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Old 08-12-2017, 09:24 AM
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Default Sand scoops...Any recomedations???

Looking to invest in a sand scoop for the occasional beach hunt when I'm south. Beach/ sand hunting is not something I'll be doing everyday so I'm not wanting to invest tons of $$$. Looking for something practical and dependable that will get the job done. Any suggestions?

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2017: 1941 Washington Quarter, 1927 Merc Dime, 1943 Merc Dime, 7 Wheaties and $15.18 in clad.
2018: $4.30 in clad, 1953 Wheat

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Old 08-12-2017, 11:40 AM
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Old 08-13-2017, 11:42 AM
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6x11 with SS tip and grab handle , happy hunting, Earl

Excalibur Blue 1000, Excalibur Blue 800, Dual CTX3030's, Equinox 800, Surf Pi DF, Sovereign GT, F -75 SE-Boost & DST , 1976 Coin Master ***** In The Past Detectors used -- Two- E-trac's , V3I, Omega 8000, 3- Euro Tek Pro's,2- F75 Standard, Cz70 Pro, Cz20 , Excalibur Sword, Two Excalibur 2's & my 1st - One Hot Blue Excalibur 10

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