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  1. #16
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    us
    Oct 2015
    NC
    Nokta Impact, Tesoro Compadre, Nokta Pin pointer.
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    I have a small bounty hunter finds pouch. Simple and light.
    Dig till you drop!

  2. #17
    us
    Jul 2006
    Jefferson, Ga
    BH LRP 1265X, GoldBug II
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    I have one for;
    1. Coins in parks and manicured lawns. Small pouch, knife, spoon, brass probe and tweezers (long ones).
    2. Larger pouch for Old houses, barns, woods, etc. #1 plus Gator digger, small folding shovel, hatchet for roots.
    3. Beach hunting. Gator digger in back pocket just in case. Pouch for junk. Goodies go in pocket and my metal
    FREE plastic scoop with wood handle for the sand. I check with coil to know if I got the prize.
    I have the first two with me in a bag in vehicle so I can change strategies without going back home to re-tool.
    Of course the trusty .38 cal. for all three.
    Different strokes for different folks---I don't buy many tools, just make 'em as I need then or re-purpose some.
    Marvin
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    From the Redneck dictionary-----------un·der·tak·er | \ˌən-dər-ˈtā-kər,
    The last person to see you Naked.
    Beep, Beep.

  3. #18
    us
    Detector and shooter

    Jan 2017
    San Antonio, TX
    Minelab Go-Find 60, Bounty hunter tracker IV
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    Quote Originally Posted by GA_Boy View Post
    I have one for;
    1. Coins in parks and manicured lawns. Small pouch, knife, spoon, brass probe and tweezers (long ones).
    2. Larger pouch for Old houses, barns, woods, etc. #1 plus Gator digger, small folding shovel, hatchet for roots.
    3. Beach hunting. Gator digger in back pocket just in case. Pouch for junk. Goodies go in pocket and my metal
    FREE plastic scoop with wood handle for the sand. I check with coil to know if I got the prize.
    I have the first two with me in a bag in vehicle so I can change strategies without going back home to re-tool.
    Of course the trusty .38 cal. for all three.
    Different strokes for different folks---I don't buy many tools, just make 'em as I need then or re-purpose some.
    Marvin
    Your just lucky to be able to carry while detecting...
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  4. #19
    us
    Jul 2006
    Jefferson, Ga
    BH LRP 1265X, GoldBug II
    1,433
    1583 times
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    I just thought of something all of us should start taking with us.
    Small pieces of Cork, yep cork, to stick any needle we find into so no one gets stuck.
    Marvin
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    From the Redneck dictionary-----------un·der·tak·er | \ˌən-dər-ˈtā-kər,
    The last person to see you Naked.
    Beep, Beep.

  5. #20
    us
    Hobbiest

    Jul 2017
    maryland
    Bounty hunter then another bounty hunter now the f22.
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    I use a old but in good shape bookbag it has a pocket on each side so i can put finds in them without taking it off.It also carries my other stuff from water to clipping my digging tool on it and putting my id and keys inside pocket.

  6. #21
    us
    Dec 2012
    lower hudson valley, N.Y.
    safari, ATPro, infinium, old Garrett BFO, Excal, Nox 800
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ID:	1474091 For years I used a screwdriver, hunting knife, and bag made from a girlfriend's blue jeans leg, worked fine. I recently had Freeloader make me a nice bag to my specs, it is a beauty!!
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    Ya won't find nuthin' if ya don't hunt

  7. #22
    us
    Detector and shooter

    Jan 2017
    San Antonio, TX
    Minelab Go-Find 60, Bounty hunter tracker IV
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsil View Post
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ID:	1474091 For years I used a screwdriver, hunting knife, and bag made from a girlfriend's blue jeans leg, worked fine. I recently had Freeloader make me a nice bag to my specs, it is a beauty!!
    That's a really cool setup there. I love the hunting knife setup. I started in a very similar fashion haha.
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  8. #23
    Charter Member
    us
    Jun 2008
    Stroudsburg Monroe co. PA
    Whites Specra V3I, Whites Beach Hunter
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    bags by Freeloader are the way to go
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  9. #24
    us
    ↑ Tesoro of the Day

    Mar 2016
    where bigfoot roams
    Various Tesoro - mostly Bandido II μMAX
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    just got my "freeloader" pouches..nice!

    Received 'em today! Matt does very nice work and was a pleasure to deal with. They're so well made, I plan on ordering another Park Ranger in gray and a cover for my Sampson shovel.

    Both of these have an extra zippered pocket added.

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    SD51 and dsdigger like this.
    move along - nothing to see here..

  10. #25
    us
    Mar 2017
    Center of North America
    Etrac- Sunray x5, x8, x12. Garrett AT Gold- Nel Attack coil. Garrett Carrot
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    Have to post because I love my finds pouch/tool belt. Perfect size and has all the pouches needed to hold everything securely. Also came with a nice belt and it has a "hard" rim so it isn't folding in on itself and makes it easy to drop finds in, which I like. Also has room to hold a lot of finds. The name is "Dead on tools utility pouch".
    I also use Cate's gardening kneepads which I also love Waterproof, durable padding, and fit securely without velcro coming undone or sliding down. They save the knees, that's for sure.
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  11. #26
    us
    Sep 2014
    Longmont, CO
    Gold Pan, Sluice, Hand Dredge, X-Terra 30, X-Terra 705, Sand Shark
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    I have two bag I carry. I got a regular minelab with one of my detectors. I used it to carry tools (digging knife,
    pinpointer, probe, screwdriver, hand towel, spare batteries) and the zippered pouch holds anything good I find (namely precious metal finds or old coins) I took an old shoulder strap off of piece of luggage and modified that so I can just clip it on to my belt or belt loops.

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    My "finds pouch" is actually ment for boating, but it's a mess bag with 1 large and three small pockets. It was meant to be suction cupped to the side of your boat and hold tools/supplies while letting the water drain. I really like it because it let's all the dirt/sand work it's way out. I just put tent grommets in the suction cup holes, and caribiners in the outside 2 of those, then clip it to my belt or belt loops

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    Metal Detecting bucket List
    Pirate/Spanish Treasure
    Gold Nugget
    Tellurides
    X Silver Ore
    Gold Jewlery
    X Silver Jewelry
    Gold Coin
    Silver Coin
    Trade Dollar
    Eisenhower Dollar
    Coin from the 1800's
    Indian Head Penny
    Buffalo Nickel
    X Wheat Penny
    X Miners Tag
    Tax Token
    Store Token
    X A Gun
    A Stash of some kind

  12. #27

    Mar 2014
    SWFL
    X-terra 705
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    Relic Elite metal detecting pouch (search ebay) well made, works great, lots of pockets and room for water bottle, phone, pin pointer, and mesh bottom.

    Made by omegamill

  13. #28
    us
    Apr 2004
    Southern Appalachia
    BH Pioneer 202, Whites CM2 BFO, Harbor Freight 9 function
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    Hey gunsil that Imperial hunting knife is around 50 years old and some consider them collectors items, you might want to swap it for another knife as the plastic handles on those are prone to breaking, which just makes yours more interesting.

  14. #29
    us
    Apr 2004
    Southern Appalachia
    BH Pioneer 202, Whites CM2 BFO, Harbor Freight 9 function
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    For a finders bag I use an old leather ammo pouch with a tight fitting plastic container inserted and a slot cut in the top of the leather with a corresponding slot cut into the lid of the plastic container. I can run with that setup and not lose any found coins in the pouch. Here's a You Tube video on my basic digging gear and arrangement on a GI type web belt. https://youtu.be/in5Pf2iSo28

 

 
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