||If you've ever had to dig out a nail that's been hammered flush, you'll
appreciate this tool. It will pull up to a 16 penny nail with minimal damage
to the wood. The handle is made from ¾” octagon tool steel;
oil or water hardening steels can be commonly found in this size. The jaw
is made from ¼” x 1½” tool steel, also easy to
find in bar or plate.
|The Journal takes a look at cookery for the on-the-go blacksmith. It's
based around heating food with iron that has been heated in a forge. Learn
how to use a cooking wand for anvil top cooking, toast bread in a pendulum
toaster or cook hot dogs in a hardy tool roaster.