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The polished forming tools in the rear are called heads. Heads are primarily used for burnishing out dents and are held in the right-angle horses (hanging on the table to the left). Next to the horses to the right are various tools for burnishing out dents and forming. To the extreme left of the horses are forged railroad spikes that make fantastic spoon stakes when ground and polished. Bar stock is maintained under the table for making new tools.
On the butcher block table sits a t-stake holder to the rear. This table contains heavier cast iron tools used for forming.