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Re: Do any of you use a harness for the E-Trac?
Posted by: jc1965
Date: March 16, 2016 08:16AM
I use the proswing 45. Its worth every penny. It extends my hunting times with no effort at all. I highly recommend it

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Re: Do any of you use a harness for the E-Trac?
Posted by: pointer80
Date: March 30, 2016 05:43PM
Pro swing harness all the way

Re: Do any of you use a harness for the E-Trac?
Posted by: alkazoo
Date: April 28, 2016 06:28AM
for those of you that use the proswing harness...does it work for us "husky" types? :| How many inch waist does it accommodate? 46 here...Hate to buy something that constantly reminds me to loose weight...I married a women for that..lol

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Re: Do any of you use a harness for the E-Trac?
Posted by: thirdbornau
Date: June 22, 2016 08:52AM
This may sound strange but it has helped me so much with the sore shoulder.

I use a normal pair of mens braces the type they hold up the trousers with one I fasten the back clip to the back of a belt that i put around my waist at the front i put the left clip on my belt and the right clip i wrap around my detector until it feels comfortable then clip it onto the braces itself,if it feels tight on the shoulder i have a piece of fur underneath.I find this setup more flexible than a swingy one which i found restricted my swing,just try this i have done it for years it was suggested to me by our local detector dealer and i wouldn't do it any other way.

cheers Maureen S. (thirdbornau)

Re: Do any of you use a harness for the E-Trac?
Posted by: jc1965
Date: November 21, 2016 12:31PM
Pro Swing 45 all the way

Re: Do any of you use a harness for the E-Trac?
Posted by: nge
Date: April 18, 2017 10:41PM
I can't have my coil one foot in front of me, it sounds off on my Titanium knees:rant: I have to have my coil at least 2 feet from me. nge

Harness for the E-Trac?
Posted by: Rich (Utah)
Date: April 26, 2017 11:55PM
I was hunting with an Explorer XS with the original coil and the Sunray X-1 Pinpointer (original white probe) Hurt my swinging shoulder and was dying when I took out the Explorer. I picked up a swingy thingy and it did help, but I felt that I had A LOT going on with cables and bungies. I sold the explorer and bought an etrac with the smaller, lighter X-1 probe, but after a time, the cables and bungy were bugging me, so i tried a handheld pinpointer and left the X-1 and swingy thingy home. Losing the weight on the search rod was enough to relieve the soreness in the shoulder and I liked using the handheld pointer to boot. Later on, I picked up an RNB battery and dropped a couple more OZ's from the detector AND gained a bunch of detecting time between charges.

If I am hunting open grass areas with no snags, there isn't a problem using a swingy thingy. If I am in the woods and brush, it is prone to getting hung up on branches and the like. But that's me.

Lately, I've been trying to use detectors lighter in weight to keep the shoulder from getting sore. Helps the shoulder, but I do miss my etrac.

Rich -



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