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Compass 1982 Metal Detector Catalog


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Compass 1982 Treasure Hunting Guide, 5.57 MB pdf file, 17 pages

Compass Metal Detector Forum

A generous file donation by Sven1

Contents:

Coin Magnum
Relic Magnum 7
Magnum 420
Magnum 320
Magnum 240
Judge 6
Judge 2 Automatic
Compass 94B
Compass 77B
Coin Hustler II
Coin Hustler I
Pipe Seeker 5
Price List

 

Edited by Steve Herschbach


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