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That has come up an absolute treat!I made this one several years ago now from some scrap Jarrah and Pine, I glued some leather on the faces (not shown here) and it is one of the most used tools I have.I used the plans from here...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcaV5jWpR1k
@Wayne nice one. That mallet looks very good!
@AndrewJones @Wayne these both look great guys. I am looking to make some mallets for myself. How have you guys attached the handles? Did you just use a mortise and Tenon joint?
@Yorky88 Mortace and tenon with a small wedge tapped in from the top.
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