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  1. #1
    Dec 2011

    Where to find a "finds" bag?

    Need something to hang from my belt. What section of stores would I find something suitable. Not hip on ordering on the web. Would like to find something common/suitable I can use and buy local.

  2. #2
    Mar 2012
    Mebane, NC
    Tesoro Silver uMax
    9 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Try Lowes or Home depot for a carpenters tool belt. That should work pretty good.

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    if you don`t want to by from one of the sponsors of this forum (i would).
    you can go to Lowe`s and look at the tool belts,i sure you can find something you like there,but please call one of our sponsors,Mike Woodland Detectors....Bart at Big Boys Hobbes...they help make Tnet work so help them out.
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  4. #4
    Apr 2003
    South Carolina
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    Heck, a $2 home depot nail pouch works well...trash in one pocket, treasure in the other...

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  5. #5
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    Jun 2008
    Yarnell, AZ
    Ace 250 (2), Gold Bug 2, Tesoro Cortes, Garrett Sea Hunter, Whites TDI SL SE, Fisher Impulse 8, Minelab Monster 1000, Falcon MD20, Garrett pinpointer, Calvin Bunker digger.
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    The Lowes and Depot ideas are good. They are also VERY simple to make using discarded clothing. TTC
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  6. #6

    Jun 2007
    Tiger Shark, Xterra 705
    3116 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    see my post a few down , Great Propointer holster. Best finds bag I've found because its light, small and deep with plenty of pockets. And it can also hold a pinpointer. And it was cheap

  7. #7
    Apr 2007
    staten island, ny
    tesoro sand shark, tesoro tiger shark, tesoro cibola, goldbug se
    6 times
    Metal Detecting
    don't neglect good "dollar" stores. i found one selling minolta fanny packs & bought 6 of them. i cut off 2 of the fanny packs & attached them to my weight belt with cable ties (i used a hole punch to make the holes) i've used this in the water for 2 years already & it is still going strong.

  8. #8
    May 2011
    6 times
    I use an old gas mask bag from a surplus store. I redid the strap so it hangs up and down,not sideways and its last for years, Been using it since early 80's. It's heavy canvas and I don't think I will ever wear it out.

  9. #9
    "Is that a Geiger Counter?"

    Feb 2006
    South Central Upstate NY in the foothills of the headlands
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    I have an AWP carpenters bely bag from Lowes that works great. I dyed it green with Rit dye.

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  10. #10
    Garrett watersports!

    Apr 2011
    Ace250,AT Pro & Garrett Propointer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCdigger View Post
    Heck, a $2 home depot nail pouch works well...trash in one pocket, treasure in the other...

    I agree ....very cheap & lightwieght!
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  11. #11
    Aug 2007
    Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
    White's Vision, White's 6000DI Pro
    58 times
    Been using the same old cloth nail pouch since I started back in the early 80's. Trash on one side, treasure in the other. Pockets wide enough to put glasses in and other small accessories. Pinpointer fits in it now too although it does stick out a tad. Don't even feel it's weight.

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  12. #12
    Apr 2012
    Virginia Beach, VA
    ACE 250
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    Guess I'm cheap, I just use an old Crown bag I had layin around.

  13. #13
    Aug 2008
    Under the Trees
    15 times
    check ebay - treasurewise, garret, minelab, tesoro all have adequate bags that will "hang" from your belt.



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