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Hmmmm. I’ll hold out for now. For now...
Thank god you bought that DC, if it was there by Monday I was going to go after it! Crazy light and that handle is gorgeous!
DD on the FF!
EMS on the FF!
Yessir! 3 1/2 lb head on a 32” NOS handle
Did up this beaut this summer as well.
I believe that P was Pearley Pulsiver? I grew up 40 minutes from Oakland.
The date stamp is worn off, but it's a Watson.
I’ve not been active here on the forums for a while now, but here’s one of my latest restorations and rehangs. A nifty 3 1/2 lb Emerson and...
Pretty well exactly what I’m looking for!
Oh I’ve got the KLVUK, just needs some pants is all!
I’m in need of a little Kydex work at some point in the near future. I’m in desperate need for a large knife for clearing brush and what have you...
It’s a slick knife for sure! I think a Thamar Tin Chirra is my next purchase.
As promised!tons of standing dead alder, birch and maple for fodder.
Alas after another long year of college I’m back to the forums for the summer! I’ve accepted a position with the Maine forest service for the...
I wouldn’t call that a Maine pattern Brian, is call it a Dayton
Perhaps where the bit is constantly being buried in wood it doesn’t allow the accumulation of rusting agents like the body of the axe would?
Could be a 3 1/2 lb trade axe meant for the South American market?
Nope! Old stock, came with the head.
Oh Did this nice old timer up, shame about the mushrooming.