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1 12 October 2013 10:48 am

From: Caboolture
Joined: 10 September 2013
Posts: 27
$11 sand scoop/sifter....

Made this from 100mm PVC pipe and end cap,plastic handled aluminium trowel,aluminium rivets and 12mm spade bit.The 45 degree angle gives enough edge to dig in the sand,then just sift the mound once the target is out.Works a treat and will do until I can afford to buy a long handled stainless steel scoop.(my son already has his eye on it.)Also can double as a beer/wine bottle carrier.

Garrett Ace 250,Garrett AT Pro,Garrett ProPointer. Swing low and slow...

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2 12 October 2013 11:02 am

From: Maitland NSW
Joined: 19 February 2013
Posts: 3,047

Very professional looking bit of kit cabwoody.
Nice work


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3 12 October 2013 11:05 am

From: Nowra NSW
Joined: 03 October 2013
Posts: 577

Nice job. I would like a long handled stainless or aluminium scoop myself. The old catholic knees are playing up now

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4 12 October 2013 11:18 am

Still Looking
From: Koumala Qld.
Joined: 07 May 2013
Posts: 156

Looks great cabwoody...

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5 12 October 2013 11:29 am

From: Kahibah, NSW
Joined: 08 February 2013
Posts: 176

Great job ,looks like you might have to make another one now for your son.

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6 12 October 2013 01:18 pm

TenOunce Tone
From: Far North Queensland
Joined: 18 March 2013
Posts: 1,087

Great work, very slick build there Cabwoody

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