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    White's detector bag

    I looked at all the hardware stores for a detecting bag as I'm tired of taking my belt off to put my pinpointer and digger in, I couldn't find anything that would work good for my needs. I'm glad I didn't since I ordered the White's signature series bag and it's everything I needed and more, I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a quality diggers bag. HH
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    Thanks for sharing.
    AKA: Rodney _______ Detectors Used:
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    Thanks for the info !!
    If there's anything I hate worse than diggin' pulltabs, its missin' a gold ring.

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    Be careful with the zipper. Mine wont work anymore. My experience with zippers that are curved is not good . I had a pair of motorcycle boots like that and I can not zip them up without it coming loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajundigger View Post
    Be careful with the zipper. Mine wont work anymore. My experience with zippers that are curved is not good . I had a pair of motorcycle boots like that and I can not zip them up without it coming loose.
    Try spraying the zipper with some silicone spray.

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    I use bee's wax on tough zippers. Works well on my riding leathers.

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    Thanks for the tips. The bees wax worked fine. Able to get zipper up easier. Was a bad spot that would get hung up, just kept going over it a few times real fast till it worked. Now I have my pouch fixed

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