Here's a potentially dumb question - is there a modern production wedge out there?
I shaved with a vintage wedge today, and while I don't think it was any better than the hollow grounds I have, I'm intrigued by the weight and general looks of it.
It seems like a less common ground, is there any reason for that? Seems like it would be less labor/machining for the manufacturer. Do customers just not favor the wedge as much?
I'm very new to straights, so I apologize if these are common questions... my google-fu is sometimes lacking (I used the site: function).