April 11, 2013
I am rebuilding a 50 year old wooden punt and want to use old methods to do so.
October 21, 2009
I ordered a #00 caulking iron, 1/32" thick, but instead received a #0 iron, a fat 1/16" thick. So I called Jamestown and they kindly said they'd send the correct one. They did send another, but exactly the same thing as the first, so I ended up grinding the 2nd down to size. I think they must be getting unmarked irons from the manufaturer and the folks in the warehouse not taking the time to measure the iron.
May 2, 2021
The problem with these irons (I bought two different sizes) is that the width of the driven edge not only doesn't match the stated size but the iron varies in dimension along the edge. So, the 1/16" iron really 3/32"-1/8" and variable at that. I returned them and found better elsewhere. That sounds picky, but If you need a fine iron to caulk a tight, consistent seam, these aren't the ones.