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Whatsit~0.JPGWhatsit from Menlo Park10 viewsabout 12 inches long, steel. Hand forged, very good welds. Marked J.H. Neff.nicknaylo
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BB2015_bowl_turning.JPGbowl on a pole lathe11 viewsusing hand forged hook tools. I gave this one a go too. It does take some skill.dlarue
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travisher1.jpgtravisher22 viewstravisher
forged the iron form O1
body is beech
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punches.JPGForged for blacksmithing class105 viewsthese were made from steel drawn off of a jackhammer bit. on the right is the first tool, a 1/4" round punch. on the left is a 1/8" x 5/8" slit punch. they are ready for hardening and tempering.madwing
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groovy.jpgOdds and ends88 viewsSome fun stuff, for me: a nice little pair of forged steel scissors, a flathead screwdriver bit, an unused socket chisel handle, a Starrett scribe, a Plomb no. 235 ignition wrench, and a Plomb Phillips head screwdriver (both from 1941).madwing
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Dado1.jpgre forged spade bit 338 viewsto replace a long lost cross grain nicker in a dado plane. nicknaylo
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dado3.jpgre nickered 3/4 dado plane49 viewstest board, 3/4 inch dado plane, spade bit forged into a nicker. nicknaylo
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FDFMF.jpgFathers Day Flea Market Finds38 viewsa forged gate latch and a couple of handled top swages, inch and 3/4 and 2 inch sized swagesnicknaylo
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IMG_0200.JPGDay One Harvest124 viewsFive (one Charles) Buck Brothers, a slick forged from a cold chisel, unmarked hammer head, drifts, Fulton expanding auger, four India-made rasps, blacksmith tongs, hoof knife.jjl134
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DSCN4297.jpgAnvil Stump crack stapled together35 viewsrough work, forged some staples to hold the stump check at bay. nicknaylo
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IMG_0660.JPGaxe trio59 viewstop axe is forged, is almost six pounds. Middle axe is a parade axe of Aluminum, with white pine handle, for the fraternal Modern Woodmen of America, was carried in parades pre 1930s. Bottom one stumps me, Montgomery Wards Mastercraft logo, handle sawn short, Never been sharpened, cut away and blade are machined smooth, why?john krau
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DSCN3579.JPGReforged slick socket36 viewsafter shot of the mushroomed slick from the Cavenicknaylo
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