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Lowpuller

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Found this clean out some of my Dad's old stuff.

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How often did he suffer through with a dull blade, saving the new sharp one for later?
 

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Ah yes - the 30 cent packs of 5 blades. I remember those!
 

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Crap- I guess I'm old too. Still have a bunch.
 

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Same here....lol left over from my Guillow's balsa WW1 airplane days [1960's]

Had to layout plans on balsa sheets, trace the parts, then cut them out with X-acto & assemble
 

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Took me awhile to burn through. I used an ultrafine black stone to keep an edge on the 11 blades and a barber gave me a Swaty stone I use to touch up. As long as the edge doesn't chip, takes awhile to use up the 11 blades. Kurt
 
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