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Homemade shovel

Ex-Sox

Active member
Made from an old concrete saw blade. Had to stick it in the forge to bend it...tough stuff. Ive done some heavy pryin with it, it wont bend. 0FB72771-11C6-4519-9025-BE451D5E237B.jpeg 7653FBEC-87E6-45D7-9531-F9478A61F37A.jpeg
 

laplander

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Staff member
Nice work Sox! Here is my version from a broken tile spade. the older ones have real steel in them. Stainless steel sand scoop is my version for water hunting
 

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Ex-Sox

Active member
Thank you fellas. Those are some nice diggers laplander! I really like the D handles, I may just change mine over too
 

laplander

Moderator
Staff member
Thank you fellas. Those are some nice diggers laplander! I really like the D handles, I may just change mine over too
The first couple I built had T handles as well. It seems like you can't by one light weight and tough enough, a lot of produced ones are like war clubs. JMO
 
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