Old 01-11-2012   #3651
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Is it a rack for screwdrivers?


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Old 01-11-2012   #3652
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Is it a rack for screwdrivers?


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No wombler it's hard to guess something hand made that someone uses on a regular basic unless you've done that kind of work.I'll answer this one later.
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Ok I'm going to answer this one now post 3644 This is a machinist's valve stick for use when working on an engine, the valves can be kept in the right order by placing them in the holes, if a valve is not placed back in its original location it might not be a proper fit.


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I can't resist the obvious by asking is it a key?


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Old 02-11-2012   #3655
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no key wombler but keep to the obvious
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Oh. I just saw the tiny axle hole at the tip and realized it's a glass cutter.
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Oh. I just saw the tiny axle hole at the tip and realized it's a glass cutter.
Your right Teddy it's a glass cutter but I don't understand their answer.-This is a glass cutter, the square hole is for a radial arm used when making circular cuts, similar to patent number 702,732

next - handle is 4in.
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Hmmm..... it's for hanging something up, but for what?

Is it for weighing something?


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Hmmm..... it's for hanging something up, but for what?

Is it for weighing something?


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Your right Teddy it's a glass cutter but I don't understand their answer.-This is a glass cutter, the square hole is for a radial arm used when making circular cuts, similar to patent number 702,732
I haven't used a glass cutter like it . How the square hole works is simple.
A square bar(radial arm) goes through it this is attached to a pivot .
The pivot is anchored to the glass with a suction cup. This guides the cutter in a circle .

On the last on . Is it a calf holder ?
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no cholla it's not a calf holder sorry and thanks for the explanation of post 3657
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Well guys post 3657 has been up a couple days so here's the answer -A holder for a fire hose that can be hung on a ladder.


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Are they bone hammers for hitting something delicate?


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There for hitting something but not necessary delicately wombler.
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Is it for hammering silver perhaps or maybe even jewellery?


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For rivets maybe?
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For rivets maybe?

Sorry Geno no on the rivets.
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LOL, you've a somewhat gruesome imagination there Ivan!

For all I know hog hammer could be right though.


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You guys this hammer is only 7 in. long, no on the hog hammer.here's a clue mountain men made and used them
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Well had to make a guess. LOL Let's try this one. Every mountain man smokes a pipe, so the hammer is tapped against the pipe bowl to knock out the old crusty stuff that is left after smoking and before reloading. The other end is used for scraping the inside of the bowl, if necessary.
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your close enough Ivan look at this video
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next tool--5in. tall
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Portable fireplace?

Or maybe some sort of funnel (for cement)?

Or maybe some sort of mold?
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Stop on the first one Geno-fireplace salesmen used one of these to help sell fireplaces.
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