........there are billions out there. Here are three examples: [vbpg]826[/vbpg] A beautiful 1937 butterschotch handle Schick, a 1960's J1 Schick and a PAL injector, date unknown. Many of these razors look good but may be past their prime. [vbpg]827[/vbpg] Here I've started to open up the Schick lever, I've covered the pliers with tape to help prevent damage. Be careful, the metal may be brittle. [vbpg]828[/vbpg] Here's the inside, rust and gunk, this is after an electrostaic cleaning. Time for a toothrush and elbow grease. This razor also is loose, it doesn't hold the blade tight so I'll tighten it up a little. This adjustment won't last forever, the metal seems to have a memory and loosens again. The newer off-brand blade injectors aren't much help either after you wrestle the blade in place. [vbpg]829[/vbpg] This J1 is in pretty good shape and doesn't need to be "hammered". [vbpg]831[/vbpg] The PAL is the worst of the lot and the adjustment needed won't last long, this one is easy to get too tight. [vbpg]830[/vbpg] Injectors are good razors if you get a good one. I know several of you shave with one and enjoy using them. I thought it might be a good time to start a thread with tips and tricks or the injector you like best.