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(1264) Antique American Indian Pick (& GIVEAWAYS!)


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  1. I believe the reason it seems “soft” is because back then the stainless steel was made from buffalo bones. Then hardened with eagle urine. Unless that storage pouch is made from salmon hide, it has been improperly stored for all these centuries.

  2. Happy Easter, BosnianBill. May you and yours celebrate many, many more.
    I enjoy your vids, watching your technique adds to my own. Don’t know the back-back, but I suspect big research. Bomb guys that I’ve known read and look, read and look… It’s a good habit.
    Thank you for your efforts, I enjoy your work and profit from it.

  3. Bill, you got me on that one 🤣😂!!
    I almost choked on my Dunkin Donut peanut stick when i seen you were going to modify a 100 year old Indian artifact . . ..😨🤤😲 . . ….good one !

  4. Nice try Bill. Had me goin’ till you said you were whipped by the Lockwood. I have one of those Hockey puck locks. Its so heavy I hired a couple of Sherpas to hold it for me. April Fool back to you! Keep up the good work. Enjoy your videos.

  5. I'm not from america but i'm so glad that this turned out to be an April fools joke hahaha. When you started grinding and sanding on what I thought was a piece of american history, all I could do was scream at my computer screen "NOOOOOOOOOO"

  6. I always appreciate the sometimes subtle humor from Bosnianbill; like the time he "emptied out his pockets" in search of something, and what appeared on camera was a VERY large amount of incredibly random objects, including a pickle (which he eats before the video ends), lol!

  7. I knew something was up when I saw that stainless blade on the "indian pick". If it had been ordinary steel then it would have been more plausible.

  8. While I may still have your ear, Thank you Bosnianbill, for the amazing videos you put out each week. I will soon be a patreon of your channel.

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