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    Jul 2014
    Wisconsin
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Yes it actually did, but with all the coral I really did not need it at either Port.

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    Jul 2014
    Wisconsin
    Garrett AT PRO, Garrett Ace 350, Garrett Pro-Pointer AT
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Here's my travel setup on my last trip. The old thrift store, $3 Samsonite suitcase from the '60's easily handled my detector, sand scoop, my "finds" bag, pro pointer, sifter and plenty of room for rolled up clothes. Having my at pro user guide book on top helped get through security getting on the cruise ship. I had to call a supervisor over once about the sand scoop telling them I had 0 items on their "prohibited" list. They questioned the sand scoop, but talked my way into keeping it.Click image for larger version. 

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    Sep 2006
    Orlando Fl.
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    Beach and Shallow Water Hunting
    Does anyone make a carbon fiber shaft that will break down to fit into airline luggage? I use a straight " Anderson " with the Xcall and can't figure a way to pack it. If not what is next best option?
    Tek
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    Aug 2013
    OC, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by teklord View Post
    Does anyone make a carbon fiber shaft that will break down to fit into airline luggage? I use a straight " Anderson " with the Xcall and can't figure a way to pack it. If not what is next best option?
    Tek
    Yes, I believe they do. I have seen one in a post but I do not know where. Google search it. Good luck!


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