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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuddy View Post
    Larry ............let's save this soul while we can.........
    Too late! I found this link ( http://househandle.com/ ) in another thread and with the new knowledge from "An Ax to Grind" I'm definitely dangerous. muhahahaha!

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    You are a goner now, only the worst of us have found house handle, me and the Geezer been over there a couple times!

    Every axe nut dreams of a endless supply of hafts and House is it, good luck!

    BTW the is no AA for Axe nuts!

    Larry
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    Before you know it you'll be a member of the axe mob. Hope you picked up that Plumb...A nice Plumb double bit is still a good deal for $20.

    Tom
    Double Ott.... aka: Tom.... "The Axe Mob "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Ott View Post
    Before you know it you'll be a member of the axe mob. Hope you picked up that Plumb...A nice Plumb double bit is still a good deal for $20.

    Tom
    Just so happens I was driving by the place again today and it followed me home. Soaking in Vinegar now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragon63005 View Post
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    I think you might be hooked
    Yeah, I told the wife about the "Ax Mob" patch and what it meant and she laughed. She said I was a "Bush-Nerd" because only such a person would say "look I took this old ax and made it new again" and know others that thought it was a cool enough idea to make "colors" for the club. LOL

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    Heres what a almost new Plumb looks like, got it yard saleing, still has some of the sticker on the handle too.

    Yours looks totally intacct, no root grubbing done with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oregon Jim View Post
    Yeah, I told the wife about the "Ax Mob" patch and what it meant and she laughed. She said I was a "Bush-Nerd" because only such a person would say "look I took this old ax and made it new again" and know others that thought it was a cool enough idea to make "colors" for the club. LOL
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    Nice find!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Ott View Post
    Many of the experienced loggers would rasp a flat edge on the end swell of the handle on either the thin or the thicker side of the bit (your choice). That way they could tell by a quick feel of the end of the handle which edge they were using without having to look at the head. A small flat on the end of the haft would not effect the handling of the haft at all.

    Tom
    excellent info. thanks.

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