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Friday, November 26 2010
If you've got a treasure hunter, gold prospector, or outdoorsman on your gift list this season, or are your own not-so-secret Santa, you'll be glad to know about these holiday savings:

• Spend $250 and get a FREE $10 Amazon gift card when you enter the word AMAZON in the Extra Information field at check out (gift card sent separate from your order). *Hurry—offer ends November 30.

• Spend $350 and automatically get FREE shipping!  No coupon code required.

• While supplies last, Fisher is giving away FREE headphones and pick with the purchase of a Gold Bug Pro with 5 inch coil or Gold Bug DP with 11 inch DD coil, or Teknetics G2 metal detector. No coupon code required.

• And remember, we have the best prices on Woodman's Pal machete— made in the USA since 1941!

We appreciate your business!  Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving!
Posted by: Denise AT 01:58 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Friday, January 01 2010
If you're a military history buff and haven't heard about the Woodman's Pal Nostalgia Collection, you're in for a nice surprise! In early 1942, the US Signal Corp was issued this collection as standard equipment— a Premium Woodman's Pal tool, canvas sheath, round honing stone and set of 4 manuals. Each of the 4 manuals provided the soldiers with valuable information on a variety of topics. The titles are: Care, Use & Sharpening of the Woodman's Pal; Living in the Jungle; Survival Tool Kit Airman's; and Fighting with USA Knife LC-14-B. The manuals in today's Woodman's Pal Nostalgia Collection are reprints, but contain the original wording and artwork from the original manuals from 1942. The olive green canvas sheath has a zippered closure and is a true vintage military design from World War II. It attaches to your belt via the canvas loop. This collection is a best selling item and makes a great gift!
Posted by: Denise AT 07:20 pm   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
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