Guess the tool

  1. nickk Forum Supporter

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    7852D762-FF8E-40D9-BA3B-D233A174A7D5.jpeg 8CC5709E-0A15-44A7-BF47-096866D1E931.jpeg how about starting this thread.
    Who knows what this is.the handles about a metre.
     
  2. Gazello Member

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    Picking up nuts or golfballs, rollpickuper
     
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  3. Feet 'n Inches

    Feet 'n Inches Out of the rat-race at last

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    Too short in the handle to be a lockdown bingo caller's numbers drum. ;) Looking at the grass at one end perhaps either for picking up loose grass cuttings or moss on the lawn maybe?
     
  4. Bullet2012

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    Spaghetti harvester
     
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  5. Cuthy246

    Cuthy246 Member

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    Victorian era paint roller?
     
  6. Screwdriver

    Screwdriver Member

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    Hamster excerciser.
     
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  7. slim_boy_fat

    slim_boy_fat Forum Supporter

    It's a 'picker-upper', possibly for small stones for where they oughtn't be.
     
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  8. northwest

    northwest Member

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    Cartridge picker-upper.
     
  9. Migmac

    Migmac Forum Supporter

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    Dandelion puller
     
  10. 8ob

    8ob Forum Supporter

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    Its for picking up windfall fruit like apples etc.

    Bob
     
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  11. JEZGUZ

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    I thought cartridge at first but the gaps look too big so I'll go with golf ball retriever for a driving range.
     
  12. 8ob

    8ob Forum Supporter

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  13. roofman

    roofman Purveyor of fine English buckets and mops

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    How the hell do the apples get into that and visa versa as the wire looks to stiff:confused:
     
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  14. nickk Forum Supporter

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    @8ob wins,but as @roofman says his one appears a tad tight:D.
     
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  15. mcostello

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    Also makes apple sauce on the fly.
     
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  16. JEZGUZ

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    There's a similar tool for picking up pine cones and one for walnuts too.
     
  17. cocker

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    I saw one being used yesterday .
    At the clay ground .
     
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