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  2. Nugget Shooter

    How To Order Coil Cover For GPZ7000 Stock Coil

    I have one in stock and simply forgot Martin dang it. Send the address by PM and will ship tomorrow morning.
  3. Nugget Shooter

    Unexpected find...

    Calcite Ron.....
  4. Today
  5. Nugget Shooterette

    Waiting patiently

    Ready for another hunt honey!😂
  6. Edge

    Cabin Fever Fun

    I just sold a 1967 Sheridan .20cal in pretty good shape. Was surprised how much $ it brought.
  7. Rod

    The tongue rock???

    If it is a tongue I have some layered rock cake it might like Cool find you have there.
  8. BUMP O.K. Uncle Marvin sez get this Meteorite Coil to a new owner Lower the price to $125.00 inc. shipping.
  9. Yesterday
  10. nugget108

    The tongue rock???

    Kind of looks like it could have been a clam.
  11. d_day

    The tongue rock???

    This looks like a fragment of an ironstone concretion. It's got an unusual shape but otherwise is very common.
  12. With Art Bell gone, perhaps he'll have to retire?
  13. Found this while looking for fossils. I know the surrounding rock is probably sedimentary but the "tongue" part itself when wet looks gelatenous- kind of clearish. Opaque. Underneath the "tongue" there is a little sparkle probably from a little piece of quartz? You can see the surface of the "tongue" has a texture to it. I would love for someone to take a guess as to what it might be. I'm afraid to pick at it very much as I wouldn't want to destroy it. Its kind of odd in a creepy sort of way. I'm sure there is a simple explanation I just have no clue what it is. I am new to the whole rock collecting thing. And on top of that I'm really old! I found it behind our house and we live on a hill in SE Oklahoma if that helps with any of the geological suggestions. I've already been told there are no fossils of animals in our area. Thanks for any help out there.
  14. GeoJack

    A rock I found.

    Glass scratchs glass. I'm in the business.
  15. garimpo

    THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

    THOUGHT FOR THE DAY A married man should forget his mistakes.There's no use in two people remembering the same thing!
  16. I have a signal enhancer for the GPX series with 3 batteries, 2 near new, the power pack, and camo control box cover with pocket for enhancer, and near new battery charger. It all works fine, selling because i got a deal on a Docs unit. $180 shipped in conus.
  17. frank c

    A rock I found.

    Who told you Glass won't scratch glass ? I was born in a glass shop in 1952, an I say it does.
  18. Vailtribe

    A rock I found.

    The thing is very big . Yea it's in Egypt . But glass dosnt scratch glass right ? It's about (which I had a scale) it weighs about 10-15 lbs .. I will looked up Judea glass . Thanks for the tpi . Appreciate your time and efforts ! Rena
  19. Saul R W

    A rock I found.

    Vailtribe, if you found that glass in Egypt, and not in Minnesota, it's possible that you found a piece of Judean green glass. In Roman times, a variety of very heavy green glass was made from sand at sites along the Har HaKarmel (Carmel Mountains) foothills in coastal Judea (northern Israel). The glass was valuable, and was sold to glassblowers throughout the empire. The glass came out of the Judean kilns in blobs weighing several tons each, which were then broken into pieces for distribution to glass blowers who made items such as goblets and jewelry and window panes. The goblets, et cetera, were sometimes fancified by goldsmiths (elsewhere, not in Judea). Broken pieces of glassware made from Judean green glass can be found throughout the empire, including in Egypt. The Vatican has the only known unbroken glassware made from Judean glass (dated to ~400-500 CE). There was another, more valuable, green glass made near Alexandria in Roman times. Or you might have found a melted 7-Up bottle.
  20. d_day

    A rock I found.

    It's just plain old glass. The bubbles are the telltale sign. Green obsidian is extremely rare, and almost always opaque. It never is as translucent as the piece you have.
  21. Good morning. Been searching the net trying to figure it out but it's hard . I am from Minnesota but living Egypt . Where I live they are building and doing alot of rockblasting . Any ways I found this rock. . When searching the forms here. I did find something like it but thefference is there is alot of hold and bubbles in it. I think it's green obsedine (sorry spelling). It looks like glass but it's very heavy. It scraches glass . There is also a seed ? Or something trapped in it. Lava glass? It looks like a crystal but not see through . I will try to post a pic but it will not do it justice. I am sorry I am new to this and just know a little bit. Also , being here in Egypt I have no idea who you ask but Any suggestions of where to gain more info . Or ideas of what it is. I greatly appreciate it. Thanks so much for your time . Rena
  22. Hi Bill: I'd like to purchase a coil for my 7000. Have you had a chance to see if you have one in stock and how much to send you? Thanks! Martin
  23. billpeters

    Best Ebay hoaxes yet, enjoy!

    Morlock, You can see his other auctions on Ebay. His handle is jameschan8 . Maybe you can check out the ones pulled off of Mars by a passing comet. They ought to be interesting. Quote: I believe, a passing Comets Electrical "lightning" pulling terrain up like an electric sky plow!! Keep us posted. billpeters
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  25. Morlock

    Best Ebay hoaxes yet, enjoy!

    What's his username? I'd like to see what else he has for sake.
  26. pondmn

    Jim Straight here

    No finer gentleman than Jim.....When he is around you do not talk but listen to what he has to say. You will learn much. Howdy Jim hope all is ok. Jerry
  27. Uncle Ron

    Unexpected find...

    I've hunted the area too and found a few bits of it but didn't think much about and just tossed them back ... Guess I screwed up ... I always gather the clear gypsum or whatever it is...In fact someplace here I have coffee can's full, provided I didn't throw it away! ...Cheers, Unc
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