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Compass 1991 Full Line Catalog, 4.2 MB pdf file, 16 pages

Compass Metal Detector Forum

A generous file donation by Sven1

Contents:

X100 Challenger
XP Pro Plus
XP Pro Scanner
XP 350 Scanner
Coin Scanner
Gold Scanner
Gold Scanner Pro
Liberty 150
Liberty 50
Coin Hustler
Two Box Locator P.S. 5
North American Gold Dredge

 


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