Thank you all so very much, I'm overwhelmed with the kind thoughts and messages. I'm going to do my best to see if I can get going again once the weather gets colder up here in frozen New York. I'll post here if that happens.....Randy aka Shoo
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I love mine, but I'm sorry for your loss.
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It appears you have a waiting list of customers, should you decide to start up again. My very sincere condolences for your tragic loss. I love my shooboy hammer. I bought the extra plastic ends, and have used it extensively. It is a great feeling hammer to hold for gunsmith work.
Hi guys, I've had a little inspiration and I have 18 hammers on the bench in production..... should be done in a few weeks.....Shoo
Put me first in line!
Glad you're at it again. I'll email you about acquiring one.
Hello Shoo, I am extremely saddened by your loss. Godspeed and God bless. I'm ready for a couple of hammers if you are so inclined.
Regards, Kent j
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I am also very sorry for you loss. I sent you an email regarding interest in one of your hammers.
Thank you gentlemen. I'll be back here to take orders first. I'll be in touch when they are ready. These 18 will be painted by the way, I can't do black oxide due to the cost of such a small lot. Still the same quality hammer, just a slightly different finish.... Shoo
Happy to see the update.
Curious, how many would it take to get the oxide treatment?
I am so sorry for your loss, and wish strength for you.
I'm glad you're now feeling up to making your hammers again, and would like to get in line for one of them.
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I already have one, but if you need a certain number, put me down for another one and I will gladly be last in line to receive.
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I am open for one. Thanks, Jack
I’d be in for a couple if that helps the numbers.
I'd be in for one also.
First off, as others have said, please accept late condolences for your loss.
The hammer that I got from you years ago never leaves the top of my workbench. It sits right beside my Chapman Manufacturing screwdriver/bit set. I use it practically everyday.
Would love to purchase a few more to give to my cousins so they will quit trying to steal mine
Put me down for at least one, I really want 2 if that is not being greedy.
This was my thinking... I'm sure the 18 will be gone soon. I'd buy another one or two.
Sorry to hear of your loss,time does help and activities help so I am told.
hope you recover sooner than I,twenty years last September.
I'm sorry for your loss, sir. Regarding the hammers, I'll take one please! Two, if they're available. Email inbound.
Shooboy, I am so very sorry to learn about the loss of your wife. I hope that in time you will find some sense of solace and be able to smile when you think of her instead of the loss you must feel now.
Over the years I've read some of the stellar comments made by forum members on the quality of your hammers. I don't own any at this time, but have a keen interest in at least two (both smaller and larger) should you decide to produce the different sizes. I would also like to get them with the different striking surface materials (delrin, brass...) if you choose to offer them. I've been making do with my Craftsman mallet and Wheeler hammer, but I'd like to tackle a few gunsmith projects with hammers better suited to the task and it sounds like you make just the hammers I need.
Again, my deepest sincere condolences and looking forward to the possibility of buying some of your fine hammers...
...would you like those of us interested to contact you directly through email or would you prefer that we interact through this forum thread?
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