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Post  Guest on Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:26 pm

Thought I'd post a pic of my new pick holder up. It started out life as a drill holder - $16.00 from Bunnings. Have taken it out on my last trip and it works a treat. No metal, so doesn't affect magnets on the pick, lightweight and strong. I reckon its the bees knees... flower
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Post  TheH0ward on Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:57 pm

Smile good one
im a shoulder slinger myself. If i dont have a pick on my shoulder then i feel like ive forgotten something, lmao. Plus most of where i go is extremely over-grown so cant wear it on the hip, plus its a full size pick (i call it the mans pick, lol)and it whacks me across the legs. It becomes a spider removing tool too (honestly i think thats its main use LOL)
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Post  Guest on Wed Nov 23, 2011 1:20 pm

So Ho, You are an "over the shoulder pick holder" Me too. Razz

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Post  panhead on Wed Nov 23, 2011 3:24 pm

Nice lateral thinking there iluvthebush. I'm an over the shoulder pick carrier myself. I got sick of chipping away with a little baby pick, so I got a big man sized pick that's to big for my belt. One or two big swings and you've got a hole.
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Post  Guest on Wed Nov 23, 2011 4:00 pm

panhead wrote:Nice lateral thinking there iluvthebush. I'm an over the shoulder pick carrier myself. I got sick of chipping away with a little baby pick, so I got a big man sized pick that's to big for my belt. One or two big swings and you've got a hole.
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Yes to the bigger pick, a little heavier to lug around, but much less work on the shoulder when you have to dig a hole....I used to carry the pick over my shoulder till I turned my head around quickly one day and it slipped and clocked me one.... Rolling Eyes

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Post  Guest on Wed Nov 23, 2011 4:02 pm

TheH0ward wrote: Smile good one
im a shoulder slinger myself. If i dont have a pick on my shoulder then i feel like ive forgotten something, lmao. Plus most of where i go is extremely over-grown so cant wear it on the hip, plus its a full size pick (i call it the mans pick, lol)and it whacks me across the legs. It becomes a spider removing tool too (honestly i think thats its main use LOL)

Hey, how's it going D? Good to see you back....hope you're swinging and finding some of the good stuff!

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Post  TheH0ward on Wed Nov 23, 2011 6:08 pm

Hiya suz, yeah im still here & still going for the occasional swing Smile
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