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Dunk 1 weeks ago
The average "life" of these is well under 40 years, but for a few. Fortunately they have a long way to go to actually outlive their owners
       
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Midge 1 weeks ago
razors? must be a woman using them
       
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Karon 1 weeks ago
Midge,

The handle holds replaceable blades. Single blade, double edge. I used to have a Gillette Adjustable. Work of art.
       
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Jos 1 weeks ago
#40 *Mother
       
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Richard 1 weeks ago
#12 Like mukluks, only mukluks have a canvas shell. Just don't get them wet.
       
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Loren 1 weeks ago
Why no guns? They last forever if treated halfway right. Long story, but I've got ones with over a century artistry, science, engineering, heraldry, provision, and yes - Nazi killing valor in them.
       
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Randy 1 weeks ago
#6 Did your great uncle smuggle it up his a**, so the Nazis would not take it.
       
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