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  1. Gday folks and Merry Xmas to all Could anybody please tell me who the manufacturer of the Hook and Spoon red tipped crevice tool is, this would be mostly appreciated thanks
  2. Hi Everyone Im trying to find Angus Mckirk sluice boxes on the west coast, has anybody got any ideas who sells the and where to find them.Even a few second hand ones will do Thanks
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    DIY Crevice Sucker

    Hi there, yes I have made more than 500, believe it or not.We sell and manufacture recreational sluicing products in Scotland UK.Do you need help with plans ect.The only problem here in the USA is your pipe diameter.Its Imperial as apposed to metric.We use 68mm downpipe and a tennis ball fits in the tube perfectly once tightened on a threaded bar(M8 size).We sell them for about $40 a piece.Message me and I can guide you through it no worries
  4. So its puzzled me why panning classifiers are solely made for gold prospecting.Surely the manufacturers must be going out of business to make these items solely for the prospecting industry.Well this is not the case.I did some in depth investigation and spoke to a friend of mine in the plastics industry in China and showed him a pic of a classifier.What he came back to me with was quite interesting. Classifiers are actually made for the pyrotechnic/firework industry hence there manufacture origin in China.Kaboom and off it goes.They are used for milling black powder and other pyro ingredients.So if you want a set of classifiers and don't want to pay $24 a piece, then check out a pyro supplies store on the internet and you will be pretty surprised when the exact same classifiers /screens we purchase for prospecting cost around $12 a piece or cheaper.
  5. Im selling a brand new never used Goldbug 2.It comes with two coils with covers, both 6,5" and 10".The detector doesnt have the original box/packaging ,as It is being stored in a carry case which unfortunately is not included in the sale. I will put pics up asap in the next day or so Im asking for $735 and shipping will be split down the middle 50/50 Happy Detecting
  6. Highlandhowler

    Gold Hunting Shop In Ca?

    thanks for that, all manufacturers seem to be LA side,will defo make the trip soon
  7. Highlandhowler

    Gold Hunting Shop In Ca?

    Thats awesome,Thanks for the info.Im sure its worth a trip
  8. Highlandhowler

    Equinox Release Date

    Alot of folk seem to be waiting patiently,I wonder whether their stock levels will be enough to feed the demand
  9. Highlandhowler

    Equinox Release Date

    for sure, just my thoughts.Is there a pre order system or do we do this with our local dealer.
  10. Highlandhowler

    Equinox Release Date

    Anybody know when we can expect to see them in US stores.I heard from a mate in Aussie that they are gonna be released early December(now mi mate drinks a lot of beer so im not taking his word on it) in time to fill your stocking.
  11. Ok thanks,I will check it out.Roustabout shed some info on the Roadrunner claims and membership.One would hope that for the cost of membership there is good prospecting to be had.Im deffo gonna check it out and contact the club.
  12. Thanks for the info, timing a bit tight to get out there
  13. Highlandhowler

    Gold Hunting Shop In Ca?

    also looking at a new detector,GPZ is tempting but the price tag is kinda daunting
  14. Highlandhowler

    Gold Hunting Shop In Ca?

    Thanks for the info ,will look em up.Always better going in to a store and grabbing equipment in two hands and do comparisons and listen to some local knowledge
  15. Highlandhowler

    Gold Hunting Shop In Ca?

    looking at getting a drywash and some tools for the desert
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