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#1

cabwoody
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Joined: 10 September 2013
Posts: 51
12 October 2013 11:48 am

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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.


Minelab Excalibur 11, CTX3030, Profind 25, Stavr Scoop. Oldest coin: 1870 QV Penny. Swing low and slow...

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#2

Ramjet
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From: Maitland, NSW
Joined: 19 February 2013
Posts: 4,590
12 October 2013 12:02 pm

Very professional looking bit of kit cabwoody.
Nice work

Rod


Such is Life. Touch the Frog
Garrett At Pro, pin pointer. Pans, sluices.

#3

kleinman98
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Joined: 03 October 2013
Posts: 764
12 October 2013 12:05 pm

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


My name is John. Happily retired and living the high life even if I am broke. Garrett Ace250, Garrett ATX

#4

Still Looking
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Joined: 07 May 2013
Posts: 167
12 October 2013 12:18 pm

Looks great cabwoody...


Minelab GP3000 /X Terra 305 / Garret Pro Pointer/Gold Snoop (Jack Lange detectors)

#5

Goldandsand
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Joined: 08 February 2013
Posts: 191
12 October 2013 12:29 pm

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


At pro international,sand scoops,garrett pro-pointer,minelab SD 2200d,excalibur ii, various digging tools,pans and sluice

#6

TenOunce Tone
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From: Cairns, QLD
Joined: 18 March 2013
Posts: 1,377
12 October 2013 02:18 pm

Great work, very slick build there Cabwoody


One man, One pan, One goal!

#7

SeanCTX3030
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From: , NSW
Joined: 18 September 2014
Posts: 18
19 September 2014 12:17 am

great job looks professional you have inspired me to make my own sand scoop. rather then buying one.

Cheers sean

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#8

sledcanada
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From: Edmonton, Alberta Canada
Joined: 26 September 2014
Posts: 12
28 September 2014 04:07 pm

After looking thru many stores this afternoon I can see this is the way to go - thanks - great job smile

#9

cmark
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Joined: 15 August 2014
Posts: 48
28 September 2014 08:37 pm

Awesome scoop cabwoody.

Better than store bought.

Reckon I might have a go at knocken out one of these to.

Cheers

Mark

#10

Aurum75
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Joined: 21 January 2015
Posts: 22
22 January 2015 05:36 pm

Cabwoody - Great work - haha how much would it cost me for you to build me one? Ever thought about making them and selling them on Ebay? Question, how did you bend the trowel around so perfectly? wink

#11

rocketaroo
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Joined: 11 January 2015
Posts: 344
22 January 2015 07:59 pm

Looks very well made :-) I made a similar but long handled one last weekend, better update my thread.


Greg from Newcastle NSW, Garret Ace 350, Xpointer.

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