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    What is this thing?
    Looks like maybe something left over from a lathe project?

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    cutter tooth from a auger, drill head or rotomill etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleek Freak View Post
    cutter tooth from a auger, drill head or rotomill etc.
    You think that's a single tooth from an auger!? That thing is like at least five pounds. Like from a drill rig?

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    I'll guess it's a penetrator tip for an anti-armor round.
    So many projects, so little time

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    you asked what it was.. that style tooth is made for many applications from small to huge. look up auger and bore cutting teeth.

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    Tooth from auger for foundation drill used in rock

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    Looks like one big ass plumb bob

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    Yup it’s a drill/core barrel tooth for drilling. I’ve replaced hundreds of them. 😁

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    The small part of the shank is missing a barrel clip the at helps hold it in the pocket.

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