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Was cleaning the blades to this saw the other day, and wanted to clean up the abused handle. Pictures below. Bolt and nut in the front the prior owner crushed the wood and the other "thing" which looks like a bolt? or.... which won't come out (at least not easily). Notice no hole on other side for 2nd fastener.
On a few occasions since mid January and while beginning held weather hostage, I've managed to hit a few fleas markets. Below are most of the bounties that chose to return home with me. I'll have a few other threads on some separate, tool specific picks. I apologize for lack of real time posts...getting warm enough weather to take the pictures then getting motivated to retrieve from my phone storage is the excuse. Enjoy the show and thanks for watching. Yep, yet another B&D drill; Two files from Habitat for Humanity Restore A new, unused pulley (hey you never know); 50 cents; Prized find was an eight station gold finch feeder for 75 cents. It's actually in very good condition; this style is hard to find locally now. H-F 25' tape measure...it was free but had nothing to do with the picture; just wanted to show it off. 3/8", single speed. Kinda' rough, but does work. $2; cord is a little scary; I may not refurb it but use as parts mule. front bearing plate seems good. Nicholson file; other than surface rust, perfect condition with handle. 50 cents 3-sided file...either Cascade or Cabcade? Other side shows USA. good teeth, surface rust, 50 cents Yep, yet another B&D drill. I seriously may have a problem. 1/4", 2 speed; works great, just needs cleaned and likely the bearing gear plate grease replaced I have another of these and use it often. I really like the 2 speed function. I gave my max limit for these model drills, $5 but it came with a "special bit" "Special bit" from above drill; it may be a special metric shank, IDK. Pay shipping and it's yours free; "Vintage" Great Neck No 97A spiral ratcheting drill/driver. In like new condition except missing of the drill bits. These were "knock-offs" of the Stanley Handyman 33H's. Probably thinking Made in Japan since it was Great Neck...Made in England. Fullers were made in Japan. They had a plastic lock ring on the chuck. Popular Woodworking book primarily writte nby Chris Schwartz $1; Shop made maple? push block; Excellent $1.50 Very little wear/use on it. (3) of the 13"w, (1) of the 10"w; red oak, all $1.95/ea; gotta' be good for something...maybe even drawer fronts. Well, thanks for looking.
Seems i have a collection of sorts. If one gets a might dull, I can just grab another. Group shot? Only three, and there is one in a drawer at work, too. First up Wards Master Quality. Note the fancy handle? Some sort of amber coloured plastic. Next Great Neck No. 50. Even has GREAT NECK cast into the hard rubber handle. Next... Union Mfg. Co. made hacksaw. note the fancy wood handle? Most of these were a $1 at yard sales over the years. The one in the work tool box? I THINK itis another Great Neck one, can't remember now....