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Drawbore Pins & Hole Boring

Drawbore Pins & Hole Boring

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  1. Auger Gimlets: set of 7

    £9.90

    Auger gimlets are a classic tool commonly found in hand tool woodworkers toolchests. They are used for drilling small holes, typically for pre-drilling screw holes to prevent the wood from splitting when the screw is driven, but they can be used anywhere a small neat hole is required.

    Gimlets are great fun to use, ideal for kids and are a useful lightweight drill for bushcraft and green woodworking.

    Sizes included in the set: 2...

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    Ray Iles Drawbore Pins 3/8" Beech Carver Handle

    £62.50
    Drawboring is a traditional technique for tightening and reinforcing a mortice and tenon joint. A hole is bored transversely through the mortice and another (fractionally offset) through the tenon. Drawbore pins are then inserted from either side and twisted so that their slightly eccentric grind pulls the joint up tight. The drawbore pins are removed and replaced with a very dry hardwood peg. Once you become aware of them you will find...
  3. Jon Mac Bushcraft Auger Set

    £65.00

    Developed in collaboration with carving instructor Jon Mac, this kit was designed as a backpackable lightweight drill set for drilling a sensible range of hole sizes in wood when you are off grid.

    The ability to drill holes in a bushcraft situation can be quite liberating, you can make holes for lanyards and lashings, tap trees for sap, use mortice and tenon joinery for shelters, stools, cooking stands… In fact, it’s proba...

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