CORRECT ANSWER REQUIRED

I did this promotion last year for a month or so and it was time consuming trying to find the correct answer. I believe I only submitted a correct answer once. I suspect many of you will still take a crack at it, and only a few of you will till be entering through 1/5/21.

"Duluth Trading Company will select two (2) Weekly Prize winners from among all eligible/correct answers of Weekly Drawing entries received during such Week"



Posted by: sweepsaddict on May 10, 2020

A google image search says it is a metal working hand tool

Posted by: mfeczer on May 10, 2020

tin snips

Posted by: boops on May 10, 2020

From my experience, the tools usually had pretty unique answers.

The prize isn't worth the aggravation to me, but I do hope someone from here wins

Posted by: sweepsaddict on May 10, 2020

I will try my best to help. This weeks tool is:

Iron Hammer Prybar Crate Opener (Hammer with spade spike)

Good luck!

Posted by: JC2533 on May 11, 2020

Thanks

Posted by: dgeesaman on May 11, 2020

I may not be good at this contest, but I find it fun It reminds me of the "what is it " segment at the end of this old house.

Posted by: DBWCE on May 13, 2020

Crate Hammer is answer given in contest,

Posted by: joshua1987 on May 20, 2020

FYI-Crate hammer is the answer for last week. They show the previous week's answer not the current week.

Posted by: ddharris42 on May 21, 2020

I hope this is not too late, but I believe this weeks tool is:

Antique Land Surveyors Tree Scribe (Handle with hook, pick, and flat head screw driver head on side)

Good luck!


Posted by: JC2533 on May 25, 2020

I believe you nailed it JC2533-thanks!

Posted by: scott2663 on May 26, 2020

RACE KNIFE is answer given

Posted by: joshua1987 on May 27, 2020

I hope they are taking into consideration other terms/names for the tool. Here is a definition of a race knife:

Race knife also known as a timber scribe (scorer, tree marker) is a knife with a U-shaped end sometimes called a scoop knife for cutting marks in wood by lumbermen, carpenters, coopers, surveyors, and others.

So, a tree scribe is another name for that tool.

Are they that specific in this contest? If so, then it really is not worth the effort.

Posted by: JC2533 on May 27, 2020

Well, we will see how this one goes.....According to my research, this weeks tool is a:

Timber framing slick

If it somehow turns out to be splinter remover, then I quit this contest.


Posted by: JC2533 on May 27, 2020

This week: 5/29 After I submitted, I clicked SHOW ME THE ANSWER
The Answer was Race Knife

Posted by: crandreww on May 29, 2020

Race Knife was the answer for last weeks

Posted by: crandreww on May 29, 2020

Appears to be an offset kitchen slicer.
https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/htf-chicago-cutlery-118s-serrated-506387046

Posted by: douglasrowe on June 14, 2020

Says it's a timber framing stick

Posted by: bentrd on June 15, 2020

bentrd the answers given are for the previous weeks contest.

Posted by: BlueCrab on June 21, 2020

circle cutter drill bit

Posted by: douglasrowe on June 28, 2020

Thanks Doug....

Let's hope they don't try to call it something else, like a "hair curling" attachment for Edward Scissorhands.

Posted by: JC2533 on June 28, 2020

Well Doug, it turned out to be a washer cutter.....This contest is not worth the effort.

Thanks for trying though.

Posted by: JC2533 on July 14, 2020



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