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Old 01-17-2018, 07:56 PM   #1
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8" hand auger

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Old 01-23-2018, 10:19 AM   #2
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Bradley will take it, if you can wait till we see you again.

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Old 01-23-2018, 06:52 PM   #3
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It's his Mike,,, the only way those things work is with a young man on the end of it ,,, wore me out... ;-)
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Couldn't you attach that to a cordless drill?
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Couldn't you attach that to a cordless drill?
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I did that with one of mine that I kept as a backup in case my gas auger died. It actually works quite well. I let my son-in-law use it. He forgot to attach the safety lanyard I made for it, the drill chuck loosened and down the hole the auger went.

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Old 01-24-2018, 07:22 AM   #6
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This one was replaced with a gas Jiffy bought from Chris (sea dangles)...
Runs like a top... All I need now is ice,,, :-(
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I did that with one of mine that I kept as a backup in case my gas auger died. It actually works quite well. I let my son-in-law use it. He forgot to attach the safety lanyard I made for it, the drill chuck loosened and down the hole the auger went.
On one of those Alaskan shows on the discovery channel the son did that. Next scene the dad had him upside down, fully underwater holding his legs as he tried to get the auger back. He actually pulled it up.
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On one of those Alaskan shows on the discovery channel the son did that. Next scene the dad had him upside down, fully underwater holding his legs as he tried to get the auger back. He actually pulled it up.
We fished mine up with a very strong magnet.

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That has young and foolish written all over it, He'll love it

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