help identifying tools

Discussion in 'Shop Talk' started by sapphira, Sep 18, 2005.

  1. sapphira

    sapphira Well-Known Member

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    Grandfather died awhile back and these tools were found in his desk.
    I would greatly appreciate help in identifying these as to what they are called.
    The long one is a drill - hand drill, spring loaded and the drill bits are in the holds in the handle. Have never seen one of these before. But the middle tool is all aluminum and very lightweight and no parts are moveable. Words on this one say kaywoodie, reamatic. The one on the right is not all aluminum, the gismo in the center screws out a little, and there is a thread in the handle end. no writing on it. No clue what these are for. Thanks in advance. Sapphira
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  2. Janon

    Janon 993cc Geo Metro

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    Did your grandfather smoke a pipe? I believe that is what these tools are for. Do a Google or EBay search - you'll probably find lots of info.

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  3. moopups

    moopups In Remembrance

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    The center tool is a pipe scraper, if the three blades do not move its because of lack of use or needs lubricated. Tool to the far right looks like it is a hand held drill chuck for light grade of work. Do the jaws move in and out?