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    a wattzit I made

    A couple guys here will know immediately what this is.
    Enneyhow, I needed one so I made one.
    Wood is stabilized mulberry.
    Overall length is 5 1/2" .
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails knapper.jpg  
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    Well I know it's not a masonic gavel so it has to be something for your flintlock.
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    nice handle. Is that a paint scraper? although it looks brass..... my first thought was a veneer hammer but on closer inspection im completely confoosed....
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    Frank that is a good looking piece. Kinda looks like a scraper I used that my granddad gave me after skinning pelts when I was trapping 50 yrs ago.
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    I know what it is, but I ain't tellin'. (I cheated, but the answer was just sitting there in plain sight.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    I know what it is, but I ain't tellin'. (I cheated, but the answer was just sitting there in plain sight.)
    I see what you mean Vaughn. Heck, I thought it was a back scratcher. Oh Well You Can't Win Them All.

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    Got it...
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    yup me too but the indians didnt use steel, just antler and bone and leather and another rock..
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    I think it's for a similar purpose Larry, but a little more modern...
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