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Old 10-08-2018, 05:57 AM
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Old 10-08-2018, 06:20 AM
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Nah ive read about those snip jobs. I dont dig the side effects. Google gold standard vasectomy and youll appreciate the difference. Ill pass on the wax on wax off approach too thanks yd.

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Nah ive read about those snip jobs. I dont dig the side effects. Google gold standard vasectomy and youll appreciate the difference. Ill pass on the wax on wax off approach too thanks yd.
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They look good. Just picked up a pair for $24 posted on ebay. Looking forward to trying them out.
Very interested in how u go, Nags loves his, and i was very dissapointed in mine. mine would not cut limp braid without adding considerable shear force with fingers.
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Very interested in how u go, Nags loves his, and i was very dissapointed in mine. mine would not cut limp braid without adding considerable shear force with fingers.
I'll post how the go once I've got them. They'll be used for cutting PE0.6 and 0.8 braid.
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Old 18-08-2018, 05:49 AM
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Scissors arrived yesterday. They are quite a bit bigger than the ones they are replacing, but I'll get used to that. Used them to cut limp braid and they did a great job as long as the braid was being cut at around the middle of the blade. No fraying on PE0.6 unless I cut towards the tip of the blade. They feel well made and seem pretty sturdy. They definitely cut much better than my old ones (although they are a few years old now)
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got hold of these bad boys this week and although not designed for cutting thin braided lines, I gave them a run anyway, just for sh!ts and giggles

Easily cut through unitika aorika, 10lb castaway and even the really thin thread I use on small trout flies. The cutters are the recessed sections on either side

Mind blown, but definitely overkill for bream fishing.
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Scissors arrived yesterday. They are quite a bit bigger than the ones they are replacing, but I'll get used to that. Used them to cut limp braid and they did a great job as long as the braid was being cut at around the middle of the blade. No fraying on PE0.6 unless I cut towards the tip of the blade. They feel well made and seem pretty sturdy. They definitely cut much better than my old ones (although they are a few years old now)
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Yeah I was very unimpressed with mine and managed to return it. did not cut limp braid without adding shear force with fingers. $7 Bekleys cut much better.
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