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I'm a huge proponent of buy something get rid of something. Clutter makes me crazy. And not the good kind of crazy.

I forgot that we collect shot glasses. Neatly lined up shot glasses, ready to use this Sunday!

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TT, most of my stuff is for wood. Though I do have 3 forges, one anvil, several anvil shaped objects (they are dead), 3 leg vices, assorted jigs. Sounds like we could make some interesting stuff.

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Justpooking, I also have quite the collection of metal working tools. Starting with forge welding... anvil, hammers, etc and ending with my Invertec 205 AC/DC and precision mill. I'll show you my collections, if you show me yours.

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I looked at an original hawken rifle this afternoon. It is a bit out of my price range , and not really what I have ever considered collecting.

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My collections are varied. Electrical test equipment from the 50s, antique tools (must be working cause I use them), blacksmithing (yes, they are used), antique firearms, and reproduction melee weapons.

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Then they needed a big garage......

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Trust me, I've been to MANY enormous homes, we're talking larger than 12,000sf, that were horribly cluttered. And I've been to 400sf studios in Manhattan that were stunning with zero clutter :).

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M- that is why people have big houses...... you can find places for your stuff easier.

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Mrs.Sav, like you I can't stand clutter. I feel down right claustrophobic if there is clutter.

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I have a collection of: Tools, both working and antique Board games Melee weapons, modern and antique

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