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Old 08-06-2011, 10:26 PM
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I know what this mystery object is, but its your turn.

And yes, the printer still has no paper in it.
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Keeping with the theme of this forum, it must be an early version of a dough docker

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I'm thinking it's a medieval back scratcher.
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It looks like a crude but effective weapon.
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Keeping with the theme of this forum, it must be an early version of a dough docker

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Nothing to do with baking.

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I'm thinking it's a medieval back scratcher.
Ouch, Ill let a few others try before I tell.
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It looks like a crude but effective weapon.
Youre on the right track.
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meat tenderiser?
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meat tenderiser?
Sort of.
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Has to be some sort of spiked mace, so in a sense, it is a meat tenderiser. Those old tyme bastards were pretty hard core with their weapons.

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Has to be some sort of spiked mace, so in a sense, it is a meat tenderiser. Those old tyme bastards were pretty hard core with their weapons.

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Well done.
Its a knobkerrie used in the trenches in WW1, you would sneak into the enemy trenches and use the knobkerrie to persuade your opponent to give you his lapel colours so you could see who you were fighting.

This one is a genuine Australian one, the timber is Kaurri pine and the strap is off a gas mask.
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