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FIDs.jpgFids & Marlinspikes151 viewsUpper fid is dogwood, middle fid is osage orange. Both made by Bill Ghio. Lower fid is bone (probably cow). Bottom knife, marlinspike & sheath are KABAR set I bought ~1971 while serving on USS TICONDEROGA (CV14). Charlie Rodgers
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haul_08242012.jpgFriday's Haul254 viewsHaul from local estate sale. Clockwise from upper left - Craftsman inside caliper/divider (7"), white/grey sharpening stone in holder, Simpson bastard file, Pike #1 Washita stone in box, Starrett inside caliper/divider (5"), Stanley socketed chisel, What's-it with horn handlejerkinsj
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Burlington-20120721-00216.jpgFruits of our labour62 viewsA couple of S-hooks and a couple of RR spike knives. dlarue
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Oakville-20120721-00220.jpgRR spike knives28 viewsMade these in the old forge at Camp Nemo. Used a 10 pound sledge to shape them. My usual smithing hammer did nothing. "The goggles, they do nothing!"dlarue
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hanger1.jpgFireplace tool hanger50 viewsholes drilled in the mortar of the fireplace, insert dowel and drive in mounting spikes, splitting the dowel and wedging the spikes. Really challanging to get the wave consistent nicknaylo
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jack-stone5.jpgReversible Oil Stone from Pike129 viewsThis is how it's set up. The box opens, and the metal stone holder (double-sided) flips back and forth, resting on the edge of the box. There is a pressure-plate held against one end of the stone with a screw, and that keeps the stone in the metal holder.madwing
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jack-stone4.jpgTranslucent Arkansas Stone from Pike180 viewsAs seen with 100w of light behind it.madwing
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jack-stone1.jpgLabel on my "Reversible Oil Stone" from Pike126 viewsThis is on the top of the box, the same side as holds the fine India stone. That's how I know to open the correct side to get to the India; the translucent Arkansas is on the other side.madwing
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Pike_Stone_004.jpgPike Stone 2223 viewsroy griggs
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Pike_Stone_006.jpgPike Stone 1210 viewsroy griggs
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DSCN3474.JPGBottle opener from a RR spike. 77 viewsa lot of people make crappy, heavy knives from railroad spikes. I've tried and failed to do even that much. But bottle openers I seem to be able to do! nicknaylo
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DSCN2514.JPGSteak Turner from a RR spike.65 viewsabout 9 inches, part of post turkey forging. nicknaylo
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