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Thanks. My lucks been a little better than usual the last couple months.
A stop on the way home from work paid off this evening.
A woodslasher, and a Legitimus
Probly such nice intact bits from all...
I think the TT ts a reversible Peeling. Too wide to be a swamper. The bits are about 5". Near as I can tell with calipers, but handled, anyway....
The best thing I did, for new or reusing handles was make some nice steel drifts.
Whatever kind you use, one that fits pretty well really saves...
Great thread, too much in the last couple days to quote and give all the credit where due Jake and square_peg
Keep up the good work
40 bucks well spent I think. Useable handles.
I would say Mann, based on the bevels and the font.
Thats not really a Rafting pattern. Its a National pattern. Both have a similar beveled poll, but the rafting is more symmetrically shaped out...
I use them now and then. They have a nice feel, for sure.
I think it came out just right. Has a little character too!
That should do some splitting.
Its way easier to split a big truckload of wood right on the ground, axe edge be damned.
Besides the extra power in the swing you get, Its also...
That is both a beautiful head and handle.
Something for everbody in that pile!
Looks like a decent condition saw, next to the smaller one man. Maybe a Simonds 325 or similar. Any etch left?
Looks like you're over the hump!
I'll echo what was just said about nerves. I tore my left first finger pretty much inside out about 12 years...
I have dug lots of stumps with heavy equipment. Even then, the leverage of a taller stump or better yet, trunk, is much easier.
That looks like...
I think most of the worn tools I've seen, do not show signs of bored collectors sharpening them away.
They more often show signs of careless...
The Stihl is good quality. I would not care for it as an only axe.
Never had or used a Trailboss
I'd look at Council...
Nice, I have one of the same. It's worth putting a handle in it.
I use a puck mostly, once I'm out and about. I keep a sharp chainsaw raker file along as well, and if theres a little heavier damage it makes...