This one sucked pretty bad....
It was advertised saying, " tons of old hand tools."
Well, I guess there were, but most of it was dreck,
old tire irons, a million rusty Taiwanese screwdrivers
and hammers, 3 wrecked hand saws.
I found 2 intact Stanley block planes that I didn't
need, 3 Forstner bits, and a 16" long perfect handle
screwdriver. I didn't have one that big. There were some
rusty taper shank auger bits, but they looked too tired
Spent $10, and if I hadn't traveled all the way from
Riverside in nasty traffic, I wouldn't have bought
anything. You just can't go home empty handed. At least
my buddy who was driving had a transponder for the toll
lanes, so that helped speed the trip.
We stopped at what
used to be Rockler in Orange, but they have moved from
that location. Took us 15 minutes to get back on the
I gave Paddy a heads up on this one, but he said he
couldn't make it.
You done good not coming, Paddy! It wasn't worth the
the old Millrat in Riverside, CA.