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July 19, 1938.
.c. A. HADLAND '
Eiled July 19, 1937
2 Sheets-Sheei 1
July 19, 1933.
2,124,416 ‘
Filed July 19, 1937
ZSheets-Shget 2
Patented July 19', 1938‘
_ 24,24,416 ,
7 v ‘Carl
A. Hadland, Plainview,
FENCE root 1 ‘
jApplication July 19,v 1937, Serial No._154:,378> v ‘
This inventionrrelates to ‘a/combi'nation fence
‘thereof. As indicated in the drawings, portion or
tool,_ more particularly a substantially ,S-shaped
metal bar adaptable for numerous uses including
bar section Illb terminates in a bifurcated claw
uses as a crow-bar, a wrecking bar, a claw bar
widening said end ‘by forging ' or ‘the like and
II which is preferably formed by ?attening and
V Importantobjects of myvinvention are the pro
thence bending the same slightly to form acurved v5"
surface I la. Said claw orbifurcated end is usable
as a nail puller, for ripping,’ prying and like uses.
vision of a combination‘ metal tool of substantially
The opposite end of bar‘section Illa terminates
5 and nail puller, a wire stretcher and tightener
and wire splicer.
S shape, having at one end‘ a rounded, beveled ' in a perpendicularly extending pick, pike. point,
l0 bifurcated .claw usable as a nail puller or as a
crow-bar; having an intermediate integral right
angled portion with a tongue thereon, and having
a turned-back opposite end terminating in a pick
= or point.
A further object of my invention is the provi
sion of a combination tool in substantially the
form of an S-shaped crow-bar having a straight
intermediate portion and right-angled end sec
tions integral with said intermediate portion,
20 the extreme ends being formed as a pointed
bit and bifurcated claw respectively.
A further object of my invention is the provi
sion of ‘the aforesaid combination tool having a
spaced apart tongue secured on and parallel to
25 its shank or intermediate portion providing
means for gripping and stretching a barbed wire,
and also having a hole through said intermediate -
portion adapted to receive splicing wire or the
bit or hook I'2_which is turnedback to a position 10
substantiallyv parallel with intermediate section
II], and'which'point has many well known uses
such as ripping, prying, etc., including especially
the pulling of staples. All the portions or sections
II), I80», I81), II and I2 lie substantially in the 15
same place.
The intermediate portion of my combination
tool is provided with a metal tongue I3 which may
be either welded to or formed integrally with the
intermediate section Illa. and‘ longitudinally and 20
on the side thereof. Said tongue has its end
offset and designated by numeral I4 so that said
tongue end I4 is spaced apart from the bar sec
tion Illa and positioned a short distance from the
right-angled bend forming the juncture of sec- 25
tions I8 and Illa.
As clearly illustrated in Figs. 1 and 2, the bar ,
tool is in a horizontal plane and against a post I5, .
On the drawings:
a. barbed wire I6 being engaged by projecting end
I4 of tongue I3, and the section Illa being braced 30
against the post I5. When it is desired to engage
a barbed wire, the tool is moved to insert the
barbed wire behind tongue end I4, and thence
bracing the tool against the post and thereby
stretching the wire to the desired degree, where- 35
upon the ‘user may brace his body against the
bar tool wherein the bent end IIlb rests against
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of my combination
the hip and the user thence has both hands free
like and whereby said tool is rotated as a crank
30 to draw two or more wires together.
Other and further objects of the invention will
be apparent from the following speci?cation, de
scription and claims.
This invention (in a preferred'form) is illus
35 trated and described in the following speci?ca
tool in typical wire stretching position against a ‘to position and drive staples to hold the'wire on
the post.
40 post.
An important feature of my invention is the
Fig. 2 is an enlarged fragmentary view taken on .
wire splicing means which comprises the afore
line 2—-2 of Fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a perspective view of my combination described bar tool having an aperture I‘! extend
tool in the initial position for splicing and drawing ing through section or portion Illa thereof as
45 together two spaced apart wires.
shown in the drawings.
Fig. 5 is a view of spliced wire sections after the
50 completion of the operations shown in Figs. 3
and 4.
Reference numeral I 0 designates the inter-‘
When it is desired to repair and splice two ends
of a barbed wire,’ which are usually separated
apart when broken by the tension thereof, a short
piece of smooth wire I8 is doubled and loop I8a
formed through loop I9a of wire I9 as shown in 50
Fig. 3, and both the free ends I 81) and I8c of wire
I8 are passed through loop 28a of wire 28 which
mediate straight portion of the metal bar, with
right-angled integral sections IIla and IIJb ex
55 tending perpendicularly from the opposite ends
is formed on the other wire to be joined. Thence
one of the free ends of splicing wire I8 is inserted
through aperture I‘! of bar tool I8 and said bar 55
Fig. 4 is a perspective view of the same after
several rotations of the tool from the position of
Fig. 3.
tool rotated as a crank to de?ne a substantially
vertical plane. This will cause the splicing wire
[8 to be drawn through loop 20a to draw the loop
20a and l9a closer together, one end of splicing
wire being wound about the bar section Illa as
shown in Fig. 4. When the two wires have been
drawn together to the desired degree the free end
I8?) is bent back and twisted about the loops I8a.
forming a deep longitudinally extending recess
therewith adapted to engage a barbed wire or the
like, the intermediate portion of the bar having
an aperture therethrough adapted to receive a
splicing wire and permitting rotation of such wire
to draw separated wire ends together.
2. A combination tool of substantially S-shape,
comprising integral end sections extending in
and l9a and thereupon the tool will be rotated in substantially opposite directions connected by an
10 reverse direction to unwind the coiled portion of integral intermediate shank portion, one of said 1O
splicing wire IS; the tool then is removedby with
end sections having a transverse aperture therein,
drawing said wire from aperture’ l1. Then the an angularly extending integral hook on the end
end I80 is bent back and wound and twisted ‘of one of said end sections, said aperture being
about the splicing wire l8, about the loop 20a adapted to receive a splicing wire for connecting
15 if desired or about loop [811 and l9a to securely {' together a pair of spaced apart wires or the end
hold the respective wires in tight and spliced po
of a- wire being stretched, and a gripping tongue
on said shank portion adapted to engage a barb
sition, such as illustrated in Fig. 5.
Various changes may be made in the embodi
wire or the like when stretching the same.
ment of the invention herein speci?cally described '
3. A combination tool of substantially S-shape,
20 without departing from or sacri?cing any of the comprising integral end sections extending in 20
advantages of the invention or any features substantially opposite directions connected by an
thereof, and nothing herein shall be construed as integral intermediate shank‘ portion, and an off
limitations upon the invention, its concept or set hook-like tongue secured longitudinally of and
structural embodiment as to the whole or any
on the side of said intermediate shank portion and
part thereof except as de?ned in the appended
forming a‘wire-gripping ‘member therewith, one 25
I claim as my invention:
1. In a combination tool, a substantially S
shaped bar having one endcurved and bent angu
larly and providing handle gripping means, and
having its opposite end bent to form an angular
hook, an offset tongue on the side of said bar
of said sections providing a gripping member for
rotating said tool and adapted, when rotated, to
wind a wire gripped by said hook-like tongue to
draw same to means on which said tool is sup
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