Trowel, Shovel, Holder

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Charles Abbeyville wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 7:17 am But having attached the trowel to this curly cord, where does the trowel sit? I am looking for a sheath to attach to my Minelab harness and up to now I can't find one suitable. :thumbsup:
I think the one I have came with the trowel, but you can buy them separately (eg on ebay) or (get someone to) make one. :thumbsup:
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Pete E wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 12:49 am A decent pinpointer is well over £100, even a branded trowel such as those from Evo are £30 plus..Having lost one trowel, both items are now attached by curly cords and I put up with the odd tangle....
This one is £6, so one I’m willing to loose it. I have an evolution trowel too, which I use in the summer, and it has it’s own belt mounted leather sheath so that one gets it’s own bungee :thumbsup:
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Charles Abbeyville wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 7:17 am But having attached the trowel to this curly cord, where does the trowel sit? I am looking for a sheath to attach to my Minelab harness and up to now I can't find one suitable. :thumbsup:
Do you have an evolution trowel or another make?
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Charles Abbeyville wrote: Sat Mar 16, 2024 7:17 am But having attached the trowel to this curly cord, where does the trowel sit? I am looking for a sheath to attach to my Minelab harness and up to now I can't find one suitable. :thumbsup:
I bought an ammo pouch from an Army Surplus place and then butchered into sheath...The sheath has a plastic liner made from some heated \ squished pvc pipe....Below is a rather hasty pic I ve just snapped as I loaded my car ready for tomorrow, but it gives you the idea...
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Just found a pic of an older version, again with the flattened pvc pipe liner....
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