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  1. thanks guys! yeah it was slow goin, but I have a couple places to go back to now
  2. Thanks guys! and thanks for watching Tom!
  3. Got me a lil NV love this week. Also...In case you didn't know https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjIRNLVhITQ
  4. Your thoughts? http://www.minelab.com/usa/consumer/knowledge-base/news?article=215928
  5. Here's part two to our ghost town hunt. Ended up with a bunch of cool stuff including a ring, a pendant, F.V.V. & co cartridges, henry repeater cartridges and a sweet bottle.
  6. i got to swing over the sample today… It gives a decent signal on all three machines
  7. Thanks guys. Like I said, I'll have a chance to sample it soon so I hope that one of my three machines will hit it. I have the most hope for the GB pro but I'm really hoping that my Frame will hit it. I'm not sure sure if you guys are familiar with the Frame PI or not but it's similar to a Lorenz or a Pulse Star. The benefit of hunting with that unit is obviously the ability go deep and cover waaaay more ground. Fingers crossed.
  8. Hi guys, I have an opportunity to hunt for an H5 Chondrite and I was wondering if they are easily detected with a metal detector? From everything I've read it seems that they would have no problems being detected however, when I was obtaining permission from the gentleman that has found one of them he stated that another gentleman scanned the meteorite with his detector and he was unable to produce a signal? Now… Yes it is an actual meteorite and it has been classified by a university. There has been two samples found. I don't know what type of detector was used on the initial test. The sampl
  9. http://www.minelab.com/usa/consumer/knowledge-base/news
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