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  1. Just my two cents This would also pertain to culverts. They are particularly popular to mine. That said there is not a public right of way police. I would say that this would go pretty much un noticed by any public law enforcement agency unless perhaps you were tearing the place up.
  2. Thank you guys It's been fun getting all this gray!
  3. Sounds like you might want to consider a crusher too
  4. It's disappointing that you moderate and stop any sort of political dialog and yet you make a comment

    1. Au Seeker

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      I moderate any personal attacks or any post in violation of forum rules and any replies to such posts, not on topic dialog, etc.,  most of the time I never comment if ever, but the one time I do you complaint??

  5. I found one last Sunday on a beat up patch with the Gold Bug 2. Can't believe people walked past this one for a 100 years
  6. Sonoran Dave That is a really nice VW Bug build!
  7. Big mining is to blame. And they have all the time and money to buy the rights to destroy even the most pristine environment. Sad because eventually they will grease the right palm and off they go.
  8. Don't you think the price of gold is relative to what you can buy with the price of gold. $2,000 is equal to what you could buy when gold was worth $20 dollars an ounce depending on where you were
  9. Here was my point. We get a lot of rain in the summer down south and most of the gold is in the clay. So when you get a target in mud/clay you don't want to use a scoop like that, (adding water and using like a gold pan). You would waste a lot of time on each target. The regular scoop is better for mud because the target won't get hung up in the caked mud behind the riffle. I might buy one at some point but it is a tool and each tool has it's place. This tool is probably not the best choice for mud and metal detecting.
  10. I guess you don't metal detect Doc.
  11. Probably won't be so hot in the mud or wet ground. But it's a good idea. I think the old tome prospectors used their scoops for testing
  12. Nice Finds! I gotta say that is a priceless expression on the lizard he is looking at you like what the heck.
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