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Which cut do you use on your cigar?

I'm currently on a V- cut kick. I use a Colibri v cutter.

Seems like I get a better draw.

Thoughts my fellow MGS friends!

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Dave did a great review on a v cutter last year I do not remember what it was. I use all kinds of cutters from punches to v cutters it depends on my cigar, what I'm doing, and where I am. Tonight I used a v because it is on my ash tray on my porch

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Thanks for sharing Tommc23!

Wilson D7 Irons with KBS Tour 80 Reg Flex Shafts

PING G410 Plus with ALTA CB Red 55g SR Flex Shaft

Callaway Super hybrid factory shaft with R flex

Taylormade Rocketballz 5 metal with factory Graphite Shaft reg flex

Ping Eye 2 Becu Sand & Lob wedges

Scotty Cameron Futura X7

Wilson Staff DUO

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Straight cut for me. I don't think there's any rhyme or reason to it, I guess it's just a case of what you maybe started out with. Having said that, there is some advantage to the straight cutter in terms of verslltily with different types of cigar vitola - some of which would be nigh on impossible with a v-cut or punch.

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Depends on the cigar. Really like the standard cut on small ring gages, V cut on torpedos and large ring gages I tend to use a punch or two.There was an article on different cuts I read last year that gave me a lot of new ideas for cuts.

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V cut. I've had a no name one for about 15 years now that I bought down in Miami and just upgraded to the Colibri. On torpedos I will usually use a guillotine but sometimes a small v cut. If it's a tough draw you can cross two v cuts.

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On 8/15/2020 at 8:16 AM, jaskanski said:

My torch lighter has a punch built in which comes in handy from time to time if caught out without a cutter.

 

I always use a punch on a large ring (58+) or a flathead.  A golf tee makes for a good makeshift punch cut, in a pinch, when you're caught on the golf course without a proper cutter.

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