Right angled broomhandle

  1. Screwdriver

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    Fiddling about with some odd scraps. I made this out of an old broomhandle and some mahogany (my ex girlfriends ex window frame).

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    But what's it for???

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    It is for something....
     
  2. eLuSiVeMiTe

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    Sweeping around corners obviously. :)
     
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  3. Screwdriver

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    You're first in the prize draw (you're not gonna win).

    Next picture will probably give it away but I want to see what else turns up.
     
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  4. gordon stephenson

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    Using that brush would drive you round the bend.
     
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  5. Slowcoach Member

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    Is it a two person mallet
     
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  6. eLuSiVeMiTe

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    Somebody had to say it,nth ought I'd get in there first
     
  7. Tangledfeet

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    Is it left-handed or right-handed..?
     
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  8. Screwdriver

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    Right hand and clockwise.
     
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  9. Screwdriver

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    Meh. I can't wait. Let's see if it's obvious...

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  10. Tangledfeet

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    I think you should seriously consider the remaining three market sectors... :D
     
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  11. angellonewolf

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    sorry im stupid still dont know
     
  12. dobbslc

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    :dontknow:
     
  13. Ruffian Member

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    Sweeping off the top shelf to get rid of its dust. But with a low ceiling height.
     
  14. johnser

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    Rudder?!
     
  15. Screwdriver

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    [​IMG]

    One door goes one way, one the other.

    Because of reasons! ;)
     
  16. 500e

    500e Always buy fire insurance a flood is hard to start

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    I think you need to get out more :D
     
  17. Screwdriver

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    The ramp grabs the almost shut door and firmly pushes it against the other.

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    I had to make the inner latch removable, largely in case it didn't work. But it works beautifully.
     
  18. Screwdriver

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    I was out. Not my house. Paying job. :thumbup:

    I blame Sketchup.

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  19. frank horton

    frank horton V twins are great but 4"s rule.........

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    they did somfink like that on an Alaska prog....except they used antlers.....
    ish I had the time to mess about......oh u lucky man......
     
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