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SanDomingoJim

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  1. Great job on the dinks Mike. It's always nice to see the results of a good machine combined with operator skills.
  2. Ah...great memories. I worked on C and D models a ways back. Love my 357 and 1911 45. It's all good.
  3. Not sure if any water would be flowing. If not, might be some puddles around enough for panning. You can always find some color crevicing around bedrock areas. Any gold found tends to help when a gold fix is needed. Good luck to ya!
  4. Try "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre". It's an oldie but goodie.
  5. I had a butt ugly 8.9 grammer from the Lynx area. I put it in HF for a while and it come out really nice. Lost just over 2 grams after the soak. Kinda wish I never sold it. Oh well, live and learn.
  6. Happy Birthday Tom H,,,now all ya need is a BD nugget!!
  7. I grew up in the Phoenix area in the 50's and all we had back then was mourning and white tipped wing doves. Now we got all kinds of critters coming across the border.
  8. Geez Luke, that's one heck of a day. Glad you were able to get to help. Keep your radiator flushed real well and pee them little rascals out before they can do their dirty work. Oh yeah, congrats on the gold!!
  9. Nice gold...good going Bob.
  10. Looks like he dug until he come up on the south China beach...wish I had that much energy .
  11. You can find "fly poo" size gold with either machine. The're both quality detectors for sure. It just depends on your patience as far as learning it thoroughly. Some here can make the Goldbug II do magic, but they have also put it their time learning to master it. For the novice, the Gold Monster has the advantage, much shorter learning curve. I like both machines but at this time I'm partial to the Monster...just sayin'
  12. I'm looking forward to reading a field test report on one of these chinese under ground metal detectors. Now, I'm just gonna sit back and wait to see which forum member buys one.
  13. Impressive report Terry. That is saying a lot!
  14. That has always brought a smile to my face when seeing the shooter's expression after dropping the hammer on a 357 hot load. It will sure get their attention.
  15. Try Bill Southern at his store (NuggetShooter) in Morristown. He is a Minelab dealer and instructor. He will get you going.
  16. Awesome Luke...you're not only hunting it, but you are scoring some really nice gold.
  17. Nothing wrong at all with your choice of words Randall. This has been an on going joke for years. LSD is about as short on gold as the ocean is short on water. Sure, the close easy to reach parts get hit pretty well but a lot of people don't want to get under the bushes and cacti, rocks, etc that can be concealing AU. If you are still finding trash it hasn't been hunted out. Even if the trash is gone, what lies just a little deeper? If a person is willing to put in the time and work it's still out there. May your day be golden.
  18. Nice detector Terry. I still have a Bandido II that I bought new many moons ago that could use a good home also...but then again, they are cheap to keep too.
  19. Happy Birthday Mike, Hope you found lots of AU out at LSD yesterday.
  20. Jim, is she part Chow? She looks similar to mine that will be 13 this year. Great picture, thanks for sharing.
  21. You can't beat that deal with a stick!!
  22. Thanks Mike...I'm just going to start checking all the connections, maybe it's something simple. Glad to hear it works for ya.
  23. Interesting...Ace only had one adapter for that particular jack and plug size http://www.acehardware.com/product/index.jsp?productId=1339924&KPID=1045203&cid=CAPLA:G:Shopping_-_Catch_All_-_DT_-_RLSA&pla=pla_1045203&k_clickid=a3f22659-66f6-482c-acdf-76ec4fc9dddc&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIzM6voeuA2QIVyIV-Ch2N9ALkEAQYASABEgLxYfD_BwE So you must have a very unique detector. Time for me to do a little electrical modification.
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