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  • oldstarfire
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    Or buy walnuts.....

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  • BCRider
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    In that case you might want to seek some professional attention for your pretty hammer fixation?

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  • redlee
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    Originally posted by BCRider View Post
    I echo the others in my compliments redlee. And from all this care in making the adjustment hammer I can only assume that the wood planes you use this hammer with are equally shop made and attractive?

    Folks, for what these hammers are intended to hit and how they'll be used I'd suggest that cracking walnuts with them would likely be considered as heavy duty use....
    Ha thanks, actually I only have one wood plane.
    Thanks to all.

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  • jmm03
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    world's beastliest transfer punch...

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  • DennisCA
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    An edge finder, made from stainless steel:

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  • BCRider
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    I echo the others in my compliments redlee. And from all this care in making the adjustment hammer I can only assume that the wood planes you use this hammer with are equally shop made and attractive?

    Folks, for what these hammers are intended to hit and how they'll be used I'd suggest that cracking walnuts with them would likely be considered as heavy duty use....

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  • oldstarfire
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    Maybe for crushing Walnuts??

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  • Arcane
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    Originally posted by Tungsten dipper View Post
    Beautiful work!
    No kidding! I couldn't bring myself to actually hit anything with them!

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  • Tungsten dipper
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    Beautiful work!

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  • redlee
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  • Hal
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    Originally posted by redlee View Post
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    What a great looking hammer. Do you have any other treasures that you built ?

    Hal

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  • redlee
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    Originally posted by john b View Post
    Nice hammer, what are you using to hold the head on?
    Drilled and tapped the brass head for a brass threaded rod then drilled and tapped the Ipe and it screws on.

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  • john b
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    Nice hammer, what are you using to hold the head on?

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  • redlee
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  • redlee
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    Thanks

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