I was looking at some Eversharp Schick ads from 1946 and a recurring slogan caught my attention: "The razor demanded by 7 out of every 10 men in service!" I'm curious about a few things. First, by "in service" did they mean soldiers in the then-recent war? Second, if Schick Injector razors represented 70% of any kind of market then why weren't they more of a dominant force in the overall shaving industry? It seems like that should have easily put Gillette on the ropes. Obviously, I'm missing something but I'm not sure what.