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XP Detector Team At California Gold Mine

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XP’s Team USA visits California’s OK Mine...

 

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 If your going to be on a " XP Team USA " video and be advertising the XP Deus metal detector, why would you film yourself using a Garrett pin pointer and not use a XP Deus pin pointer? (I thought isn't that one of the purposes of there video's is to be advertising the XP Deus products.) 

If that guy can afford three GoPro camera's you would think he could have easily afford to buy a Deus pin pointer. 

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Maybe he actually prefers the Garrett and XP is cool enough to not care. To me that makes it more real than putting a gun to a persons head that they must use only Team gear no matter how trivial. I don’t and never will only use stuff from one supplier.

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I wish I knew how they are getting such good quality out of there videos or what their using to shoot and edit with.

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Maybe email them or ask on their channel?

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