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  1. Pickings, rather skimpy today

    Went out Barn Sale-ing....two stops were....meh. a panel saw, and not much else at the first stop. Framer's square at the second one.. At least I can READ this $2 square...the saw? Once I got the rust off, a fully readable etch appeared. There is an "8" inside the "D" 10ppi, 20" long crosscut Panel saw....everything looked good.. Except Disston never used this type of medallion. Hmmm...spent $2.50 for the saw. After hammering the plate flat and straight, and the rust removed....had to set things aside...Road Trip to pick up the GrandBRATS... Stopped at that place in Brandt, OH......fellow is getting too pricey to stop in any more...I spent $3 on a saw... 26" long, has 6points per inch. Has a strange etch.. Never really heard of it... small box at the top of the etch looks like a M9? Bolts? Don't get too excited.... Not sure when this style came out.. . Stamped as a "6". need to do some research on this saw Not that great a day, not that bad a day...meh. As for Brandt? Bypass the place. Way overpriced...18" F style clamp ( made in China) $18 each? same with a 24" and a 12" one...same price...and won't come down, either... Maybe tomorrow, I'll have better luck?
  2. Yard Sale day

    Not much on the yard sale trail, a little bit of rustiness. $1.30 for this mess...might clean up after a while.. Bought out half of the stack, no room for the other two...price per clamp? So far, I have $3.30 for tools this weekend....not that I'm cheap, or anything....just Frugal....
  3. June 1st Rust Hunting

    Bright and early ( for me..) and off to a few Yard sales.....first three....Meh, turned down a $10 D handled 1/2" drill....already have one... Finally, at the fourth stop......found a tub with my kind of saying on it... Tape along the one edge said "Make offer..." Added a couple items to the tub, and paid the $6.......That pair of Visegrips, and the Carpenter's nippers were a dollar each. Got home, and cleaned and sorted a bit, found a wobble bit... 1/2" drive, 19mm for an impact gun. Socket set is one of the black, Laser etched set. 3/8" drive. There were 4 ratchets in the tub, all 3/8" drive. There was even a flashlight in there! And...it even worked! Tape measure is a Made in China,meh. I'll have to look at the Chalk box to see IF it is a Stanley. String even has the hook still on the end,,,! Not sure what I'll do with the tire iron...may keep it under the van's seat...never know Maybe Saturday, or even Friday, I might have better luck? we'll see. Stay tuned....
  4. Hear ye hear ye hear ye, Woodcraft has released their long awaited May 2017 Sales Flyer! See at this link woodcraft.dcatalog.com/v/Woodcraft-May-2017-Flyer/ Please visit our sponsor Woodcraft and return the favor for their support of our woodworking community. Buy Woodcraft!
  5. Woodcraft has released their April 2017 Sales Flyer! Click on Sales Flyer to load their PDF. Or go HERE for the intro page. Woodcraft supports our TPW community through sponsorship and donations to our veterans events and projects, let's turn it around and show them we appreciate them! As with all our sponsors, we would not exist if not for them, their sponsorship allows us to pay the bills to maintain this community.
  6. Laguna Tools

    Laguna Tools is one our biggest donors to our charity events for the veterans projects we are involved in. Laguna Tools, owners Catherine Helshoj and Torben Helshoj, are both dedicated to the men and women who have served our nation. We are very fortunate to have them by our side in all we do. Please support Laguna Tools with your purchases, as they support us, and our veterans.
  7. Road Trip!

    On the road, looking for some rusty stuff. First place we stopped at had a bunch of stuff....Just needed a bunch of cash Like this get up. Didn't have a spare $100 bill to buy it with. Model number is a 3000. Oh, just around the corner of that barn, there was a "Parts" saw Label on it says Rockwell. Way too many issues, and no motor. And, no price... There was a bundle of saws sitting out on a flatbed trailer..4 saws for $2? Of the four, that Tool Box saw is JUNK, by Great Neck. There is a Disston National Hardware Special and a D-7 full sized saws. There is that panel saw with a steel plate riveted to the handle. Have the D-7 torn down, bolts cleaned up, and the two parts of the handle glued up in a clamp. Hmmm. Spent a whole $2 so far, On to the next sale site......not open? Ah late afternoon sale, not going to wait around town for five hours. On to the next on the list.. Found a place on Aldrin street. Had a router set up for a shop. Router tables, jigs, and a big box of bits.....$85? Well, already have all of that, pass. In the fron of the garage, a shaper with a cast iron top, and huge tray of cutters and jigs......$260? Pass. Got to looking around on the tables, picked up a box with two planes in it. Yep, two planes! The box was what that blue Great Neck Corsair C-4 smooth plane was sold it. The little blue object with it? A Little Giant Razor Plane, the one that was an oval (egg?) shape? Still has the Wilkinson blade in it! Haven't figured out who made the two chisels ....yet. This box was $6 plus two for the chisels....$8 total. Not too bad a day. Cheap. Other than going to Menards, to buy the wrong sized bandsaw blade ( return for the correct one tomorrow) and lunch. Not too bad a day...

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