Axe, large scraper and some other thing

crj1968

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Here are a few more that my new found friend showed me.

The axe from Arizona and the other two from Oregon.... What do you guys/gals think of the stone with the groove?

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We have lots of those on the right in our area....different sizes also. We refer to them as "anchor weights" or "hide stretchers."
 

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Here's just a few of our net weights, anchor weights and hide stretchers. The two small ones at the bottom are bolas stones.
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I think Steve nailed it. Some of these were used when heated to take kinks out of shafts. Can you tell what kind of stone it is?
 
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Hi everyone- was traveling and unable to respond- thanks for the responses...

TC... The groove on the stone is only on one side. I do not know the type of stone but it seems rather soft....



Thanks again!
 
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