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  1. Show us a picture of it with the trigger pulled all the way back.
  2. Beautiful Detail on the Sticker! It has allot more detail, than some Countries Currency that i have seen! Very Nice!
  3. Your tube tester is fantastic, and brings back great memories of a simpler time. I remember they were located all over town, but our local drug store is the one we used. You tested your tube, and if i...
  4. Kinda like this, but for a round tool like a breaker bar or ratchet....... http://toolguyd.com/wrench-extender-cheater-bar/
  5. First thing that comes to mind, is a cheater bar, that slides over a ratchet or breaker bar for more leverage, but just my first guess.
  6. Hello: Pictures 1 and 2 are good, but 3 and 4 are repetitious. Can you replace 3 and 4, showing another position of your device? Also, are there any marks on it what so ever?
  7. Another Great looking knife you have jearve!
  8. G'day jearve: Fine looking Machete you have! The way the handle is attached, kinda looks like the hot poured rivet method, as the John EK commando knives had, is that correct? Very Nice blade design a...
  9. Absolutely Gorgeous!!!!!! This is how i remember things made in the 50's, where they took the time and effort to make things look like a piece of working art! I found one page you may or may not have...
  10. Say Slackjack, Look at post #7, as lzenglish already answered it with proof 2 days ago!
  11. Then i call it a multi function hook knife. Sharp on the inside only, hawkbill knife, Sharp on the outside only, came lead cutter knife.
  12. If your knife in the center photo, has an edge on the underside, it could be a stain glass lead Came knife. I have a Don Carlos Came knife, that has that same profile. Question: Does it have an edge ...
  13. Ah Yes, the good ole 8 track. I still have one that is an all in one. am/fm/8 track, and turntable. I even have the 8 track to casset adapter for it, but never use it. Radio Shack was Great for small ...
  14. Gillian, I can see why, as that link is not the one i originally posted, or has been modified. I have no idea why, and do not remember the key words i used to find a whole page of the item B.Smith wa...
  15. As far as i can tell, you have an antique measuring scoop with cutter that dates back to 1901. Here is a whole page of them to help you move your search forward. Good Luck! https://www.google.com/s...
  16. No problem rja1235. The question he asked was "IS The Bottom of the Tube Open? Or is it Capped"?
  17. You still alive rja1235? I'm still waiting for some sort of response from you, to the questions asked, so i can offer my own opinions?
  18. Pilots Survival Knife. I believe from the 1950's to the 1970's, but not positive. frisco https://www.google.com/search?q=vintage+camillus+survival+knife&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS760US760&tbm=isch&tbo=u&s...
  19. I agree with lzenglish, as i have owned one just like it for years now. frisco
  20. Yeah, I'm the liar, and you are the saint Lucas!!!!!! PS Read yours an jacky's facebook pages !!!!! Listen, I will be quitting CW soon, so don;t loose sleep as i will be gone soon!
  21. BUT, ON THE OTHER HAND, YOU HAVE NO PROBLEM. REFFERING TO OUR PAST PRESIDENT BUSH AS A "HITLER", AND SPARE NO EXPENSE ON REFFERING TO THE USA, AS A HELL HOLE?111111111111111111 kEEP YOUR POLITICAL VI...
  22. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5WJJVSE_BE
  23. Sounds like you have done your homework, and know more about it than I do. We here at CW are not allowed to give appraisals, but maybe another member can give you more info, and direct you to a site t...
  24. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbJRpO0zj8Y
  25. By George I think You got it slackjack! Nice Work! http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Fireman-Spanner-Hose-Wrench-Firemens-Tool-Wrenches-Fire-Tools-/131682143216?nma=true&si=EmNZJHhTVLy1LGQ8NVjAZO%252...
  26. Great post, that woke up 2 memories for me, of the 50's-60's era! I was raised, and lived in Trailers, until I was about 14. Each and Every night at bed time, (usually in the summer), Dad would break ...
  27. Jscotto363: I think this one is complete as shown in the lower right hand corner of the 1897 Bradley Hardware catalog link you provided the OP. AnnaB: These things were made by several companies, ...
  28. This is a lesser deluxe version, of the brass ring expander set, that was solved on CW sometime back, but works the same way. I also found a look alike of your "TREX", marked "SPEEDY" in the link belo...
  29. They appear to be piston ring expanders, but I'm not familliar with this company name, so I cannot give you a reference link for them.
  30. Well lz, the big guy got into a yelling match with the driver, about IBS this and IBS that. The driver said sit down, and shut up! The big guy finally did, and proceeded to unleash a sheet storm in hi...
  31. This is So Cool!!!!! I would Not have passed it up either! I have so many memories of ridding the "DOG", most were bad, but now that I'm getting older, they are funny to me for the most part now! Like...
  32. Never seen anything like it, Nice Find !
  33. Sting, I was snooping around for more info on your escape axe, and found the following: The design was patented in 1938, by the Chillington tool company, in the UK. Patent number 515767. Now they were...
  34. Your Welcome Sting. I would think an emergency tool like this should at least have the head painted a red or orange color, to find it easy in an emergency. I have seen similar tools before, but off ha...
  35. I think this is how it came from the factory, judging by some look alikes online. Very Nice! http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/usaf-raf-ww-2-bomber-escape-axe-b17-b24-b25
  36. Your Very Welcome!
  37. Looks like it is a "Lockwood Brothers", try this link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-CX-LOCKWOOD-BROTHERS-SHEFFIELD-REAL-KNIFE-PAMPA-FOLDING-KNIFE-STIDHAM-/171814256096
  38. I have seen both of these devices used on my Favorite TV Program, DR. Poll Vet, on Saturdays at 11:am. Happy New Year To You and Yours!
  39. Hello: Does the mark on your knife resemble the hen and Rooster mark in the link below? http://iknifecollector.com/group/knifechicks2/forum/topics/hen-rooster-trademark
  40. Your Welcome, and Happy New Year to You!
  41. I have found that a few companies used a sticker ID tag, that always wore off of course. Now you may have something on the handle knurl pattern! Can you show a better picture of it? I know of at least...
  42. Can you show us the handle end? I want to see if it has a hole in it/ I assume it is 3 or 4 inches long judging by your thumb? I'm thinking oil lamp wick holder so far!
  43. I know nylon line is used, as I have had mine pop out, and had to put them back in the glass groove. How was/is the line attached to the metal uppers after installed with tension?
  44. BB2,That makes sense, and may be the answer to the riddle! Where would one search for an example of it? Eyeglasses construction? I will give that a shot.
  45. It is a "fish gripper", as opposed to stripper, made in japan in the 1950's. I own one myself. https://www.etsy.com/listing/166552046/alligator-mouth-antique-fish-gripper
  46. Rust, you always seem to come up with some very interesting "what is it's", and the bottom tool is no exception. I think we can agree it is a combo tool, one part duck bill pliers, and one part side c...
  47. It appears the word "AUTOGRAPH" is on the bottom line, but Why would you want to use it, not knowing what crud is engrained in the wood? This, to me is a display keepsake from your family, as you can ...
  48. I believe the bottom one in picture #2 was the most popular carry by the cops back in the day, and called a "Blackjack".
  49. I think the bottom one is a "Stillman saw set", of the mid 1800's. http://members.acmenet.net/~con12a/saw%20set%20website/wrestsawset.htm
  50. Nice HAF! Any idea if these were home made, or factory made? If not home made, who made them, if you know? Very Ingenious design, either way!
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