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So ive been about 2 months trying to find a coin elite pouch, i actually got in touch with the guy from digginitees who sales them and asked about them and he just said yea i sell em soon as i get them tryin to get more, again that was quite a while ago, does anyone know where a person can get one? 

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Fskafish,

Check Google with “Metal Detecting elite pouches” as your search criteria.

Also: Amazon.com with “coin elite metal detecting pouches”.

https://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?t=229445, will also give you some personal recommendations.

Either of these sources should give you some effective results.  

Good luck out there.  Dave

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Thanks dave for the info, none on amazon or ebay, omega mill doesnt even list it, but i was told they still make them, crazy!

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Doc makes/sells some similar products....

fred

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Fred can u elaborate?

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7 hours ago, dgatleyDP said:

 

Check Google with “Metal Detecting elite pouches” as your search criteria.

https://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?t=229445, will also give you some personal recommendations.

Either of these sources should give you some effective results.  

Good luck out there.  Dave

I can vouch for that pouch :smile:

strick

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There is a guy on treasurenet called freeloader that will custom make you a pouch.  They are by far the best and very highy quality.  I think he might have been or made bags for military purposes, again super high quality canvas pouche, custom to how you want, at a great price you can't beat.  He is in the marketplace section.

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Thanks for that info, i looked freeloader up and you are right his pouches seem like a quality product and the testimonials are all positive, and he will customize them exactly how you want it...thanks for that info afreakofnature...

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try Docs detecting supply , he is in Las Vegas , that is who Fred recommended 

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