Jennifer

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  1. http://www.bunksarizonaprospecting.com/Pick.html
  2. I use one as well, have had the same one since 2010 and can't say enough good things about it....
  3. Well it's Summer again and time to work my claims up in British Columbia. Before I head up I'd like to pick up a Proline HP500 pump with motor if anyone has one for sale. Let me know... Thanks Jennifer
  4. Price lowered, $200.00 shipped... collecting dust. Will also consider partial trade to nice big round Nugget Finder Evo coil =+)
  5. Hi all.... when I purchased my GPZ 7000 I figured that the GPZ 19 coil was going to weigh a lot more than it does so I ordered a fancy wiz bang over the shoulder boulder holder weight distribution harness for it. After using the GPZ 19 coil for a while and then adding a Hip Stick to my system, I find that this item is excessive to my needs to I might as well sell it instead of having it collect dust. It works great and I didn't notice any interference with the coil in normal swinging. A perfect gift for the wife, works on a GPX5000 as well, lots of pics and video on their web site and Facebook page. Below is the price break down in Australian dollars and then converted to US funds... I'll sell it all, used only once, brand new condition, for $250.00 shipping included. Harness: $365.00 Shipping to USA: $80.00 --------- Total in Aus$: $445.00 Total in American$: $332.62 Selling for $250.00 shipped or can be picked up in Las Vegas or Gold Basin (I'm there every weekend). The Prospector Harness http://prospectorspick.com.au/the-prospector-harness/ http://prospectorspick.com.au/store/#!/The-Prospector-Harness-Camo-with-Pockets/p/76992631/category=14860389 https://www.facebook.com/pg/The-Prospectors-Pick-116698508457529/videos/?ref=page_internal
  6. I have a longer pick on order.... Jen
  7. Great interview with you Chris... and yup, still loving the Fists of Gold book. :o) Jen
  8. Can you elaborate please, I didn't see the tip when it first came out.. thank you. Disregard... found the video: Jen
  9. Hard to hear over the wind noise but good demo of the bungee under control head fix.
  10. As we say in the IT Audit/Infosec space "Cloud..... someone else's computer" Agree 100% G Jen
  11. Wow, seems like I just clicked submit on Paypal yesterday.... it's here... a huge pat on the back to Rob, I've ordered heaps of stuff from him over the years and several items for Zeddie (GPZ) the last few weeks and it's always boxed and shipped so fast, almost getting here the same day, thanks Rob!!!! Jen
  12. Thanks JP, I ordered a hipstick from Rob as well as a solid NF coil cover and assembled the included harness to try instead of this aftermarket one. You run it without the two J struts eh? I figured those would help the hipstick take some of the load, I'll try it both ways. By Snaffle bit do you mean that crossmember that has the rope on it to that clips across the stop? That makes sense, I'm right handed but use my detector in my left hand and pick in right. And yes for all those who wondered, the Bunk pick for SURE sets off the detector if you swing far enough right and it's on your right hip where I wear mine. In fact, the only way I didn't get a slight notice of it was by having it up on my shoulder. I had to remove my Garmin 60csx GPS from my right hip as well as my iphone from my right top pocket as well. I also had my bungee going down and under the control panel for best swing control. I think a lot of my problem as well was the area I was in, lots of harsh rockage and that over the shoulder boulder holder I was using (the aftermarket one) wasn't setup to hold it up far enough. It worked great but for simplicity sakes it's probably getting replaced with the hipstick combo like JP uses. Next stop, grocery store for more spinach Thanks for the tips in email as well JP. Jen