Discussion in 'Functional Gear & Equipment' started by Ganado, Aug 8, 2015.
Rules. Post a picture of a tool let others guess what it is. It must be a use able tool.
Shoulder yoke for carrying buckets... or @BTPost 's unfinished snow glare glasses... for a really big monkey...
Why would the chains be offset... ?!
Different size buckets?
Maybe a different load with the same size/weigh of materials in the bucket.... milk vs .....
They are mismatched (right hooks and attachments) so possibly not original length
Witch doctor wins.
How about this one
Bomb sight from WW2 bomber
this was the crown jewel tool of a carpenter. If he had one, he was clearly a pro. A) what is it? B) what is it used for?
I have one. (Some of these were even set with semi previous gems.)
C) extra credit. What tools are it's modern replacement?
1700's era bra??
Norden Bomb sight minus the optics
Lol you drinking your homemade whisky again!?.?
A) I forget.
B) Cutting grooves, say for panels in drawers.
C) Dado saw blades, routers, or mills can do the same job.
Two out of three. This tool is a "plow block plane" commonly used by cabinet makers. It is used to put the groove in for the drawer bottom. Routers, or more commonly dido blades are now used.
what is this tool?(common name) I own several versions.
Extra credit : how to tell if it was own by a pro, or a amateur? (You would know the moment you handled it.)
Chains might be longer because they lived on a hill-side?
It is a Yankee screwdriver. And part 2?
In honor of the 'cows tick post'
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