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  1. Miller '72

    What vintage axe should I buy for splitting

    You process firewood from rounds? Get a sharp axe 3½lbs plus. A rafter would be sweet (square peg suggested). I primarily use a Heavy Wide Dayton or a 4lb Kelly Works Best Made double bit when splitting down from rounds (Hickory & Steel suggested a nice dbl bit as well). After that a 3½lb axe...
  2. Miller '72

    Axe, Tomahawk & Hatchet Photo Thread

    Very Excellent!!
  3. Miller '72

    Axe, Tomahawk & Hatchet Photo Thread

    Nice one! Which number in the series did you get? What year? Is that the cruiser? Very lovely and sick axes and handles @lamaca
  4. Miller '72

    Axe, Tomahawk & Hatchet Photo Thread

    Nice one! Which number in the series did you get? What year? Is that the cruiser? Very lovely and sick axes and handles @lamaca
  5. Miller '72

    What did you rehang today?

    27½" @ 3¼lbs - 4½" Bitts Kelly Registered Cruiser 2² True Temper, - compliments Meek1Andy Yellow Birch Wedge, - compliments YankeeAxeJosh 28" Link Hickory Haft
  6. Miller '72

    What did you rehang today?

    Beautiful new format and software! 1st post in the new era!!! :cool:✊🪓🪓🪓🤟🤘👍
  7. Miller '72

    Lets use those axes for what they were ment for.

    Strong work! Shoot me another email, I have been behind one eight ball after another since the start of this year. I am sure we can figure out the leather together :D
  8. Miller '72

    What did you rehang today?

    Pitted Connie Beauty patina beast Bevels wicked this way come boys axe :):thumbsup::thumbsup:
  9. Miller '72

    Recognize this stamp?

    Hi there. Looks great. One thing. Please do not cut the handle off! You have plenty of tongue to work with. Try resetting it or carefully removing the wedge and metal step wedges and simply rehang it. If you look thru this thread, what did you rehang, you will find some amazing handle...
  10. Miller '72

    Recognize this stamp?

    Looks like he had a label on there as well:thumbsup: Great find!
  11. Miller '72

    Recognize this stamp?

    You found yourself a beauty! Have you more pictures to share?
  12. Miller '72

    It followed me home (Part 2)

    Beautiful Sunday in Connecticut 600 lbs Capacity Chatillon Scale, Wall Mount Tub of vintage files...a few good ones :) Disston Crosscut and panel saws Woodslasher, Homestead, Flint Edge, early Collins, Mini Hatchet (TBD) MILLERS FALLS BEAUTY LEGITIMUS! OH MY PECK...
  13. Miller '72

    It followed me home (Part 2)

    Great Day Indeed!!
  14. Miller '72

    It followed me home (Part 2)

    I too...still searching for the boring machine by Millers Falls :thumbsup::cool::):):cool: Excellent Tom!
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