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Hammer Has A Chisel Inside
"It hangs on the side of my tractor in a pvc mounting bracket. I find all kinds of uses for it," says Eric "Moose" Petrevich, Glen Gardner, N. J., about his homemade hammer with a chisel hidden in the handle.
  He made the hammer out of a 2-ft. piece of threaded 1 1/8-in. dia. steel pipe. The chisel is welded to the metal end cap that screws onto one end of the pipe. A hammer head is welded to the other end.
  "I made it because I found that often whenever I needed a hammer I also needed a chisel," says Petrevich. "Carrying both tools all the time was a pain, and often the chisel got lost."
  He drilled a hole in the end cap and stuck the chisel through so its hitting end extends just outside the end cap.
  The "Moose Mallet" fits inside a short length of pvc pipe mounted on his tractor. He also takes it scuba diving. A chain link welded to the top of the hammer head serves as a handy carrying loop.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Eric "Moose" Petrevich, 210 Route 513, Glen Gardner, N.J. 08826 (ph 908 638-3433; eric@megageek.com).

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2009 - Volume #33, Issue #5