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Discussion in 'Axe, Tomahawk, & Hatchet Forum' started by Steve Tall, Jun 12, 2014.
IMG_20200621_085933 by Justin Lyttle, on Flickr
Some good looking axes there! Any way you'd be willing to sell the dark helve 3rd down from the top?
I already cleaned the whole thing and have it listed for $39. Let me know.
Nice handle on the susan b anthony dollar chipped bit knot klipper.
Amazing! I don't know what all that stuff is and don't want to derail the thread that much. Who made the collared hatchet with the odd cheeks?
Hammers for a buck apiece.Real cool stuff there Mr Miller.
Hi and no derailment...its all axes
Its a different little fella...no stamp or markings
Sweet rods and reels
All those hammers for a buck a piece is awesome!
Good looking adz and handle
Never seen that before pretty great.My pictures sucked that is a true temper reel.Adze to rusted to read the mark pretty happy to finally find one though.First take up wedge hammer I have found as well.
IMG_20200626_094135 by Justin Lyttle, on Flickr
IMG_20200626_135222 by Justin Lyttle, on Flickr
THANK YOU @FLINT77
Tried a few different axes; to small for the Legitimus Western Pattern, it looked and felt good here with this guy...
but i think it may have found a home...
here with a smaller brother...
Thanks again Billy!
Old, crusty, stiff and my oldest says it smells a little...PERFECT!!!
Perfect for what i need and want. This will be appreciated greatly for an other lifetime or two...at least.
#10570 First photo looks like you got a Masai Panga, nice find. John
Glad you are giving the axe cover a good home @Miller '72 !! Looks like it will be keeping good company!!!
Thanks again! I love it and its going to be protecting a or a few nice axes from here on
My uncle came through again with a couple heads, this time both doubles.
Ones a pretty beat 3-1/2 Rixford R55, knew right away before cleaning it what the xfor was
Was hoping to reveal more stamp, but It looks like this one was a light strike oh well it's pretty beat so I think I might make some kind of funky narrow poll lugged single bit out of if.
The other in slightly better condition is a no name, much more modern.
I'll get back to you guys with some soapstone markings of what I could possibly do with that rixford.
I'm kind of thinking about something like this
Or maybe something a bit more 19th century looking like this
It won't be as easy to get the second option out of it though.
I could fix the damaged bit of course, but the eye is pretty messed up so I figured it might be a good Guinea pig candidate.
I'm undecided right now.
I'm not familiar with the device attached to the draw knife.
I like the 2nd one better. Drop it down where you have more bit to work with.
How bad is the eye, you are going to cut up a Rixford? Any pics of the eye?
First one i have come across other than here and maybe somewhere here on the forum.