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    Default Bear Razorhead Bleeder blades

    Hello all I have a number of Razorheads and a Pearson switch blade and I was wondering if anyone could tell me the steel the auxiliary or bleeder blades are made from? I was thinking of trying my hand at making some, for a larf, and see if they actually work out

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    I believe you asked this LW and got several answers, including mine. Do you need more info?
    Spring steel(packing strap) is very hard to cut say with a hacksaw. It can cut with a high speed cutting wheel but then the temper will be lost. Material can be put in a vise and snapped off along a marked line. But I have no idea how the inside slots could be cut. A stamping die would be best. The easiest way is to use a Dremel tool with a cutting wheel and widen the slot in the Bear Razorhead and then use a Magnus bleeder.
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    1095 tempered spring steel sheets in thicknesses from .008 to .0032 can be found online.

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    These bleeders are still available at reasonable prices if you know where to look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archer View Post
    These bleeders are still available at reasonable prices if you know where to look.
    The only place I can find them is eBay and alot of ppl are asking 100 for a small pack of rusted ones lol, I'm in Canada btw

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    kurogane_84 did you find the Razorhead Auxiliary blades you were asking about ??

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