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Terry Soloman

Makro Multi Kruzer Unearths Missed Goodies in Pounded Park!

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I went to a park in Yonkers, New York, the second "hilliest" City in the United States, just behind San Francisco, and detected a park that has been heavily hunted since the 1970s. It is in a very old part of the City, that is now run down, and dangerous. I was approached by two sets of policemen during my 90-minute hunt, and after short conversations, me giving them my business card, and them warning me to "keep your eyes open," I continued detecting. Not my best hunt ever, but the Multi Kruzer, three-tone, 5kHz, gain 80, really sniffs out copper and silver missed by countless other detectorists over the last four decades!

Really starting to get a feel for the machine as I approach 100-hours on the headphones. I got out of the area without being robbed or assaulted, got some wheats, an IH with a marble beside it, and a silver. Happy-happy!

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Nice hunting, Mr. Soloman.  Nice, too, that you didn't get mugged. 

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Very Good Terry.
At least you were in an area that the Police went to !
Things are really that bad in that area ? Gang ?

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Yes, gangs and junkies. I had my Grave Digger Tools "Nemesis" shovel with me, so unless they had a gun I felt fairly safe. 

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Man wouldn't it be GREAT, "IF" there could be a group of vigilantes that cruised these areas and cleaned them up tight !
Wheres Charles Bronson anyway ?
Its getn more like "Escape from New York" everyday !

 

 

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