You bet. I like the other place too, but gravitate towards b&b due to the more renegade / free-thinking aspects. Hate to see folks get the wrong impression. Lynn and crew have helped a great deal in many ways to many of us. Takes all kinds.
As if I didn't already have enough to be grateful for from you (Thank you BTW for all your wonderfully helpful posts), but now this! LOL Lovin' it!
Atta boy! I've got about 3 under my belt. What's the minimum limit? LOLI have only honed 8 razors but have a massive ego can someone put me on the honemeister list?
The OP asked a simple question.Is Lynn Abrams still the best Honemeister...
Yup... No magic required.when it all boils down 90% of us can make an edge just as sweet and sharp.....
tell my paypal that....Yup... No magic required.
Just $300 in stones, or $30 in lapping film and a lot of patience.
In the long run, the stones are cheaper.... just like in the long run straight razor shaving is cheaper than the Mach-III (yeahhhh.... riiiiiight it's cheaper..........)
I wish I could work out a way of creating a straight razor version of You Got Served, where one group of honemiesters could challenge another group to a dance off. Then it would be AWN! and the winner gets to hone the OP's razor.
That would be sweet.
Well heck... Gold Dollars are only $8 shipped.I guess the catch is that he may only have one razor...hmmm....And he would be trusting Le Grelots to strangers and the Shipping company. Maybe too risky for his taste. Oh well, might be fun.
"I'm sorry Mr. Smythe, but the time has come for you to breadknife your edge."You would have to come up with some kind of catch phrase for the losers of the contest. Like Survivors extinguishing their Tiki torches and the Weakest Links "You are the weakest link" etc.
Is he the best?..... well as I have not had the pleasure of trying everyones honed razors, I will leave that question to those who have....if they exist at all.Is Lynn Abrams still the best Honemeister and does he still provide a honing service ?