Thank you Gary.
Well, it's been a while since I posted last in this thread so here goes:
1941 Gillette Ranger Tech
Stirling Gentleman soap
Like Gary said, soak it in soapy water. I use an old insulated coffee cup and fill it up with as hot water as the tap will make. I have that same...
Well, for the last couple of weeks, I've been using these 2 razors, Feather blades and various Stirling soaps and splashes. I really like the...
Got an email today at 4:00pm that the 2020 Spring and Summer release has been, well, released from Stirling.
Thank you Gary.
Thank you very much.
I picked these up off of the bay:
1941 Ranger Tech - It came in .50 under my price limit after shipping cost was added. It cleaned up pretty good...
Maybe the cold weather :Animatedfrozensmily:is having a adverse .........Na that can't be it.
Couldn't use it. I can't see inside with my sunglasses on. :cool: That's a fine set-up.
A Slim with that blade is very hard to beat. That's my go-to set up when I've had a couple of so so shaves with other razors. Use it 1 time and...
This may be the best picture yet Gary. Are the cars you have in your pictures die-cast or plastic?
LOL. Mine is exactly opposite of what you have. On the tag and basket weave pattern.
I'm thinking it's a cool handle and would add a touch of class to any razor you decided to use it on. Plus, it's over 100+ years old. I have a...
This is what I found about the date code:
Old Type Serial Numbers
The Montreal plant began low-volume production ca. 1906-04-??, increasing...
I don't know what year the tag on the inside had made in the USA on it but the first one I found is on a 1921? The research is the fun part of...
The case looks similar to the 1912 pocket edition. It's the only smooth case I've found so far.
That could be what happened. I've got a pocket set with the basket weave on it. Maybe you could compare the Canadian head with the one on MrRazor...
From what I can tell, the handle looks like a 1917 Service Set from Canada. On Mr.Razor
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