Topic: Re: Hand tools with broken wooden handles
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I replace handles with hickory if possible, if not Ash. You can get a round of hickory off'n the firewood pile, split out a handle blank, and shape it with a draw knife, in less time than you can go to the box store to buy a chinese who-knows-what kind of wood handle. Hammer handles I have often strengthened, by wrapping the thin part with copper wire, and soldering it right over the wood. Longer handles I still buy, when I see them reasonable.
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