Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by goldenboy, Sep 16, 2007.

  1. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

    aye them were the days, now where's me bag of four penny nails!
  2. Trog

    Trog New Member

    Goldenboy, what's your honest opinion of Fox gear ?

  3. Mr Mike

    Mr Mike New Member

    Mafell AD160 Planer / Thicknesser
    Festool Midi Extractor
    Festool TS55 Circ + 1400, 1400 & 600 rails
    Blue Bosch 14.4 combi drill
    Makita 14.4 combi drill
    Makita 14.4 Impact Driver
    Blue Bosch Corded Planer
    Blue Bosch Corded GST2000 jigsaw
    Blue Bosch Corded SDS drill
    Fein Multimaster
    Metabo Duo Orbital Sander
    Festool OF1400 Router
    Makita Laminate Trimmer
    Dewalt Die Grinder
    Elu Biscuit Jointer
    Dewalt 18V Nailer
    Dewalt 712 chopsaw & legstand
  4. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    youre a bit touchy arent you innit. Hit a raw nerve have I. Oh and by the way you mug if you have scraped all the depths of your intellect and all you can do is suggest that my wife cheats on me and parrot what I suggested about you in that you are pretending to be something that you aint then that says a lot more about you than me. You obviously think quite highly of me by assuming that I am married. I naturally assumed that you lived a sad and lonely life in your bedsit spying on your neighbours and following women home.
  5. ponty01.

    ponty01. New Member


    Ha ha ha :)

    [Edited by: admin5]
  6. gardm1nt

    gardm1nt New Member

    All rounder but mainly Kitchen and bathroom fitting and general carpentry. My kit!:

    Starite bench saw (old!)

    Bosch jigsaw
    Elu reuter
    Dewalt reuter
    makita laminate trimmer
    Feestool circ saw and rail
    bosch circ saw
    Bosch percussion drill
    Makita 3 kgSds
    bosch mixer drill
    Bosch core drill
    Bosch chaser
    Dewalt 718
    Bosch GCM 10
    Bosch 24v recip saw
    Bosch 24v combi Drill
    Bosch planer
    Makita l ion four in one
    Bosch 10v l ion driver
    Bosch extraction vac
    Paslode IM350
    Paslode IM 65
    Bosh belt sander
    Bosch 1/2 sheet sander
    Bosch 9" grinder
    Dewalt 115mm grinder

    Stihl TS400
    Baromix mixer (honda engine)
    JCB beaver

    Rubi tile cutter and cheapo rexon one!

    Four toolboxes and two buckets of handtools
    Ifor william trailer
    LT 35 MWB
  7. gardm1nt

    gardm1nt New Member

    Forgot my multi master, Mig welder and chainsaw although the welder and chainsaw are rarley used for work!
  8. innit

    innit New Member

    Goldenboy *. Youre the touchy one. I simply replied "well done". So I've obviously hit a nerve. Ive got far better things to do than argue with a **** who sits in the back of his K reg Transit pleasuring himself with his *** collection of tools for stimulation.
    Now ** Off to bed with your sisters *

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  9. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

  10. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    Of course you have got better things to do than argue with me innit. If that statement is true then why are you spending your time arguing with me. I love a good row me. You keep pushing your paper about mate and I'll keep doing my thing. If you want to be a sarky git be one but youve got to be able take it if you are going to dish it out. If you want to keep rowing with me keep rowing with me. I dont really care either way. Anyway chump you better be of to bed as you dont want to be late into the office tommorow.
  11. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    the planer thicknesser does what its paid to and the saw is a warranty replacement for the old model. To be honest If I was buying again which I probably will in about 12 months I would look at getting better.
  12. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    Without wanting to sound arrogant or anything I seem at the moment to attract quite a few of these sad inadequates who seem to want to follow me around on these forums posting their insignificant little comments trying to have a dig at me. Perhaps its time for all you weirdo stalkers to accept that however hard you try you really will never manage to actually be me. Insult me all you like.Insult my missus do whatever you like. It must really annoy you my little stalking friends that you are always going to be that bloke in the bookies with no real friends, that guy who has to go to the football on his own, the guy who has to pay for a bit of action, the guy who has to trawl the internet looking for mates, wheras I lead a pretty good life and am pretty happy.
  13. ponty01.

    ponty01. New Member

    .......I lead a pretty good life and am pretty happy.

    If spending time writing essays on these forums gives you a pretty good life and makes you pretty happy then god help us all. You get all the carp you decisive.
  14. flyingscotsman

    flyingscotsman New Member

    What`s the axminster masonary nailer like, been looking at that.
  15. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    I use it mainly for building scenery and it's good for that and it will stick a masonry nail 25mm into brick. It does need a bit of pressure in the tank for that but for sticking battens to walls it's pretty good. I've got 2 of them.
  16. joiner_sim

    joiner_sim New Member

    Cheap Router 1/4"
    Cheap power plane
    Cheap circular saw
    Cheap Jigsaw
    Cheap orbital sander
    Makita Belt sander
    Makita oribital sander
    Ryobi One+ Cordless hammer drill
    Ryobi One+ Cordless Jigsaw
    Draper Variable Speed Rotarty Tool
    Makita laminate trimmer

    Irwin Tennon Saw
    Irwin Handsaw
    Stanley Smoothing Plane
    Record No.6 Plane
    Rolson Rebate Plane
    x2 Mini Planes
    Dewalt Drill Bit Set
    Stanley Blue Strike Hammer
    6 set of marples chisels
    Rubber Mallet
    Ezelap Diamond Stone
    12 piece trend router bit set
    Trend angle fix
    Sliding bevel
    set squre
    combination square
    nail punches
    roofing square

    thats what i can fink of top of my head
  17. HudsonCarpentry

    HudsonCarpentry New Member

  18. Chekhov

    Chekhov Member

    Goldenboy: "Me thinks thou doth protest too much"! If you don't know what that means or where it comes from, your "armoury" of tools is pretty much redundant.
  19. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

    one little screwdriver
    one bit bigger screwdriver
    one middle sized screwdriver
    one a bit bigger than that
    one very big screwdriver that i haven't found a screw for yet.
    all above have a X type end
    one tiny screwdriver with plastic stuff on the blade
    (maybe something to do with electricity)
    Another one made of glass that lights up when you poke it on a bare wire ;) (like that one)
    About another 30 or so varying sizes with flat blades.
    An old tin tool box full of rusty tools, siezed up pliers etc, neither use nor ornament.
    A puncture outfit....... no glue ........ or patches .... in fact just a tin with a bit of sandpaper and chalk in.
    A claw hammer (minus 1 claw)
    A swiss army knife (broken scissors)
    A ronson blow torch (no gas)
    A JML multi tool (doesn't seem to have a use)
    A roll of oe spanners (minus the 13mm)
    A cheapo woolworths socket set (minus the 13mm)
    8 cans of wd40
    An oil filter wrench
    1 axle stand!
    4 plug spanners (oooh getting into mechanics here)
    A 8astard file
    A gents back saw
    A plumb bob (no string)
    A coping saw.
    all in a lovely tool box made out of the bottom drawer of my grannies wardrobe ;)
  20. Mr Shandy Andy

    Mr Shandy Andy New Member

    Goldenboy, usted es un pequeño hombre extraño que mientras que no mueve de un tirón las hamburguesas *

    [Edited by: admin5]

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