ANST - Pre-War Preps
Nathan W. Jones
njones at ix.netcom.com
Sat Mar 7 18:50:27 PST 1998
Sir Lyonel wrote:
> When I said "speed rivets," I meant the hollow, two piece rivets that you
> hammer together (also available--in a range of sizes--from Tandy Leather
> stores and most tack and saddle stores). They're useful for holding
> leather to leather or leather to metal. For these, you need a hammer and
> an anvil of sorts (for mobile repairs, I usually take along a ball-pean
> hammer and a John Henry--I use the head of the John Henry as my anvil for
> replacing speed rivets).
We called them "pop rivits" when I workedin the leather shop. Pretty good, but
eventually work themselves loose. Especially
if you take a direct hit on one.
former mundane leatherworker, specializing in
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