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Very nice find, congrats sir!

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It's very sensitive for such a big coil too and I do love the ground coverage.

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Well done! Thats a nice chunky chain.

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Impressive for sure! Congrats!

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Very nice chain, congrats! I’ve yet to use my 15” coil. I really need to.

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6 hours ago, BeachHunter said:

Very nice chain, congrats! I’ve yet to use my 15” coil. I really need to.

yes, yes you do! 🙂

 

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Very nice find.  The big coil is sneakier than it looks.

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