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Discussion in 'Axe, Tomahawk, & Hatchet Forum' started by Steve Tall, Jun 12, 2014.
I think its a later version - unmarked TT Woodslasher version. Still nice though and cheap ($5).
well, thats what i'v been hearing, when you'r on a budget, gotta use what ya got, and if that means killing the cow with the splittin axe instead of a rifle, so be it
Three bullet vises?!?!
You make me sick!
Well...that was just one day.
so YOU'R the reason i cant find a cheap vice
I don't know, I find cheap vises all the time, although I paid $350 for these 3.
i have the wrong idea of a cheap vice. apparently im thinking dirt cheap vices
Actually, these were used routinely in slaughterhouses. It was the tool of choice. There was at one time an interesting post - or two - on these, right here, I think you can find it (with some help from modern tech ).
jblyttle, those old vices are cool. I'd like to find one of those but here in southern AZ not a lot of good items to find.
jblyttle, what's the one without a handle. Rixford?
The 3-1/4 stamp is interesting. And I like the curve of the head - slightly closed hang. The curve reminds me of True Temper Dynamic tools.
It's a Maine head, maybe an E&S as it has the date stamp (23). I cleaned it and will post better pics.
Everything for $41.50
American Logging Tool Co. peavey - Evart, Michigan, hand carved wood shovel in the style of a Harvey Ward shovel, Disston thumbhole ripsaw in great sharp condition, True Temper Kelly brushhook like new, 16" US made Channellocks, Corona hedge trimmer, aluminum garden shovel (my new cathole shovel for backpacking), and lastly an 8" hard black Arkansas stone.
Here are the pics. I love the hand hammered "bevels".
You just can't beat channellock !
My favorites are some original 1933 champion De'arments that are still going strong, then I've got some channellock dykes that will even cut string and rope.
This is one that came from Latvia billed as being a “WWII German Wehrmacht Soviet RKKA axe”
found with a bunch of relic-ish materials from WW2.
Is it? I don’t know but it looks old, is crusty, and probably will be a good time to make a handle for it and try it out.
Quite sure its not RKKA...
It might reveal WWII German markings ! Clean it up !