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    My last sheet metal project.

    I saw these in the store for 35 bucks and almost bought one until I remember I have all the tools to make one lol. So by knocking off work an hour early and spending 45 min on it I prolly have 50 bucks into it lol. Oh well.Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1356016306.170066.jpg
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    Good job. Teach him young!

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    Ya he sure likes pushing it around!

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    What is it?
    A sled or a shovel?
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    A snow scoop lol, I don't know if I should take that as an insult or what lol.

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    Ignorant southern califonian here. Whats the difference between a snow scoop and a snow shovel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 09jk View Post
    Ignorant southern califonian here. Whats the difference between a snow scoop and a snow shovel?
    A scoop is made to carry snow not push it

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    Nice, it doesn't matter how much you spent on it. The fact that you have a skill to use to make something from nothing is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trehak01 View Post
    Nice, it doesn't matter how much you spent on it. The fact that you have a skill to use to make something from nothing is awesome.
    After I looked at the one at the store I noticed it was just pittsburged together. We have all the tools to make it all.

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    Sorry, don't take it as offensive. LOL
    I just never seen one before, and frankly don't know why anybody would want a snow scoop?
    I am from NJ where we get a fair bit of snow too, and have never seen one or needed one either.
    Dan Callahan
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    Quote Originally Posted by CallaDrilling View Post
    Sorry, don't take it as offensive. LOL
    I just never seen one before, and frankly don't know why anybody would want a snow scoop?
    I am from NJ where we get a fair bit of snow too, and have never seen one or needed one either.
    Lol they are big business here. When the snow on your roof is 24" deep they work good to move lots of snow at once. Maybe the confusion is this one is child size an adult would use a large one lol.

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    I think it is Awesome man Great Job

    We have snow scoops in Canada EH

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchoolMech View Post
    I think it is Awesome man Great Job

    We have snow scoops in Canada EH
    I figured you guys would, I'm in the upper peninsula which Is really close and we have da same accent to der eh!

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