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Pulp Hook

Since the advent of mechanization in the paper industry, there’s not as much call anymore for the pulp hook. Traditionally used to catch the ends of four-foot pulpwood sticks for stacking, the pulp hook features more commonly today in spooky campfire stories.

Based in the U.S., Dixie Industries makes the pictured 11″ pulp hook from drop-forged steel with a hardwood handle.

Whether you’re looking to handle some firewood or scare the hell out of the kids on your next camping trip, you can pick up a pulp hook for $20 to $35.

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