#1

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(This post was last modified: 12-21-2023, 07:28 PM by draebeard.)
Blackland SS Blackbird Razor Stonewashed by Jake Yates, with Satin Stand, in Box, presents as New.  
$205 shipped CONUS.  More pictures upon request.  Please PM me if interested.  Thank you.
Also for sale on eBay (with more pictures) at a higher price.  Stand is Satin, not Stonewashed.

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#2

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Illinois
Is this razor and stand SS?

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#3

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Seattle, WA (USA)
(12-11-2023, 01:10 AM)muzichead Wrote: Is this razor and stand SS?

Yes.  I don't think you can stonewash titanium.

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#4

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Illinois
(12-11-2023, 01:13 AM)draebeard Wrote:
(12-11-2023, 01:10 AM)muzichead Wrote: Is this razor and stand SS?

Yes.  I don't think you can stonewash titanium.
As a matter of fact they do offer Titanium Stonewashed so that is why I asked!!

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#5

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(12-11-2023, 01:17 AM)muzichead Wrote:
(12-11-2023, 01:13 AM)draebeard Wrote:
(12-11-2023, 01:10 AM)muzichead Wrote: Is this razor and stand SS?

Yes.  I don't think you can stonewash titanium.
As a matter of fact they do offer Titanium Stonewashed so that is why I asked!!

I think you are mistaken.  Blackland offers a bead blasted Satin finish on both their SS & Ti razors.  They do not offer a stonewashed finish on any of their razors.  Unless I'm mistaken Jake Yates (Yates Precision Mfg) offered the first stonewashed razors; a process that has been done to knives for some while.  Again, unless I'm mistaken only a ferrous metal can be effectively stonewashed.

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(This post was last modified: 12-11-2023, 04:53 AM by muzichead.)
(12-11-2023, 01:47 AM)draebeard Wrote:
(12-11-2023, 01:17 AM)muzichead Wrote:
(12-11-2023, 01:13 AM)draebeard Wrote: Yes.  I don't think you can stonewash titanium.
As a matter of fact they do offer Titanium Stonewashed so that is why I asked!!

I think you are mistaken.  Blackland offers a bead blasted Satin finish on both their SS & Ti razors.  They do not offer a stonewashed finish on any of their razors.  Unless I'm mistaken Jake Yates (Yates Precision Mfg) offered the first stonewashed razors; a process that has been done to knives for some while.  Again, unless I'm mistaken only a ferrous metal can be effectively stonewashed.

I never said Blackland offered the finish....Yates offers it which is why I asked originally if the razor and stand was SS or Titanium!! Go check out his BYOR section...

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#7

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(12-11-2023, 04:52 AM)muzichead Wrote:
(12-11-2023, 01:47 AM)draebeard Wrote:
(12-11-2023, 01:17 AM)muzichead Wrote: As a matter of fact they do offer Titanium Stonewashed so that is why I asked!!

I think you are mistaken.  Blackland offers a bead blasted Satin finish on both their SS & Ti razors.  They do not offer a stonewashed finish on any of their razors.  Unless I'm mistaken Jake Yates (Yates Precision Mfg) offered the first stonewashed razors; a process that has been done to knives for some while.  Again, unless I'm mistaken only a ferrous metal can be effectively stonewashed.

I never said Blackland offered the finish....Yates offers it which is why I asked originally if the razor and stand was SS or Titanium!! Go check out his BYOR section...

It turns out you're right muzichead, titanium can be stonewashed.  I stand corrected.

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#8

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Seattle, WA (USA)
Bump.

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#9

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Seattle, WA (USA)
Bump it again.

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#10

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WITHDRAWN.  I changed my mind.  I think I'll keep it.

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