- Sat Jun 03, 2006 10:26 am
Ditto what Ginseng said on breaking the blades in half. Split them up, you can do less damage that way. I skip the scissors, and do the trimming with just the blade. Deer hair is hell on scissors. I'd rather toss a cheap razor than try and sharpen a scissors. I get much more consistent shapes with the blade anyway. A sharp blade is pretty easy to control.I saw someone bending a blade around a drill bit to get a nice, tight trimmed head for salmon flies. Interesting idea -- but I'll stick to bullet heads or foam. Adams
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