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    Elite Member Digger_O'Dell's Avatar
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    New Utility Belt Rig

    Hi all,
    Just wanted to show my new belt rig for detecting. It's a modular setup consisting of a heavy 2" nylon duty belt inside a MOLLE equipped battle belt. I have numerous pouches for finds and carrying whatever else I may need such as phone, spare batteries for the detector and pinpointer, water bottle, X-large dump pouch for the trash, and even a detachable thigh rig for extra storage on long hauls. This setup is easy to reconfigure to whatever needs I have on any given day, heavy duty military grade for strength and durability, light weight, padded, and can be put on in a few seconds for getting out in the field quickly.
    Oh yes, it also allows for easy mounting and access to my pinpointer and lesche, and has the D rings in case I want to add on a harness for heavier loads, and/or vest, back pack, etc. if I decide to add on more later.

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    PS: The 8 place AA battery holder and case haven't arrived yet-that's the open spot in front of the lesche.
    Last edited by Digger_O'Dell; 09-03-2015 at 04:50 AM.
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