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IMG_20170225_223915.jpgpower grip41 viewsend grip for rough work, when you want to hog off a lot of wood.dlarue
IMG_20170225_223903.jpgchoking up35 viewsupper grip area, choking up on the tool for detail workdlarue
spoon_horse.jpgspoon horse16 viewsan accessory for the shaving horse - for gripping spoonsdlarue
LodiSawVise2.jpgBench grips on Lodi Saw Vise24 viewsnicknaylo
grip.jpg51 viewszdillinger
Button-1.jpg177 viewsIvory Mortgage Button before install. Made from an old pistol grip that was cracked.Ruby
larrysknobandtote.jpgKnob & Tote289 views This is from a Stanley #7 type 17. They have been stripped and polished to P400. The tote has been slightly reshaped for a more appealing look and a more comfortable grip. writt
DSC00486.JPGSmall Brace42 viewsThe broken off bit of drill bit was clamped in the v at the tip of the chuck jaws. It was very secure. I had to pad the chuck and grip it in a vise to unlock it.OldSneelock
MaxsonGrip.jpg91 viewsGreg Isola
P6090133_s.jpgFroe Whacker completed162 viewsFroe Whacker after chiseling down for a handle and spokeshaved a bit for a smoother gripdpearce
steakgrip.jpg108 viewsGreg Isola
DSC04027.JPGLondon Pattern Pattern118 viewsHere's the handle next to the original that served as the basic pattern. This is one of the boxwood handles that Lee Valley sells. (The ferrule I used for this is also available there . SOTSD) Since this handle isn't intended for striking, I elected to make the handle the same length as the original but with a simple round over (rather than a knob) on the top end to make for a more comfortable grip when filing. I like the way it feels in the hand, so I suppose the experiment was at least a partial success.Chuck Myers
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