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Bill Hegbli
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I recently heard that Lester Lake of head chopper fame, invented and made the Abbott's Disecto Wrist Chopper for Abbott's since the 1940's until his passing.
David Todd
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I saw this posted recently on the U.F. Grant/MAK Magic Collectors group on Facebook.

This is a MAK French Arm Chopper refurbished by the talented prop maker Randi Rain.

Amazing what a good paint job can do. She has really mastered the art of faux surface painting.
Check out Randi's blog post about how she did it:

(photo shows Randi Rain's refurbished version compared to an original MAK version)

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That chopper looks fantastic!!! I only have a few of Randi's smaller props, and had no idea she did larger pieces. Looks like something straight out of the dark ages.
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