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Hi Adam very impressive indeed :head: and Ive owned about 5 of them throughout the years buttttttttttttttt if I have to fill as many buckets as you all do to be able to pick up the gold thats left on the bedrock then you can have it-you earned it :tisk-tisk: -thats to much like work for me :arrowheadsmiley: lets face it the GB2 is no depth demon not even close :nutty: and unless its close to the surface or in a mine dump forget it-Mike C... :200:

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Yo, Adam ...that is the bad thing about the GB2 ... They only find ugly gold! :Just_Cuz_06::droolin: Cheers, Unc

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Bigger coils available for more depth and only a couple a minutes to change coils. I always use small then go big on both the GB2 and TLST. A good raking of the search area also helps punch waaaaaaaaaay down even further. No work=no gold-John

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Thanks Adam those trips bring back great memories. King the gray ones are indeed crystallized native silver nuggets. Mike C many of the nuggets including some of the largest ones were shallow and we did not dig for them.

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Boulder dash, I think that all you need to make your GB 2 complete is a magnifing glass and blower attached to the coil. It would save the dust moustache and getting down on your belly. :4chsmu1:

Adam, I'm working on a back pack vacuum with the hose running down the detector shaft on my GB 2 to suck up all those little ones. Neat haul you guys, keep it up.

Old T :old:m

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Stop taunting us!!!
:)
You guys are the masters at using them.

Good finds.

Tom H.

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Fred: A soda straw requires one to bend and kneel way down close to the dirt. Some of us don't bend so easy anymore. Lucky Joe (Joe Chmiel) designed a plastic air tube a few years ago that runs down the inside of his trousers and will puff air by means of a rubber bulb while fully erect like homo sapiens were intended to stand. We tried it out at the "Orange Peel Patch" (remember that spot?) and recovered dozens of the tiny chispas with our GB2s. Trouble is, when standing up it is darned hard to see those little rascals all the way down there in the dirt. Oh yeah, in case anyone wonders what a "chispa" is, it means "spark" in Spanish. Just my dos centavos.

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