Scrim by HutcH Announces 2nd Edition of Expendables Stallone Skull Cutter

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Rick Hutchings, the man behind Scrim by HutcH cigar cutters, has announced that he is creating a second edition of the Expendables Stallone Skull cigar cutter.

The cutter uses buffalo horn handles with reverse scrimshaw art done by Hutchings, which pays tribute to the character Barney Ross, played by Sylvester Stallone in The Expendables movie series, which debuted in 2010. As with his other offerings, Hutchings uses a Xikar Xi3 cigar cutter body for this project.

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The second batch is limited to just 250 pieces, which are priced at $500 per cutter and come with a protective, hand sewn black leather pouch. Additionally, 10 artist proofs were made, which sell for $600.

Hutchings said that production is currently underway with cutters available approximately two weeks after ordering. He noted that customers can request certain numbers as well, though numbers one, two, and 13 have already been claimed, as well as the first and second editions of the artist proofs.

Image courtesy of Rick Hutchings/Scrim by HutcH

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