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Flying Eagle Saw Handle


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16 files, last one added on Sep 02, 2009

Disston panther saw


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11 files, last one added on Sep 02, 2009

Walking sticks


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33 files, last one added on Dec 31, 2009

18th century bench


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5 files, last one added on Dec 19, 2008

Old Workbench


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3 files, last one added on May 28, 2009

Treadle Lathe


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3 files, last one added on Aug 25, 2009

Summer camp 2009


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11 files, last one added on Sep 02, 2009

Scout toolbox


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5 files, last one added on Nov 25, 2009

Tool board


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2 files, last one added on Feb 18, 2009

Roycroft Bookshelf


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3 files, last one added on Dec 08, 2009

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Random files - Sam Peterson's Gallery
18century_benchhook_detail.jpg
18century_benchhook_detail.jpg289 viewsNotice that the holes in the front skirt are made so a holdfast will work in combination with dowels that have leather bands. These act together to clamp and stabilize the board for plane work.Sam Peterson
18century_dogholes.jpg
18century_dogholes.jpg311 viewsThis straight on view shows the four hole pattern in the bench top that occurs on each corner of the bench. The Black Walnut carving is turned on its back to show how four screws hold the work secure while carving, but the piece can easily be rotated at the same time.Sam Peterson
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Disstonpanther4_bmp.jpg213 viewsSam Peterson
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Lathe_3.jpgHeadstock pulley43 viewsThis pulley is made out of Dogwood and has three steps to provide for different speeds. It is secured to the headstock shaft using a pin that is driven through a hole in the largest pulley. I had to remove one of the steps because of clearance issues.Sam Peterson
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Workbench_001.jpgWorkbench - Three203 viewsAnother view of the new workbench base.Sam Peterson
Sheriff_Stick_top.jpg
Sheriff_Stick_top.jpgSheriff Stick top33 viewsDetail of the 223 and 45 calibers. Knots are filled with fired bullets.Sam Peterson
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Lathe_3~0.jpg46 viewsSam Peterson
Copy_of_Saw_Handles_014.jpg
Copy_of_Saw_Handles_014.jpg82 viewsSam Peterson

Last additions - Sam Peterson's Gallery
Fishing_stick.jpg
Fishing_stick.jpgFishing stick90 viewsInside the stick are a bobber, three all purpose lures, weights, hooks and a specially adapted Diawa pole. At the very top of the stick is a leather encased reel with line. Black Trot line forms a nice place for the hand.Sam PetersonDec 31, 2009
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Fishing_stick_bottom.jpgFishing stick bottom57 viewsA nice assortment of hooks, swivels and trot line sets will allow the fisherman to try for a variety of different fish.Sam PetersonDec 31, 2009
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Fishing_stick_top.jpgFishing stick top59 viewsWood is an old shovel handle, probably Hickory that has been split down the middle and hinged so that it appears to be a simple stick. It contains everything needed to enjoy a day of fishing!Sam PetersonDec 31, 2009
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Hillbilly_stick.jpgHillbilly stick71 viewsWood is CedarSam PetersonDec 31, 2009
Hillbilly_stick_knife.jpg
Hillbilly_stick_knife.jpgHillbilly stick knife70 viewsI like to use old high quality kitchen knifes, such as an "Old Hickory" to make hunting knifes.Sam PetersonDec 31, 2009
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Hillbilly_stick_top.jpgHillbilly stick top66 viewsShows how the knife slides down into the handleSam PetersonDec 31, 2009
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Claw_stick.jpgClaw stick56 viewsThe wood is Willow, which has been dug up with the rootball. The rootball provides enough wood for carving the claw.Sam PetersonDec 31, 2009
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Claw_stick_top.jpgClaw stick top55 viewsA claw holding an eyeball and an eyeball carved inside a cage.Sam PetersonDec 31, 2009

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