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Deluxe Mine Probe Kit, Sheath

Probe shallow. Probe deep. Probe as circumstances dictate with either Basic Mine Probe Kit or the Deluxe version. The shafts are engineered from titanium, combine for an overall length of 25 inches and are sensitive enough to transmit even the lightest contact. The interchangeable probing tips are made of Delrin, a non-conductive material. The Deluxe version includes the D.E.T. Mutli-Plier and Infinity Ultra Task Light. Both kits come complete with a black ballistic MOLLE compatible nylon sheath.

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Item # 05982 NSN # 5180-01-516-3229
  • Weight: 22.0 oz.
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  • 3 Nylon Probe Tips
  • 3 Titanium Probe Tips
  • Titanium Shaft
  • Nylon Handle
  • Infinity Ultra Task Light
  • D.E.T. Multi-Tool
  • Sheath
5 ThatOneGuy Kyle - NOV 23, 2015

I have a different version of this so I can't comment on most of the kit, but I've had the multitool for almost 9 years and haven't been kind to it. Dispute all the time I've had it and the rough use the blade still takes and holds an edge and the pliers still have traction. If has to be on of if not my absolute favorite multitool. 10/10

4 Captain Cupcake B. S. - APR 30, 2014

This tool is perfect for searching for mines and IEDs in the middle of football fields on military bases. I use mine often and it hasn't let me down yet.

3 EOD Big Pete - JUL 30, 2013

Overall it's a pretty good design. The delrin tips have broken at the shoulder, leaving the shank inside of the titanium shaft. I managed to fish it out, and now use the metal tips. It would be cool if the handle was modular, like the shafts are. If I want a small handle, just unscrew, a long handle; screw it back together.

5 awsome bob - JUL 21, 2013

this thing is the most amazing tool i have ever used

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