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RE:Some New Toys 26 Mar 2007 23:57 #31

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Bill Adams wrote:
Red Port wine should be Left alone.
I disagree. Red Port wine should be enjoyed in the company of friends.
Starbord is green so you have things muddled well.
I do my best.
Try parking the truck in the opposite driection, with the anvil the other way.
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RE:Some New Toys 27 Mar 2007 00:13 #32

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Bill Adams wrote:
Starbord is green so you have things muddled well.

Bill
For running lights aboard a seagoing vessel yes. But for channel navigationg lights and markers in the Northern Hemisphere "Rules of the Road," If Rick is leaving red markers to port, he is headed out to sea! :D
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Here's the deal. I'm trying to keep it simple.
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RE:Some New Toys 28 Mar 2007 01:23 #33

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Well I bought several new toys yesterday which include 3 Flatland Forge hammers(2 clipping hammers and a driving hammer), a bellota clipping hammer, and a Forgemaster Forge.
I drove all around town today getting the LP parts necessary to get my forge up and running. 7 hours later I finally fired it up, smoke, and flames came out everywhere. I thought "What the #*!# is going on" then I realized I grilled my instruction manual. :eek: :mad:
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RE:Some New Toys 28 Mar 2007 02:22 #34

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Andrew Grimm wrote:
7 hours later I finally fired it up, smoke, and flames came out everywhere. I thought "What the #*!# is going on" then I realized I grilled my instruction manual. :eek: :mad:

Who reads the instructions anyway? It worked, that's all that counts. Now if it hadn't worked, you would have a problem and need the instruction manual.

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What part of "NO" don't you understand!!

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RE:Some New Toys 28 Mar 2007 03:39 #35

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Rick Burten wrote:
Thats "Haiku" T.N. :D

"Real shoers bend heels
light lager slakes growing thirst
Time is passed away"

Rick

That and "name that fuller for 200" if a flatland is the easy one, makes you wonder what the 1000 dollar question would be in that catagory.

I have enjoyed this thread
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RE:Some New Toys 28 Mar 2007 11:22 #36

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Just got one myself from Jim and Kathleen at the convention. They make great tools.
Had to go "field expediant" at Ricks clinic this weekend...didn't have ay inner tube with me, needed the creaser, and secured it with a bent over nail driven down the back of the handle. *note to self- set up your gear BEFORE you put it on the truck.
Oh, and don't put the tool on the handle backwards (3x) in front of a group of other farriers. :)

Mike

Hey Mike, I love it. Made me feel good that I am not the only one that does things like that. :D I know you just did that as an ice breaker and get the crowd to relax.

Your a brave man letting Rick use your new fuller.

As for the Journeyman anvil, had mine for 6 years and really like it. The horn is round enough and goes in and out of my chevy 1/2 ton easy enough for a short fat guy like me. Don't know if I could get it in and out of higher truck like Ford and Dodge. Reason I own a light duty chevy with weak springs, all the weight lowers the truck for me. :) Also gets my grinder and drill press to a good working heigth on the sides of the truck.

Just a plug for 1/2 ton chevy pickups with small V8's. Bruce Mathews and I are beating the hell out ours and they are holding up pretty good. Chev. should use us in a comercial. They go up and down mountains at long distances pretty good also handle deep holes at high speeds pretty well even after high mileage.
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RE:Some New Toys 28 Mar 2007 15:07 #37

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I needed a new driving hammer. Borrowed a Mustad from a friend(his extra). Was so good I told him he couldn't get it back. Got into the store today and got myself one. New toys - got'a love'm
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RE:Some New Toys 28 Mar 2007 18:35 #38

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beslagsmed wrote:
Who reads the instructions anyway? It worked, that's all that counts. Now if it hadn't worked, you would have a problem and need the instruction manual.

Mikel


True, very true.

It took all day today to get the plastic and it's smell burnt out of it.

I got a good deal on a Flatland Forge 14oz. driving hammer last night. I cant wait to use it. I used the 12oz. today and it drives very nice.

I also used the new clipping hammers today also and I like them both. I'm going to adjust the handles a little to suite and then they'll be perfect.
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RE:Some New Toys 29 Mar 2007 02:14 #39

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Andrew Grimm wrote:
True, very true.

I also used the new clipping hammers today also and I like them both. I'm going to adjust the handles a little to suite and then they'll be perfect.

I have thought about buying a clipping hammer as I buy all my shoes with no clips, then pull what I need. Have been using a ballpeen hammer which I get real good clips from. Don't know if the added expense is worth it or not. Wish someone around me had one I could try first.

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RE:Some New Toys 29 Mar 2007 02:21 #40

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beslagsmed wrote:
Don't know if the added expense is worth it or not.

Mikel


Depends on who you are.

Once I learned a little hammer control I can pull a functional clip with just about anything.

Did I need another expensive clipping hammer? No

Did I want one? YES

Dont get me wrong there very nice hammers. But, I certainly could've continue using the other clipping hammers I have.

Take care.
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RE:Some New Toys 29 Mar 2007 02:37 #41

I got a new T shirt this week from Genoa, NY. <G>

Dianne
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RE:Some New Toys 29 Mar 2007 03:16 #42

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Andrew,
Two cliping hammers? One for toes and one for quarters? One in each hand while the apprentice holds the tongs?

A rightous man regardeth the life of his beast. Proverbs 12:10
I don't give a damn for a man who can only spell a word one way. Mark Twain
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RE:Some New Toys 29 Mar 2007 11:04 #43

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Bill Adams wrote:
Andrew,
Two cliping hammers? One for toes and one for quarters? One in each hand while the apprentice holds the tongs?

Yes, 2 clipping hammers :)

One is a 2lb. cross pein and the other is a 2lb. cone shaped clipping hammer.

I'm trying to teach myself to be a well rounded shoe maker learning to use all the various tools of the trade.

Sometimes I wish I had an apprentice but I don't right now. However, if and when I do I may try the clipping idea with a helper holding the tongs. :D
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RE:Some New Toys 29 Mar 2007 14:54 #44

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I'm trying to teach myself to be a well rounded shoe maker
To be well rounded you need to join Tom, Rick, and myself in our resurch for our discussions on the virtues of Ale or Lauger. Results don't lie.
As to cliping hammers, I have my eye on the Flatland Forge cone type (Scott Davidson at a clinic called that type the "Kathlene"). I use an old modifided ball peen now that works fine but with no balance.
Bill

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RE:Some New Toys 29 Mar 2007 15:03 #45

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Bill,

I think you'd really like the Flatland Forge clipping hammer. I have one and I love it. My clips got 100% better when I sarted using that hammer.

Jeremy
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