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Posted: 24/09/2018 04:26:52
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Interesting variation between the pics by MORLOCK or from ROY - the two poll picks I have are noticeably different. The pick itself is much longer and maybe slimmer than the one shown, and the hammer-piece opposite is also a lot shorter. The cheek-piece is not tubular as shown, but flatter, more supportive of the handle.
Also, how do I attach the pics of these items to my email - doesn't seem to work for me... Oops
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