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You just make a mighty fine crawfish eatin' table! Good job. In MS we have a company that makes and sells them. They are made from aluminum. I never thought about using mine for oyster shuckin', but it's a great idea.
Very nice, but your handle would not have split if you had placed your wedges the correct way. The wedge should be installed parallel to the hammer head.
This is a great little project that has my vote. I made one with cypress that looks great!I do have a question not related to the project. Where did you get the (orange) screw on handles that you are using on a push block?