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    Posted 2 years ago

    lptools
    (28 items)

    Hello, I found this at the flea this past Sunday. Seller didn't know what to call it, others looked and still no definitive answer. I have a few guesses of my own, but I will wait until I hear from you guys/gals!!! It weighs in at 3 pounds, and the ball end looks like it has never been struck. The pins are actually nails, former owner put in a few coated nail replacements. I am guessing the original nails were hardened, as in a masonry nail, Thanks for looking, Lou

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    1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
      Meat tenderizer ? To kill those early air-bags ? Conch mallet ?
    2. McCoyNelson McCoyNelson, 2 years ago
      I wonder if this could have been an early automobile emergency tool when you're traped inside. I know the ball end would be used to break out a window but I have no idea what purpose the end with nails has. Seatbelts didn't exist back then so it might have been for something else. Could have been like BB said: early airbag "popper"
    3. slackjack, 2 years ago
      A stone carver would use this to texture the surface . Handle has been shortened/broken .
    4. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
      I thought of that but figure the "prongs" are too long for that. Hey McCoy, that's BB2 to you until I know you better. LMAO ! Had a friend who just moved to Dunkin, OK. Asked him what it was known for and he said, "For it's bypass". LOL !!
    5. lptools, 2 years ago
      Hello, All. Thanks for the replies. One of my early guesses was a Bush Hammer for concrete, never thought of stone. I will start looking in that direction.I think it's a little too heavy for a Meat Tenderizer, it would be more like a Meat Pulverizer!!!
    6. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
      Not too heavy if you start tenderizing before the animal is dead. LOL !
    7. lptools, 2 years ago
      Ouch!!!

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