Handyman's Olden Tools Click Quiz

Electricity? Phooey. You can do everything with elbow power. Can you match the name of these olden-day tools and hardware to their pictures?
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Quiz by Dimby
Last updated: May 2, 2024
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First submittedApril 24, 2024
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Select the calipers.
Select the anvil.
Select the chisel.
Select the adze.
Select the vise (Br. vice).
Select the pipecutter.
Select the pulley.
Select the ball-peen hammer.
Select the turnbuckle.
Select the manual drill.
Select the dovetail saw.
Select the claw hammer.
Select the plane.
Select the ferrule.
Select the nut and bolt.
Select the coping saw.
Select the manual router.
Select the crimpers.
Select the hacksaw.
Select the hand auger.
Large wheel with a chain arount it.
A concrete cylinder around steel cable to prevent fraying.
A sophisticated looking woodworking tool with a rounded blade with teeth.
A short hand tool with an edge perpendicular to the handle.
Tool with round handle and perpendicular blade.
Bolts screwing into a connector from opposite ends.
Large metal construction with a flat top.
Hand tool with a blade extending from the handle and running parallel.
A short hand tool with an edge extending from the handle.
A u-shaped hand tool with two handles and a pointed head.
A very large drill-looking device.
Hand tool with a thin, removable blade extending from the handle and running parallel.
Rotating crank attached to a mechanical device with two flat edges touching each other.
Handles attached to a head with small holes.
Hand tool with a thin, wirelike, removable blade extending from the handle and running parallel.
A measuring device with opening teeth.
Small hand tool with a small round blade and rollers on one end.
Striking tool with a flat, weighted head opposite a rounded projection.
Metal fastener and accompnaying part.
Striking tool with a flat, weighted head opposite a pointed projection.
Level 75
Apr 24, 2024
I know some people who would ace this. Those people are not me :(
Level 78
May 2, 2024
I’m honestly surprised that nut and bolt isn’t over 98%.
Level 60
May 2, 2024
That was my fault, at least in part. I didn't pay very much attention and just spam-clicked random guesses on my first try since I didn't recognize the first few.
Level 56
May 2, 2024
I enjoyed this! Thank you - nominated. "Vise" foxed me though - it seems to be an America-only spelling which I wasn't aware of. I don't know if you would be interested in putting it as "vise/vice" or something? Might make it look a bit ugly though to be fair.