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Name that Tool

Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by crealbilly, Jul 25, 2017.

  1. May 22, 2018
    Nardo

    Nardo Lovin' The Homestead

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    My phone crashed and it'll be a few days before I can fix that. I had some pics I wanted to upload here. :he
     
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    Farmer Connie

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    milkmansdaughter

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    @Brightsea, that was my first thought too, used for logging to break up jams.
     
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    milkmansdaughter

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    My son think it looks like a firemans tool to poke holes in a door to vent or to pull the door open. He thinks it's a fire hook.
     
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    milkmansdaughter

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    I wish I had access to my parents old pictures right now, but they're 900 miles away. @CrealCritter, like stated by NHH, I think the old loggers poles looked just like that, used in upper Michigan and Wisconsin. My mom's grandfather was a logger, and my dad's uncle's ran the logging camps. We've got tons of great old pictures, I just don't have them here.
     
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