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  1. Like new Barry King 48oz mallet! There are a few scuffs on the brass nut, otherwise very little use to the nylon head. Carefully-crafted mallet is a true work of art. Durable nylon head stands up to heavy-duty use. Contoured handle offers extra cushioning and is comfortable in the hand.
  2. Barry King tools on eBay now!
  3. Hi, I recently bought a Barry King swivel knife and want to make sure that I keep the blade in the right condition. I'm new to the craft and I don't trust myself to manually hold a consistent angle on a stone. Previous posts I've seen recommend a Chuck Smith Big Red jig. Though, I'm having trouble finding a place selling these online. Does anyone know a good source for these? Or, is there an alternative jig that would work?
  4. Hi everyone! Awhile back I purchased a Barry King small awl handle and awl blade. The awl handle is the small sized collet style with the flat side. The blade is the size 1 blade. The issue I'm having is the blade slips in the collet regardless of how tight I get the hex nut. I'm using the smaller end of the collet and the blade is super tight (difficult to insert by hand) but slips when I try to use it. I'm familiar with collets (Dremel tools, lathes, mills, pin vices, exacto knives etc.) what am I doing wrong? Any help is greatly appreciated.
  5. pepin1948


    Hi Friends Due to serious problems of healt in my eyes, and an strong and continous arthritys i have to close my beloved shop.I will put it in ebay. Is full of the best tools and stamps that I was able to collect trhoug the years .Gomph round knives as Bob Dozier ones, Bob beard and Barry King stamp tools... I hope that my beloved tools will have life in other hands I will link to ebay and hope you will enjoy it
  6. Hey all. I'm interested in seeing some up close detail pictures focusing on the cutting edge of Barry King's and Jeremiah Watt's horse shoe brand french edgers. I'm showing a #5 from Ron's tools. I'd like to see a comparison. Thanks. Mike Oops, I can't upload a pic bigger than 1.46 mb. I'll see if I can figure it out.
  7. Hi guys thanks for checking my listing out! i have a great collection of hand tools that i have collected for my use but unfortunately do to my current health reasons i must sell them all, i can not do the leather work i truly love any more, there for everything is up for grabs. i always like the but the highest quality of tools and materials so here is the list, before you read any further you should know, it is a PACKAGE DEAL, i WILL NOT split anything up, because of my health reasons i simply do not have the will to do so. according to my estimation i have SPENT about $3800 for these tools and such but i am only asking $1525 including shipping anywhere in the USA, sorry no international shipping. i will only accept USPS money order or Paypal as a payment option. i have not posted on Ebay yet, i wanted to give the users of this forum the first chance because i love this forum and i surely learned alot of things here and met a lot of awesome people. please do not be shy to message me with any question you might have, thanks and take care. P.S. if you are willing to pick them up in person and pay me in cash, i will deduct the shipping expense (abviously) and i have a large mystery box of goodies for u. 31 BARRY KING stamps, seeders, bevelers... (anything you would want from Barry King, great and super quality tools) 33 Vintage Carftsman stamps, most are not made anymore 5 HideCraft stamps 3 Craftool Edge Bevelers 1 Craftool Adjustable Groover 1 Craftool Overstitchers 3 Craftool Pro Modeling Tools 1 all metal Craftool Pro Modeling Styles 1/4 Craftool Pro letter stamp set in a box Craftool Pro Model Skiving knife 1 Chuck Smith Swivel knife 1 Carfttool Swivel knife 1 Tanglefoot Swivel Knife 2 Swivel knife sharpening guides 1Tandy Leather Factory Al Stohlman Brand Poly Head Maul Medium 3 Pro edge cocobolo wooden drill burnishers 2 hand edge burnishers 1 Terry Knipschield leather knife (truly amazing knife) 1 instruction book 3 pattern books
  8. Hello! I have a Barry King Common edger for sale that I have barely used. The edger is in very good condition. I am asking $45 shipped (in the US) I can't submit a picture because the files are too large but I would be more than happy to send it in an email. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
  9. I finally broke down and got myself a high quality tool, a Barry King Edger. The problem with nice tools is that I really want to keep it protected when not in use. This one in particular likes to roll well, so I need something I can stash it in right away when I am done using it. I am guessing the end product will be similar to a sheath, maybe with a clamshell like opening so I can snap it shut for storage. I have not been able to find any threads on the topic, so I just wanted to ask and see if anyone had any samples or solutions they like for protecting a single tool like an edger. Thank you, Andy
  10. 33 Barry King Stamps FOR SALE 22 are brand new 11 are about a year old but in perfect condition I'm selling to get money together for Christmas presents that's the only reason they're going anywhere. About 15 Geometric About 10 Border About 8 Tooling (Seeders Bevelers Baclgrounders) Send me a message and I will give you my email and send pics thank you
  11. Hello all, After a few simple no-sew projects, I've decided I should learn to stitch. I've watched a couple of videos, have the Stohlman book on order, and now it's time to buy an awl. I've read enough to know I should avoid Tandy and the other inexpensive version, so I'm looking at the Barry King hafts and blades (available from the same source). Good choice for a first tool, or should I pick something else? Which one? I have medium sized hands (7.5" tip to wrist). My guess is the small haft with the flat side, but if someone has a better idea, I'm all ears! Blade: Are the Barry King blades good for a beginner, or should I bite the shipping bullet and make a second order from Bob Douglas? Blade size? I'm working with small-ish projects (journal cover or smaller) and using ~5oz leather , 2-3 layers. Also, will one small blade cover most small to medium projects, or will I need more than one type? Thanks!
