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MikeRock

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  1. Why are the arrows on the feed wheels pointing AWAY from the knife?
  2. Thank you Stewart. I've spent many hours on a bucket or in an ice house...... fun times. Just noticed all the feet prints.....great detail! God bless
  3. Happy New Year Stewart! Fun as always....... where are all the lures that got stuck to the pilings? I sure know I lost a lot of hooks, and someone could start an 'antique lure' collection from them. God bless!!
  4. "You are looking at a Herman Schwabe Clicker Press. This came out of a factory that shut down and we are helping them sell some of the equipment. This machine runs and cuts good. The cutting board will need a new top or resurfaced at least and it is missing an electrical box cover (a small one). We may have one for it. Overall this machine is an older machine but works great. Thank you for your Business!! Shipping can be arranged!! God Bless!!
  5. Herman Schwabe Clicker Press Model D Leather Rule Die Cutter VIDEO LINK
  6. Might be they'd have to put in over a campfire tonight, heading to zero degrees F. We've got three litters of baby piggies, American Mulefoot hogs, born in the last two weeks, plus the teams, so they little guys are busy tonight. We appreciate their help!
  7. The Nisse (Norwegian) help out in the horse barn all year long. They deserve.....no, Demand, a bowl of good porridge on Christmas Eve, as their payment for a year of keeping things safe and running well. No porridge? Oh, the tricks they will play on you!! So we place a bowl of oatmeal in the horse area every year at this time. God bless you and your teams in the barns. Mike and Valerie
  8. A friend of mine just called and asked about the Singer 29UFA, SN 12,426,277. 1894. A lady wanted $900...... a tad pricey for sure. What's it really worth? A couple hundred? It sat in a shed and rusted up, she freed it up.
  9. Rahere, Second page looked like it was going to work, then said, "Unavailable"......rats!! I'd sure like a look as well. I have a bellows like that, 4' long. A few mouse chews to repair. It came out of the blacksmith shop on the east end of Main Street in Mt. Horeb, WI, in 1974. I helped an antique dealer clean out the shop. Fun times for a soon to be ABANA member, Lumpkin, GA. I brought home the bellows and cone in a 1967 VW Beetle with the back folded down. The cone mandrel in the front seat made the car rather lopsided going down the road.
  10. Wow.. looks like Kirk Douglas in Man from Snowy River.....
  11. Hell, you can work by lantern light, and if sewing gets boring you can use the cream separator (thing with the three support arms) :))
  12. Neat! How much of a PITA is it to unsnap and resnap the retaining strap all the time? Would the drill be firmly held without the strap? Retention straps are my pet peeve, so no offense. That is a VERY cool holster!! Thanks for sharing. God bless.
  13. Now THAT is funny! God bless
  14. Ed, Thanks for that tip. God bless
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