Antique rolling pin repair.

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Mike Davis

Mike
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The end pin was broke at the joint had to drill out the hole, turn a new pin, drill it to accept the original pin, turn down the old pin to fit inside the new one, and glue everything back together.









Good as... well... old. :rotflm:
 

sawman101

Bruce Swanson
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Nice restoration of an early American dangerous weapon! I hope Pam rewards your efforts with a delicious pie.:gar-Bi
 

Mike Davis

Mike
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Nope, this is for a friend at work. It was his grandmothers rolling pin. Hasn't been used in many years.

He found it when he was cleaning out his Dad's house. I think he and his wife are giving it to one of their friends.

(for the record, Pam and I have never hit each other nor any of our children.) :eusa_naug
 
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