  12. The Leather Shop in San Pedro, California is seeking an experienced leather crafter to be a team member in our shop. We hand craft leather belts, bags, wallets, dog collars, leashes...you name it. Seeking a leather crafter that has experience and their own hand tools that can build products unsupervised. We have tried training newbies and we are too busy to train someone from the ground up in leather craft. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone that truly LOVES crafting leatherwork and giving their ALL. Requirements: -No felonies, drug addicts, thieves or drunks. -HIGH moral integrity and values. -Great work ethic. -Turn key skills and must truly care about quality of work you put out. *****Bonus if you carve well. This is a FIRST class leather shop and you can see photos of our shop below and if you are interested please PM me rather than commenting. Again, this team member position is in San Pedro, California (Los Angeles Harbor area) and if you are serious about applying, let me know. I would love to meet you for a phone interview.
  13. Just wondering if anyone knows where I could get some Barry King Wyo quik slik in Canada?
  14. Im looking to Buy some Barry King stamps or hand tools, edgers awls and such. i have cash in my PAYPAL ready to go, if you would like to part with them just let me know. thanks!
  15. I am from overseas and will be in Arizona for the summer and was hoping to stock up on quality tools for leather carving and tooling. I was wondering if anyone could recommend somewhere in Arizona where I might be able to buy tools from someone who is really skilled in tooling. I brought some of my work with me hoping to have a professional see where I can improve and what tools I should buy to help improve my work. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thanks!!!
  16. Looking to buy stamps to upgrade my collection also a new swivel knife and small maul. looking for suggestions as well as anyone who might have some they would part with. thank you
  17. Offered as a complete set. 74 Barry King Stamps + 3 swivel knifes and blades (border and bead included) Here is as complete a list as I could put together and their retail prices for comparison. I am offering the entire set at 50% off retail, but must take all. Prices shown below are for comparison only. I am offering at half that. List... bevelers checkered sheridan 00 $25.00 bevelers checkered sheridan 1 $25.00 bevelers checkered sheridan 2 $25.00 bevelers checkered sheridan 3 $25.00 bevelers smooth sheridan 00 $25.00 bevelers smooth sheridan 1 $25.00 bevelers smooth sheridan 2 $25.00 bevelers smooth sheridan 3 $25.00 bar grounder #35 3 $30.00 bar grounder #35 5 $30.00 bar grounder #35 7 $30.00 bar grounder #35 9 $30.00 round grounders #2 full $35.00 round grounders #2 half $35.00 checked back grounders teardrop 1 $35.00 checked back grounders teardrop 2 $35.00 mule feet 1 $30.00 mule feet 2 $30.00 mule feet 3 $30.00 leaf liners 1 $30.00 leaf liners 2 $30.00 Flower Centers $35.00 Flower Centers $35.00 Flower Centers $35.00 Flower Centers $35.00 Flower Centers $35.00 Flower Centers $35.00 seeds lined 2 $25.00 seeds lined 3 $25.00 seeds lined 4 $25.00 lifters 1 $25.00 lifters 2 $25.00 lifters 4 $25.00 center pods $25.00 center pods $25.00 center pods $25.00 center pods $25.00 flower centers plain 2 $25.00 flower centers plain 3 $25.00 flower centers plain 5 $25.00 flower centers ring $30.00 seeds plain $20.00 seeds plain $20.00 seeds plain $20.00 fluted camo 1 $35.00 fluted camo 3 $35.00 fluted camo 5 $35.00 lined camo 1 $30.00 lined camo 3 $30.00 borders 7 seed $35.00 borders 7 seed $35.00 borders lined petal $40.00 lined sepentine w dot $40.00 geo crescent shell 3 $50.00 geo waffle 3 $50.00 seashell 2 $35.00 seashell filler 2 $35.00 basket celtic 3 $50.00 basket double rope 3 $50.00 basket 3 dot 2 $50.00 Thumbprints smooth 0 $25.00 Thumbprints smooth 2 $25.00 Thumbprints smooth 4 $25.00 Thumprints - vertical 1 $30.00 Thumprints - vertical 3 $30.00 Thumprints - vertical 4 $30.00 Thumprints - horizontal 1 $30.00 Thumprints - horizontal 3 $30.00 Thumprints - horizontal 4 $30.00 vieners - smooth 3 $25.00 