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  1. Click Here to watch Video Plans dont always work out but the Gold we found metal detecting an old Gravel bar sure didnt disappoint !!!! Me and Gary @ Two Toe's had planned to do some Hydraulic Pit detecting in one of our favorite spots but old Mother nature had other plans. After a lot of discussion and a long drive we decide to Metal Detect an old Gravel Bar to see what Gold it might be hiding in its bedrock crevices. This time plan B worked out pretty good !!!!!! SG 034
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  2. @Odinxgen Just an FYI and a warning for future posts from you. We have 3 main rules on these forums, first is no verbal attacking other members, second no political content/discussions, etc., and thirdly no religious content/discussions, you have broken the third rule, the reason for no religious content is not because we're Godless people and don't believe in religion, on the contrary I believe most if not all here believe in God, but because some of us possibly or most likely have different religious beliefs, so a few years ago because of many arguments over religious beliefs the owner
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  3. Could the problem be the green in your horn? The tender in your foot? The dampness behind your ears? Maybe you need Jesus to help you figure it out?
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  4. There are materials testing outfits all over. Ask anyone involved in construction and they can point you to someone that can perform an XRF analysis for you. It generally will cost about $15 if you take the sample to them. If you don't require a written report most guys will shoot your rock for free. It only takes about five seconds. Keep in mind it only analyzes a tiny spot that the laser hits. So on a specimen like a low iron chondrite you won't get an accurate assessment unless you shoot the specimen a few times and make sure some metal gets under that tiny spot the machine is "seeing"
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  5. You might want to check with ElDorado Steve Wandt and get his input.... https://www.facebook.com/steve.wandt/videos/862335620472275
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  6. It is just like a "future mining claim". Only in the past. Can I get an "amen" on that?
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  7. Nothing has changed there Electrician. That land (nearly 10,000 acres) was patented to the State in 1981 as an indemnity selection. The patent was based on land that was granted to the State of Arizona in 1914 but the State didn't select the land until 1981. You can see the patent HERE. Next time you think the sky is falling or someone is stealing land check out the Arizona Land Status map. I got all the details and links to that patent in a matter of seconds using the map.
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  8. Always enjoy both you and Gary's videos. Thanks for the effort you put in, the are always entertaining and I learn something new from most of them. Regards, Kyle
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  9. I already watched it, Jeff. Fun video. You guys always are. Jim
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  10. UPDATE ON CV19: it's been almost 10 months since I had the CV19 and some of it is still with me. About once or twice a week I start the cough again but one or two sprays of the throat spay stops it in it's tracks. Finally got my taste and smell back but in the months that have followed I've lost 17.7 lbs. I wasn't fat so the weight loss has been in my muscles.The Doc's here don't know how to stop the loss only to say eat more and lift weights. Saturday a couple here bought their first detector, a Minelab Gold Monster 1000. they brought it by my house
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  11. I recommend Chris Ralph’s “Fistful of Gold” book. It may not be the best title to make you think its legitimate, but it basically comes down to hard work and finding the correct way for your area. Before you even decide on the metal detector, I would find out if the areas you plan on going to have gold at all, and how it is recovered. I’m sure there’s plenty of targets anywhere you bring the metal detector, but most areas will just be junk and not gold.
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