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    Treeline,

    I LOVE those noodles..

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    My ol' wedge knocker...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treeline View Post

    This one belongs to Tom (Double Ott) here on the forum (hope you don't mind me posting photos of your saw, Tom). It's a really nice Disston 3.5 footer, Also Perf lance teeth. Just finished tuning it and took it for a test run.







    Hope you enjoyed the pics.
    Treeline...Post away. Thank you so much for for all the magic that you worked on this one. You don't know how much I appreciate it. It is my first professionally sharpened & tuned crosscut...She'll be my baby. Beautiful clean, crisp and long noodles.

    My best regards, Tom
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    recently hung plum and norlund. plum I did a convex grind and worked well. Norlund had a small edge so kept it that way. didn't really take out any wrinkles or anything on it like I do most. Just kept it the way it was after cleaning and sharpening. this Norlund has a slightly large head than my other one(more blade edge)
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    The Norlund
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    Love this place,Summer seems so far off.


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    Is that a Plumb cedar axe on the underhand chop?

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    Default A few axes

    Here is most of my collection

    GB Small Forest Axe:
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    Same GB and two True Tempers:
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    The single bit I found with a broken handle while working for the USFS. The double bit belonged to my father in law, who cut a lot of timber in his life.

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    So I got this cruiser thinking it was just an old vintage no name. Turns out it's a Mann Edge Tool Co.

    This is going to be a great user for me, on to the pics



    cleaned up a little, I still like some of the rustic look to an old axe



    fitting the haft



    nice tight fit on the wedges



    and we're ready to chop


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    nice job, good photos ... ^

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