vieners - lined 1 $25.00 vieners - lined 2 $25.00 veiners - lined and scalloped 0 $30.00 veiners - lined and scalloped 3 $30.00 swivel knife 1/2" $45.00 swivel knife 1/2" $45.00 swivel knife 1/2" $45.00 border blade 3/16 $25.00 beader blade 1/8 $25.00 total $2,445.00 Now... What I offer is this list, shipped for $1200. Most of these have never been struck. Those that have, very little. These are like new. I can send more pictures. Barry put this together about 5 years ago for me and some are not on his site, like the lined serpentine with dot. I have tried to identify these as much as possible (types and sizes). You may do better but it should be really close. Pictures are worth a 1000 words so look there for more info on size and type. A great set to flip or get someone started. Need a USPS MO in hand before shipping. No PayPal or personal checks.
  18. So I've never used a beveler or worked with leather in any way. I watched a Tandy tutorial that calls for Craftool B202 L&R bevelers. I looked them up and they appear to have a checkered pattern. I am confused about the L&R... does the left and right refer to the direction of the lines in the impression? or what? I haven't seen any other bevelers which are L&R? Additionally, is there an equivalent that I could buy that would do the same thing, but with just one tool? I'm thinking of just buying a few tools from Barry King, and bypassing Craftool stuff. I haven't bought ANY bevelers, so I was just going to start with one or so and go from there.
  19. Anyone used a Barry King grooved edger? Any thoughts on it? I'm considering purchasing a set, but I would love some feedback before I do. And pro or cons vs their common edger? My primary goal is a nice round edge on the leather, and a tool that is easy to sharpen.
  20. I want to order a Barry King swivel knife, but I don't know which one to get. There are different barrel sizes, different blade sizes and angled versus straight blade. Too many options... help! I have medium sized hands for a woman. I have never used a swivel knife, but I am pretty dexterous. (Hand-spinner and weaver for over 20 years.) I plan to work on mostly small to medium sized leather projects (belts, wallets, small cases.) (I don't know what makes the difference for making the choice, so I'm trying to give whatever info that may be pertinent.) Thanks!
  21. I was wondering if someone could give me some advice on which Barry King tools would make a nice starting set for Sheridan tooling. On his website the recommended size lists more than I can comfortably afford at the moment. I've already ordered a BK 16 Oz Round Maul and a BK 1/2 x 3/8 straight blade swivel knife, as well as a few other tools elsewhere. So now it looks like I should focus on (please correct me if I'm wrong) a beveler, pear shader, camouflage, veiner, seeder, and a background tool. Which sizes would be ideal?
  22. I just found this leather worker.net website. I don't use the computer much. I have several Barry King, Ron's Tool Company, and many other hand tools and machines for sale. All tools are in like new condition. Some have never been used and some have built one saddle and a few wallets and belts. I bought all these tools new. Shortly after purchase I got hurt and didn't use them anymore. I am unable to pursue this avenue so I need to liquidate these things. Feel free to email me with any questions (harleykdh@yahoo.com).
  23. So, I just ordered a variety of stamps from Barry King and the guy I was talking to was extremely knowledgable and very helpful. I got a bunch of the things I need and while we were closing out the transaction I asked who I was speaking with. Turns out it was Barry himself! I don't know why I expected it to be someone else, but I was pleasantly surprised and the service was outstanding! Barry listened to what I was trying to do, and was able to guide me to the tools I need and he was able to explain WHY i need them in order of importance, AND work with my budget. I highly recommend you give him a call if you want to purchase high quality tools and deal with a first rate company! Mike .
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