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    I like it. I could put that to good use. That's a banner find for usefulness!
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    If I had a nickel for every blister I got from that thing.....
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    Anything That Comes Out of The Dirt Is Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by relic nut View Post
    Digging bar for sure. Loosen dirt with chisel end and tamp dirt in with round end. Also works good for making blisters.
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    Definitely a digging bar. I have 2 of them and have dug many a post hole with them. With all the rocks we have here it is nearly impossible to dig a post hole without one. Relic Nut is right, they are great for making blisters as well.
    If you’re not digging trash you are missing treasure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lairmo View Post
    same here
    I dug around 50 or so last summer. Even had a tow behind auger. Auger would go 6 inches and you would hit clay and shale, bust the rocks get maybe another 6 inches and repeat. My only saving grace is that its not many large cobble/boulders, which is like ten times harder to break through than the shale.

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    Digging bar would be my guess?

  7. #22
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    Definitely digging bar , I work for a utility company they stopped letting us use them due to a worker hitting a underground power line and getting electrocuted ..... I still have mine but I heated rubber shrink tube over the it so no contact with the metal. They will wear you out quick mine weighs about 20lbs
    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

 

 
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