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Hello All,

This board is real simple you are welcome to sell anything related to gold prospecting, metal detecting, treasure hunting and most anything even remotely related to same. This forum is for used or homemade items only unless posted by forum owner!

You must have at least 10 regular posts or comments at this forum to be able to sell your used or approved homemade items.

No smut, rip offs, eBay auction links, or general stupidity (except my own) is allowed here and that's it.

Good luck selling or finding what you need and always remember buyer beware as this is a PUBLIC FORUM!

NO DEALERS other than the forum Owner (NuggetShooter.com) will be allowed to post their products anywhere at Nugget Shooter Forums unless a person specifically asks for that information from that dealer. Again please NO EBAY LINKS!

I go through and delete old stuff once a month so if'n your item is gone by expiration please feel free to re-post it.

Bill Southern

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    • Ben, You are right.  Lots of stories now about 70. https://watchers.news/2018/10/19/iridium-satellite-fuel-tank-crash-california-october-2018/ Mitchel
    • Ben, Hi ... been a while. Where did you get the area of the fall? The tank in the walnut grove would certainly be on private land.  That would be a problem.  What's the value of Iridium 70 pieces right now? I'm thinking they don't say much about this space junk because they don't know how 'hot' a particular piece would be after bouncing off the atmosphere.  It 'could' make a lot of news here but they are kinda keeping it under the radar. Mitchel
    • Grubstake, The event 4094 was headed in a northerly direction. The pieces described landing in Hanford could very well be part of what we saw.  It came from south to north.   Where I was north of Ridgecrest would put it in line of going over Bakersfield before it slowed down and stopped burning ... or at least some of it.  I think other pieces would be much farther north. Mitchel
    • There's a ton of wisdom in that post.  My path in life was similar, just in a different part of the world, and I raised daughters on my own, instead of a son.  I suspect a son would have been less complicated, but I'm satisfied with my lot.
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