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Please help identifying this rifle

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by KJD, Oct 16, 2020.

  1. B. K. Bynum

    B. K. Bynum New Member

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    The device previously referred too as being a muzzle brake is possibly a tool used by beach combers in the metal detecting community (treasure hunters). It may be the tool used to sift beach sand when a target is identified with a metal detector. It appears to be constructed of aluminum, with green plastic handle grips. The handle is likely 2-3 feet in length to increase leverage when digging deep into beach sand/water. The holes in the scoop allow sand/water/debris drain, leaving heavier objects such as coins inside for retrieval.
     
  2. Riter

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    It's a joke son.
     
  3. B. K. Bynum

    B. K. Bynum New Member

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  4. Biak

    Biak Adjutant Patron  

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    See what you started Rich ?!
     
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  5. George Patton

    George Patton Canadian Refugee

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    Well played :D
     
  6. Riter

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    Thank you General Patton.

    Yep, blame Rich.

    BTW, "It's a Joke Son" is a title of an old b/w movie that inspired Warner Bros' Foghorn Leghorn. "One step closer and I will strike you down with my trusty southern blade!"
     

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