Is it some type of surveying device? It looks like the squares could be used to aid in plotting or mapping things... maybe?
If the ends were magnetic, I would say it was a fancy money clip
its a tool for causing blunt force trauma to the forehead.
I was thinking fancy casket hinge, but like your answer better.
Does the part that looks like a quick release handle on a bike open and close something? or does it swing up into place somehow?
I will go with your standard answer. Roach clip.
leather work, carpentry, glass blowing?
used by electricians or telecom people?
Is it one of those doodads to remove anti-shoplifting devices from clothing or cd's
I'll take the combo for the win. It is a plumbers clean out plug wrench
It is made of tool steel.
My recommendation would be to find an indoor shooting range that rents guns and try a few different ones out. That would be a good way to figure...
The string is not required for its use. Its main purpose is not an anchor, counterweight or ninja weapon. Yes, Red, anything can be made into an...
This one will probably be easy.
does a hillbilly only have one tooth in her vag?
looks like the guide rod out of a semi auto pistol.
Bullseye... Its called a Hirtz Compass and was developed and used in WWI to help Docs figure out where the bullet ended up and removed without...
on the right track, but probably Hirtz even worse than kidney stones
It was used as a guide, but not for a drill or a lobotomy. Surgeons used this device to 'locate' something that needed to be removed.
Nope, not a spinal tap. this was in use in the early 1900's