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Lots of people use the Garrett pouch. It's simple and light. A good choice if you carry few accessories as it's well made and long lasting.
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It's approx. 23 x 9 x 28cm and I think cost £7 or £8 + p&p from surplus and outdoors.com It works for me!
One i've made myself from an older canvas army bag (strong material).
Made several pockets (small, big) i wanted and holder for pinpointer. Ring to click stuff onto. Build in separate compartment for spare batteries. And some more.
This is hanging on a military coupling belt.
The other one is another military coupling belt with pouch system.
With different kinds of (ammo) pouches, so i can connect which i want to take on that hunt.
For instance i have a pouch for two long mags of which i took out the middle stitch so now it's one deep pouch for my hand shovel and pinpointer.
Even a drink can, pocket knife or army shovel pouch is possible.
And i can always combine both. That i put pouches next to my homemade pouch.
It's highly adjustable at my personal wishes.
Btw. I like the heavy duty army stuff for hunting. So nicely strong. And it's affordable.
Got me even more for hunting than just a belt.
XP Deus, 9" coil, remote with WS4
MI-6 pin pointer
Evolution shovel and hand trowel
I had an over the shoulder type before but it was always swinging around and getting in the way when I was trying to dig... this one is really stable as it's strapped to the leg.
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