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ubdai
Dumb question. How does one shave with this kind of razor. Is there any special technique. But I would probably end up slicing my own neck with it.
there are lots of tutorials on youtube. I learned watching videos by Geofatboy.
Dumb question. How does one shave with this kind of razor. Is there any special technique. But I would probably end up slicing my own neck with it.
Amar4eva
Top quality razor I've used it for years but it goes for a fiver on eBay...

Where?
Hot deal, but no good for me with my permanent dilution tremor...
would this be good to use on some people I know??eheheh
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Pure Badger Hair Shaving Brush, Ivory-Coloured Solid Plastic Handle £9.99 free delivery Dispatched from and sold by Sanguine Scissors Ltd.

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100% Pure badger hair shaving brush Produce a rich lather for wet shaving Massages and exfoliates skin during lathering Softens and lifts beard hair for closer longer lasting shave Wash wi…
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LongPockets
It is against the law to have in your possession "any part of a badger" and people have been prosecuted for having just three badger hairs stuck in the mud on the tyre of their Land Rover. So I hope this comes with certification that the badger hair originates from China (one of the possible defences).

I have a very respected vulfix 404 I didnt see any paperwork saying the origin of the bristles, but if they want to prosecute me for illegal possesion thats fine by me if they waste taxpayers money.

Any sources for that about the hairs in the mud on the tyres? I find that hard to believe that any prosecution took place if it was an ordinary joe public, someone who they couldnt get on other charges maybe, but even then...........I'm not calling you a liar, but
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The defence would be too easy on this as who is to say its not come from roadkill or x-transfer which are all too plausible.

Indeed the "three hairs on a tyre" case was a prosecution brought against suspected badger baiters when the police had no other evidence, but the law is clear. It is illegal to have any part of a badger in your possession. I personally wouldn't count on the police or crown prosecution service or indeed the RSPCA to be sensible about this. The RSPCA in particular have a holier than thou attitude to maintain, and have been bringing their own prosecutions against people they suspect of breaking the fox hunting laws (which are easily skated around).

The relevant passage from the act:

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A person is guilty of an offence if, except as permitted by or under this Act, he has in his possession or under his control any dead badger or any part of, or anything derived from, a dead badger.

There are defences as I say, one of which is that you bought the badger-containing article under conditions in which you had no reason to believe the badger had been killed in contravention of the act (can apply to a shaving brush but not to hairs stuck in mud on a tyre). I imagine the jury would have to believe your assertions to this effect, so you can't just feign cluelessness.

Edited By: LongPockets on Oct 05, 2013 17:07: 00
stox
LongPockets
It is against the law to have in your possession "any part of a badger" and people have been prosecuted for having just three badger hairs stuck in the mud on the tyre of their Land Rover. So I hope this comes with certification that the badger hair originates from China (one of the possible defences).

Really? Badger hair shaving brushes have been sold for hundreds of years and are widely regarded as the best.

Really. So have sporrans been made for centuries (from badger heads), but not any more. I believe you can own ones made before the law was passed, or from abroad.
nublets2k
LongPockets
It is against the law to have in your possession "any part of a badger" and people have been prosecuted for having just three badger hairs stuck in the mud on the tyre of their Land Rover. So I hope this comes with certification that the badger hair originates from China (one of the possible defences).


Let's be honest here, they're made in China so it's probably cat hair. :{


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nublets2k
LongPockets
It is against the law to have in your possession "any part of a badger" and people have been prosecuted for having just three badger hairs stuck in the mud on the tyre of their Land Rover. So I hope this comes with certification that the badger hair originates from China (one of the possible defences).


Let's be honest here, they're made in China so it's probably cat hair. :{


Lol that's what worries me - I want a genuine badger! Last one I had came from Turkey, and I thought at least it won't be boar and it more likely to be a badger.... but with China....?


In china badgers are treated as vermin so there is loads of surplus fur from kills, chances are high that chinese ones to be genuine are high
nublets2k
LongPockets
It is against the law to have in your possession "any part of a badger" and people have been prosecuted for having just three badger hairs stuck in the mud on the tyre of their Land Rover. So I hope this comes with certification that the badger hair originates from China (one of the possible defences).

Let's be honest here, they're made in China so it's probably cat hair. :{

Lol that's what worries me - I want a genuine badger! Last one I had came from Turkey, and I thought at least it won't be boar and it more likely to be a badger.... but with China....?
LongPockets
It is against the law to have in your possession "any part of a badger" and people have been prosecuted for having just three badger hairs stuck in the mud on the tyre of their Land Rover. So I hope this comes with certification that the badger hair originates from China (one of the possible defences).

Let's be honest here, they're made in China so it's probably cat hair. :{
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