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    Finds Pouch - Whatcha Using?

    In the market for a new finds pouch. What’s everyone using? Photos of your setup would be appreciated!

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    I use a pouch from Xtreme Scoops. I like it.
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    I actually wear a fishing vest when detecting. (Google "fishing vest" and they all kind of look the same). It has a bunch of pockets, which allows me to segregate "top pocket finds" from the garbage. My vest's pockets are deep enough to even hold my pinpointer and turf digging tool so I don't need their belt holders.
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    I have both the Park Ranger and the Pack Mule pouches. The Pack Mule has more room for trash and treasure.

    Here's a link to Colonial Metal Detectors page where they can be purchased...

    https://www.colonialmetaldetectors.c...e-pouches.html

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    I use a pouch I think was a small electricians pouch from Lowe's. Works great and holds pin pointer, probe tool, small digging garden trowel. one pocket for junk, one for treasure, lol. Was 8 or 10 bucks.
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    I have a new, never used, Park Ranger in Coyote Brown I’d sell for $39 plus shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD51 View Post
    I have both the Park Ranger and the Pack Mule pouches. The Pack Mule has more room for trash and treasure.

    Here's a link to Colonial Metal Detectors page where they can be purchased...

    https://www.colonialmetaldetectors.c...e-pouches.html
    Is this the only place to buy them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fossil4Life View Post
    Is this the only place to buy them?
    I think that’s correct.


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    I just received a park ranger bag from colonial, and I got to say I’m 1000% satisfied! I appreciate quality and believe me when I say that there is litterally not a stitch out of place. It’s a thing of beauty and feel it is a bargain for the price. I totally understand that people weigh price with quality so I get buying a pouch for $25 and calling it done. Still might get a bag from the other gentleman on here making them. (Digbags) on Etsy.
    Kris
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    I’m pretty satisfied with the low price solution....I’ve been using a basic canvas 3 pouch nail apron for years. Simple and ties in the back, adjust over what ever I’m wearing, no hassle. Less than $5 and sorts everything the way I like it, junk, keepers and maybes. It has a hammer loop that my digger hangs in, each pouch is big enough for my probe. I generally carry my digger and probe in my free hand anyway. When it’s dirty i throw it in the washer every now and then, looks like new.
    Just my 2 cents.
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    I have a couple i use. One is the Garrett digital camo pouch. It has the strap on the outside for the Garrett pinpointer holster, which is good. Has a big main pouch and then a zipper compartment to put the good finds in.

    I got the mesh pouch from Kellyco when I bought the equinox. I like it because it has two huge compartments and its easy to drop a coin in one of the huge compartments. The faster I can stow a find the better and get on to the next target, so I like the big compartment finds bags. I also have a little holster zip pouch for my smartphone that has 2 compartments and I sometimes use on of the compartments for coins.
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    I use a Chinese People's Liberation Army surplus mail pouch.

    It's big enough to hold trash, a couple of tools, and a smaller inner pouch for keepers.
    At the end of a hunt I just turn it upside down and shake the dirt out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianc053 View Post
    I actually wear a fishing vest when detecting. (Google "fishing vest" and they all kind of look the same). It has a bunch of pockets, which allows me to segregate "top pocket finds" from the garbage. My vest's pockets are deep enough to even hold my pinpointer and turf digging tool so I don't need their belt holders.
    Great minds think alike. Been using a fishing vest for years!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildcat1750 View Post
    I use a Chinese People's Liberation Army surplus mail pouch.

    It's big enough to hold trash, a couple of tools, and a smaller inner pouch for keepers.
    At the end of a hunt I just turn it upside down and shake the dirt out.
    USA will be soon issuing to all American citizens as part of new stimulus package.

 

 
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