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I still have more points then I know what to do with so I'll keep this up for another couple of times. Besides liking to get my points is this something we at the forum would like to see more of?????

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So tell me about this next item, what is it? First correct answer get 100 points.
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Looks like this one is the stumper Ed. Two pins set at a specified distance, perhaps a jig for locating handle holes?

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Looks like this one is the stumper Ed. Two pins set at a specified distance, perhaps a jig for locating handle holes?
No but I guess one could use it like that......

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this is not a wrench nor is it the only way to do the job....... any get a "hit" or "stike" from this? Now to confuse you a little more, one end is 1/32 the other "2/32"

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might be, could be, a device for preforming holes to insert screws instead of stop collar drills of today..........
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Could it be some sort of nail set.


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I am guessing a handle-less spokeshave.
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right angle robertson screwdriver
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Looks like a Tie Rod.
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Could it be some sort of nail set.
Not only could it be it is! I guess we all know how to set a nail so you know sometimes it is hard to hold then normal ones in place and this gets you off set enought to do the job. It is also nice because being so close to the nail the angle is a lot easier to hold.


Sooooooo yet again I'm sending 100 points your way.

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Where is the picture?
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