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Handle looks like it has decent grain..
I wish I could go back to the 2 hardware stores of my youth. Both sold Bluegrass tools.
I built my bench in the early 80's from 2 lengths of leftover engineered lumber.(LVL) 1.75"x18"x6' Set side by side into a 2x6 frame with 4x4 for...
Thin the Titebond with water to any consistency.
A good 50% of YouTube how to videos involve the blind leading the blind. It's prolly more like 99% in homesteading, gardening, and cooking how to,...
I'd say you're right. On closer inspection the weight stamp on my head is different.
My mystery Connie has been solved.. my head had remnants of red paint, a 3 1/2 weight stamp exactly like the one on your axe, same shape,...
Under closer inspection I think your right.
I'd bet that was a flexy dream to swing with that thin, horizontal grain handle!
I grew up with, and love a double bit! My favorite has always been a Kelly Perfect Western pattern. I had just hung this Sager double on a...
I used to plow my taters out with a tractor when I was younger. Now I actually enjoy diggin' em with a fork. Funny how as I age I find enjoyment...
A really nice tater fork!
That's my Woodslasher with the label, not the OP's.
Those handles are user friendly, and feel better than any other to me especially on a hewing hatchet.
Very well could be. I wish I had taken a pic of how the poll is tapered in. Thanks!
This came from the bay a few months back. The seller had several axes listed with 2 really crappy, grainy, and dark pictures of each axe. One...
I have a single bit marked 35M1K
In the shop I switched to paper on a backing plate years ago. Norton stones were my favorites though.
"Gotta pretty good lean to it, so probably gonna do quite a big under cut to it" :)