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  1. #1
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    Combat Vet

    May 2012
    Eastern Tennessee
    XP Deus, CTX3030, Etrac, Safari, AT-Pro (American History Metal Detecting)
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    Relic Hunting

    Fischer F75 and T2 covers now available!


  2. #2
    Charter Member

    Mar 2003
    So. Cal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milspec Accessories View Post
    $48 for a cover! No way.

  3. #3
    us
    Combat Vet

    May 2012
    Eastern Tennessee
    XP Deus, CTX3030, Etrac, Safari, AT-Pro (American History Metal Detecting)
    198
    69 times
    Relic Hunting
    I'm sure you will have no problem finding a Chinese made cover for 20.00. Keep us in mind when it falls apart in a month. With our products you get what you pay for, milspec quality.

  4. #4
    us
    Apr 2012
    maryville TN
    TEKNETICS G2
    5
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    how about a tek G2

  5. #5
    us
    Jun 2011
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    Really if you think about it, that is not to bad of a price. I mean you are protecting a detector you paid hundreds of dollars for! I know I paid a lot of money for my last detector. So I think its a small investment to keep your machine safe from the elements.
    These covers are sewn out of military grade materials . From what I have seen on the market they are hands down better than those thin crappy fitting covers you find on fleabay! And I'm not associated with these guys at all. I have owned a few cheap covers and they do not hold up to my style of hunting!

  6. #6
    us
    Combat Vet

    May 2012
    Eastern Tennessee
    XP Deus, CTX3030, Etrac, Safari, AT-Pro (American History Metal Detecting)
    198
    69 times
    Relic Hunting
    The same material that we use to make our covers, sheaths, bags, and belts is also the same material that was used to keep me alive while in combat for 13 months in Iraq. We try to gear our products towards the hard hunting relic hunters that are fighting brush and whatever else the outdoors throws at them. If our products are durable enough to handle daily use in the woods, desert, lakes, rivers, and ocean... I believe our prices are very fair, I also believe that our products are the best on the market! So if you are a seriouse treasure hunter that is willing to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a machine, why wouldn't you want the best the materials available to protect your investment?

    A-32

 

 

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