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Topic: Hey there. Hi there. Ho there. I'm as happy as can be.

New Post by bugface on Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:28 am

:wow: Great finds with the new coil Bruce. :tu: The opal ring is a gem. Will the new coil replace your 17"? Also, do you think the 10x5 for the Etrac would improve the clad finds? :ty: in advance.

John

Topic: Hey there. Hi there. Ho there. I'm as happy as can be.

New Post by Never old on Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:28 am

Good write up, Bruce, with some awesome finds. Just goes to show, how much can be found if you work over an area slowly.

Topic: Vancouver Help

New Post by Micheal on Sat Sep 23, 2017 8:40 am

A pinpointer would almost certainly be a better option

Micheal

Topic: Vancouver Help

New Post by deep beeper on Sat Sep 23, 2017 8:39 am

Reminds me of some of the things that people have asked me to locate for them when they see me farting around outside. Iron property line stake (more than once), a buried culvert under a gravel road entrance, etc. Good luck with your request.

Topic: Los Angeles CA Beaches hunting

New Post by deep beeper on Sat Sep 23, 2017 8:35 am

Interesting post. That lion looks like one of those ''fighting'' rings.

Topic: Strange thing found

New Post by deep beeper on Sat Sep 23, 2017 8:31 am

Looks like a fun day out bud, good for you. :tu:

Topic: Hey there. Hi there. Ho there. I'm as happy as can be.

New Post by deep beeper on Sat Sep 23, 2017 8:27 am

Bruce, really, there is no shame in carrying your good luck ceramic ram around to sites, we understand. :smile:
I also understand your appreciation when a coil picks out small to tiny objects. It often, well it doesn't happen that often to me, sometimes surprises me when I pull out a tiny starter pistol blank (they have little acorns on them). And wonderful finds B.T.W.. Your tiny silver and huge opal/gold are really sweet indeed. I have no personal interest in the coil myself but it was a good write up and imparts knowledge/experience toward a potential buyer, good for you.
:tu:
The pics remind me of wheat stubble fields out here, a real pain in the noise maker to swing in. I remember a northern site years ago where the wild grass was knee to hip high. I threw a piece of chip board on the ground then stomped it down and swung over it. Then I leg flipped it forward and repeated. Very tiring but also very effective.