way to unpin is to drill out the pin.
I file the mushroom flat, then drill out the pin.
Pinning use a small hammer to create the...
Polish them before you remove them (trust me)
You can remove the wedge pin, soak in acetone and they will easily lift off
I would say the bolster and name.
If you want to use tape on the spine, I would measure first the spine and where the edge will end up and see what your angle is. If the angle is...
The only way to remove those scales is to drill them out, do not try to use flush cutters or drive a punch through. You might get away with...
Ivory it is
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I would say yes, but they can be thin bone as well.
A clean up of them and close inspection should clear it up.
Ivory has Schreger lines, they...
From Bill I believe
That is correct
With one layer of super 88 tape it would bring you to 18.2
Not horrible actually
Measure the bevel angle where the new bevel would be, if it is in the reasonable range then I would remove the chip. If after removal of the chip...
I use a 1/16 drill bit
Correct, we are talking about 0.5mm each way here, the small washers should still completely cover the holes.
Those are horn, not bone
You can unpin and slightly widen the pivot holes-the show scale widen towards the rear, the back side scale towards the...
I think as long as the scales aren't too bulky or heavy it really doesn't matter
I have honed a few TIs with the metal scales, and they are heavy.