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    Awesome! Glad that you like them.
    I did stop selling the smaller 8oz bottles because I felt the larger 12oz bottlers were a lot better plus my source for the 8oz bottles lost a lot of quality and springback of the plastic.
    This seems to be a reoccurring problem with bottles, the quality changes even though its sold as the same.

    I did confirm at the miners cache that the bottles are selling for $20 for the 24oz plastic tube version and $25 for the 24oz copper tube version.
    As soon as I suitable 12oz bottles (the lids) again I will ask him to carry those for $15.

    Bonaro, I love that little bottle.
    That 1909 Penny is even cooler!


    Quote Originally Posted by CA Gold Hunter View Post
    It's been workin great! I actually have used the bigger one the most because it has more suction it seems than the smaller one and a bit easier to keep track of under water. I haven't gotten a chance to get out sniping this year yet because it's been so cold but I can't wait to get back in the water. I tried a bit last weekend but the water was so cold my hands would go numb just being in there for a few minutes haha so I had to stick to running the sluice. The smaller one has come in real handy though for gettin all the black sand out of my pans.
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    Head in the water, butt in the air.
    Now I know why ducks do it!
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    Oh, I forgot to mention, I have gone out sniping a few times now with the larger 24oz copper tube bottle and it has awesome suction and can gather a lot more material if you like.
    I have not had any clog up problems beyond the tip -YET- and I have it curved slightly so that you can keep the bottle fairly level while sniping.

    I look forward to seeing the next time you get to get out and snipe with it.


    PS. Placer I totally agree and with the new copper tubes the durability and performance has never been better, perhaps a $25 dollar MSRP isn't too high.
    Chip has the turkey baster sniper tube next to mine in the store, the small one is $35 dollars!
    I have not been to Howells Dive shop for a while but he had the x2 length turkey baster model in there for $45.
    So I feel pretty good about my price right now.
    Aufisher likes this.
    Check out my Gold Sniping video's. http://www.youtube.com/CrainRacing

    Head in the water, butt in the air.
    Now I know why ducks do it!
    Underwater Sniper n00b

 

 
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