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Discussion in 'Axe, Tomahawk, & Hatchet Forum' started by Steve Tall, Jun 12, 2014.
Colour me jealous.
Thanks! I’m not sure what kind several of those handles are but that one with the brass ring sure feels nice. Just silky smooth knurled thumb screw and weighty, not heavy, just somehow more substantial. I’ll post em up in the saw section.
...and somewhere a museum curator weeps. That is amazing saw gear!
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Very nice! Split nut! ...love those medallions.
Cant wait to see her cleaned up.
Neat saw . I am green.
The Disstonian Institute:
1891 H, S, B & Co catalog:
1918 Disston catalog:
These are in super condition, I don’t think they where ever shod.
A long time later but here are some photos of these:
Not sure if you can see what you were hoping too, it's a little hard to see the different kinds of steel in these.
$10.00 today at the gun show. Nice little mini.
Been looking for a true Rockaway pattern axe for a while but the ones I've found sold for way more than I wanted to spend. Found this plumb at a local flea market priced fair so it came home with me. The handle is nice but think I will move the head down a touch so I can use a wedge in place of the nails being used as it is.
Dang! I thought it was going to be a Plumb Jersaway(round lugged jersey) not that! I'm looking forward to seeing it cleaned up and used.
IMG_20190608_143413 by Justin Lyttle, on Flickr
Hey JB I’m interested in that bar with the hook and loop?! Can you tell me how thick the stock is and the diameter of the hole in the loop?
I figured couldn’t go wrong with the saw for $0.25 but I paid x4 as much for the 1953 Pictorial History of the Automobile.
Decent little haul.
I'm not positive so don't quote me on it, but I believe those Fuller screwdrivers are from the 70's.
Good eye! Fuller #304 & #311
The handle is a very distinct one.
IMG_20190609_084509 by Justin Lyttle, on Flickr
This hatchet came home with me last week, and today I was able to spend a bit of time getting it cleaned up. After a good wire brushing and a bit of oil, I was thrilled to notice the BSA logo which had been hiding underneath the rust! The whole thing really cleaned up nicely I think.
Now I just wish I knew a scout to gift this to!
I’ve gifted a few BSA hatchets. A couple to young scouts and a really nice one to an Eagle Scout of a few decades. My advice is to find one to give it to. You both will benefit from it.