Hand Stamp for Northwest Gun,
Daisy over T. B. inspection mark
for Thomas Barnett North West Trade Gun,
hardened steel, made in the USA,
by Track of the Wolf, Inc.
Part Number: STAMP-DTB
Availability: In Stock
Price: $29.99
The daisy over T. B. was used by Thomas Barnett to mark North West Trade Guns. This mark is patterned from a 1820 dated Barnett North West Trade Gun. The stamp is located below the proof, and view marks just ahead of the breech on the off flat.

The inspector's mark is about .360" wide, about .440" tall, and the tool body is 2-1/2" length, 1/2" diameter, brightly polished steel, hardened to Rc 62 to 65 (as hard as a file). Wrap the body with masking tape to provide a better grip.

Made in the USA, of very hard steel, this tool will give a long life, if used correctly.

Be careful, be safe. If mis-struck, this steel marking punch can become a projectile. Wear safety glasses. Protect your fingers.

Our instructions are included with each tool. Or click the download tab to view, and print these step-by-step instructions as a .pdf file.

Marks on rounded or flat steel surfaces require multiple strikes, in sequence. Marks in wood require only one controlled strike.

No Return, No Refund, No Exchange. Steel marking punches are expendable hardened steel tool bits, with a service life similar to drill bits or hand taps. The value is in the first use. Longevity is under the control of the user. We do not offer a warranty nor a refund for these tools. They are an investment for future use.

Never attempt to mark tempered steel, plated steel, or case-hardened steel with these hand stamps.
Track of the Wolf, Inc.
18308 Joplin St NW
Elk River, MN 55330-1773

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