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  • Tnsharpshooter changed the title to Relic Recoverist Using Equinox 800 - Video

Nice video with a good hunt, liked seeing the bullets and someone other than me digging foil.

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She used to use an AT gold, guess she recently switched. Looks like she digs with one of the smaller Predator shovels like the Barracuda that I have. I'm going to move up to the Ranger soon, it digs a bit deeper and wider hole, not to mention having a D handle. Those little guys are great, but a good plug saves time.

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