Mystery Solved: February 2017 Mystery Tool Answers


February 2017 Mystery Tool A

February 2017 Mystery Tool A

Nail puller. Identified by Don Banwart, West Bend, Iowa; Tom Kaminski, Franksville, Wis.; Robert Palmersheim, Lawler, Iowa; Dennis Howard, Boyne Falls, Mich.; Linwood Windsor Jr., Onancock, Va.; Duane A. Johnson, Parkersburg, Iowa; David Robson, Everson, Wash.; Mike King, Salina, Kan.; Dennis Dingmann, Palo Alto, Calif.; Bob Mainquist, Courtland, Kan.; Lynn
R. Taylor, Tecumseh, Mo.; Lonnie Burgess, Greenwood, Mo.; Mike Allen, Scottville, Mich.; William Evans, St. Joseph, Mo.; Karl Sodders, Redkey, Ind.; Harold Parman, Topeka, Kan.; James R. Brown, Jamestown, Ohio; Ken Smith, Marshalltown, Iowa; and Stephen H. Jaouen, Greeley, Colo.

Alan Gustafson, Dairyland, Wis.; Ken Rau, Altamont, N.Y.; Donald Zubke, Waubay, S.D.; Norm Erickson, Pleasanton, Neb.; Homer L. Warner, Voorheesville, N.Y.; Richard Vlach, Auburn, Neb.; Howard Olson, Pigeon Falls, Wis.; Bill Bracy, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Larry Whitesell, Tipton, Ind.; Pernell Collett, High Point, N.C.; Doug Russell, White Sulphur Springs, Mont.; Darrell Pulscher, Sturgis, S.D.; Duane E. Pond, Berthoud, Colo.; Gary Wiese, Mankato, Minn.; John Keifer, Clinton, Pa.; Gary Finke, Oak Harbor, Ohio; Mike Boss, Akron, Ohio; Lew Payne, Remsen, N.Y.; Matt Ebert, O’Fallon, Ill.; and Dennis Bryant, Weston, Mo.

February 2017 Mystery Tool A patent

Image courtesy of Matthew Ebert.

John D. Crockett, East Falmouth, Mass.; Ray Dias, Hughson, Calif.; Al Jeske, Browerville, Minn.; Garrison Brown, Eastville, Va.; Loren Lindsay, Mankato, Minn.; Mike Lafever, Bolivar, N.Y.; Henry Sonneker, Bluffton, Minn.; Kevin Duntley, South Dayton, N.Y.; Bob Astry, South Dayton, N.Y.; Roger Hyatt, Salome, Ariz.; Jim Bolt, Corsica, S.D.; David J. Brown, Oldtown, Md.; Vern Notestine, Frankenmuth, Mich.; Skip Weed, Schuylerville, N.Y.; Richard Rulon, Avon, Conn.; Dean Wealing, Fowler, Ind.; Travis McCoy, Fairview, Kan.; Mil Harr, Denver, Colo.; Tommy Clark,
Canton, N.C.; and Wayne Luepke, Courtland, Minn.


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