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This one might be a bit harder then some..... but then again it might not be.

Take a look and give it a shot. 100 points and the win for the first one to tell us what this tool is for and how it is used.

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This tool is used to install hooks. The hook end fits comfortably in the botton of the tool and the tool is used to screw the hooks into wood. I use this tool to screw "J" hooks into my ceiling joists in the workshop to hang small items. It is used like a screwdriver for hooks that screw into wood.

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Billwolley said:
This tool is used to install hooks. The hook end fits comfortably in the botton of the tool and the tool is used to screw the hooks into wood. I use this tool to screw "J" hooks into my ceiling joists in the workshop to hang small items. It is used like a screwdriver for hooks that screw into wood.

Bill
You know these work very well for putting in hooks. This one the handle comes off and the hex shank fits in a drill for power hooking....

The points are on the way.

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Thanks for the points Ed. Those were easy. I'm banging my head against the PC monitor trying to figure out #130 with the can of tomato sauce (no salt added), the can opener, and the pencil. That one is a stumper. COULD THAT BE IT? A stump removal tool using tomato sauce? hmmm Not likely.
 
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