Unique Little tool.

PullTabSlayer

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Jan 31, 2017
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Troy Missouri
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That one I grab for the day.
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
I say unique because I have never found anything like it before, it has been work on all sides so they definitely shaped it to what it is.
 

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Relicgrubber

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Nov 3, 2018
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4,376
Deep East Texas
Detector(s) used
XP DEUS w/ 9" X35, 9” HF & MI6 Pinpointer - Nokta Fors Core w/Garrett Z-Link Headphones and Pinpointer
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
Yep a tool made from what looks like a busted up Motley...
 

Older The Better

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Apr 24, 2017
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4,218
south east kansas
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Whites Eagle Spectrum
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
My initial interpretation for fun…
Hafted knife ( resharpening one side causing it to be straight) followed by breaking and converted Into a hafted scraper ( the reason the top is flat and shaped) then finished its life as a spokeshave ( the deep circular notch opposite the flat side)
 

unclemac

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Oct 12, 2011
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Beach & Shallow Water Hunting
My initial interpretation for fun…
Hafted knife ( resharpening one side causing it to be straight) followed by breaking and converted Into a hafted scraper ( the reason the top is flat and shaped) then finished its life as a spokeshave ( the deep circular notch opposite the flat side)
this is exactly what I would have written.
 

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