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Re: Hand tools with broken wooden handles

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Tims A

07-06-2013 18:57:44
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You need one of these tools. Built this to replace some handles. Having an Ash tree helps too.

Tim




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Stan in Oly, WA

07-06-2013 19:47:02
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 Re: Hand tools with broken wooden handles in reply to Tims A, 07-06-2013 18:57:44  
I have absolutely no idea what that is or how you would use it. I recognize the ax and the ax handle.

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Armand Tatro

07-07-2013 07:05:10
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 Re: Hand tools with broken wooden handles in reply to Stan in Oly, WA, 07-06-2013 19:47:02  
Go to the Forestry Forum (or other wood working forum of your choice for proper name of this bench and detailed usage instructions) but in a nutshell you sit on this bench and with your feet against the bottom pegs you clamp a peace of wood while using a drawknife to shape the wood to the shape you desire (in this case a handle). A very useful bench to have and easily built in a weekend. Build it, use it to make your handles (and other projects) and enjoy! Armand

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