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I purchased a Taurus PT 1911 when I got back from Iraq and I loved it, shot it a ton and carried it concealed for a few years before trading it in for a 9mm XD-M to save on ammo. Don't overlook the Taurus, it was loaded with features, competition trigger, Match barrel, polished feed ramp, night...
I can get 3 or 4 good shaves, but mostly just go 2 and switch to a new blade. But Friday's are always a new blade to enjoy after a work week. I don't feel bad changing out quick at the price of one. Just go with it and see over time if it improves. I wouldn't stress over it
I picked it up last week at a local grocery store (giant food) for $3.29. Bought it just because it said to use a brush. I loved it. Modern smell, I pair it with gillette cool wave aftershave, great slickness. At the price point I think I will always have it in my rotations
I've been DE shaving for over 7 months, been the same joy since day 1 for me. I love that there is skill involved, angles, multiple passes. I shave after my day, a great wind down. My choice has nothing to do with getting the closest or fastest shave, it's all about the ride.
I love to keep my razors shiny and bright so after each shave I rinse the razor, remove the blade, spray with scrubbing bubbles then let it sit in the bubbles as I brush my teeth, rinse off again and put in the stand. Keeps them all looking new and clean. I can't imagine letting such fine...
I do a 4 pass but have only gotten a true BBS one or two times, I don't try for it. I use TOBS Mr Taylor and it has a great scent, you might have some old stock that lost some scent. The technique is something you have to find yourself, I'd recommend shaving in a quite room and listen for the...