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    Sharkhunter Question

    Hi
    Maybe someone can answer my question. I might be in the market for a sharkhunter. Can someone tell me the smallest dial of all the models.
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    Joel

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    Re: Sharkhunter Question

    Quote Originally Posted by fisherman View Post
    Hi
    Maybe someone can answer my question. I might be in the market for a sharkhunter. Can someone tell me the smallest dial of all the models.
    Thanks
    Joel

    Hi there Joel! It sounds as if you are in the market for a SUB 1000T Sharkhunter!

    We have them in the standard, the COSC, and the Sharkhunter Military Edition!

    Give us a call at:
    (877) 255 - 5017 and we'll be happy to help you out!

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    Re: Sharkhunter Question

    fisherman,
    If you go to the sub forums at the top of the Doxa forum page Doc Pete has reviews of most of the Doxa line and a lot of pictures so you can get an idea of the different sizes out there. If I didn't explain it good enough here is a link to the review site. http://www.doxa300t.com/reviews.htm
    Good luck in your hunt and beware they are addictive. Randy
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    Re: Sharkhunter Question

    Thanks guys for the info

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    Re: Sharkhunter Question



    One more thing Fisherman.... Welcome to the Doxa Forum!

    I love my Sharkhunter's, I have the 750T version in both stainless steel (on the right in the first pic) and PVD (Military Sharkhunter). Enjoy your hunt!




    Regards, T Bone.

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