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Ernest Mooney Warther Making Basswood Pliers with David Warther

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+15 1. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

My guess is that this is going to take a whole tree to perfect your first set of pliers. A very tall whole tree ;)
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+8 2. loadrunner commented 3 years ago

I think, I'll buy a tree, In the worst case I'll end up with a large supply of kindling
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+12 3. MindTrick commented 3 years ago

Those last cuts made me smile, that was awesome :)
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-8 4. WildMonkey commented 3 years ago

What possible function could they have? They don't look very sturdy to me, they look like they would snap under any significant pressure.
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+5 5. Geekster (admin) commented 3 years ago

#4 It doesn't need to have a function, just shows his impressive skills :D Just like skateboard tricks, practically useless but so nice to watch :D
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+8 6. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

#4 They are cotton wool ball pliers. Designed and patented in 1973 by Philip Morris of Sunderland. Designed for checking impurities in Wool balls before packaging.
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+4 7. stretchpadawan commented 3 years ago

What.. who. how.. HUH?!?! what the ...
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0 8. Scotsman50 commented 107 days ago

Hardware store £1.99 and you can use them on steel.8-)8-)