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Testers Needed - Hot Ground

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Got more than enough submissions, thank you!

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3 minutes ago, Sourdough Scott said:

Does it matter if you dislike Basalt or Serpentine ?

I'm a serpentine man myself, but can go for a basalt sandwich from time to time.

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Does hunting for gold jewelry in highly mineralized salt water count?I'd like to test out a new pulse unit that didn't have a floating search coil.

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We have hot ground in Washington State. (Liberty Area Basalt, been detecting since 2008)

Thanks,
Don Newell

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Hey Tom, iv got some nasty @ss ground everywhere I go these days, but I couldn't be stuffed testing anything out' even tho I consider my self up for the test and able to tweak when needed iv actually pretty content putting a worm on a hook and falling asleep after a cold beer on the bannana chair.

 sorry to be a big let down iv just got my hands full these days.

The $hitty @ss high quality diving mask I waisted half my monthly take on that fogs worse than the bathroom mirror was a real  disapointment thanks EBay!

Actually you know if you want me to test a waterproof Detector you better get it here quick before I sniff it all out.

7grams for a few hours sniping' a decent waterproof detector would be real handy while the weather is still hot.

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Wow, that's a nice smooshed booger in the pan! I hear ya on fishing - it's a nice balance to feverishly walking the wastes with a detector.

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My plate is too full right now.  Sorry.

Mike

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Tom.

George Tex Kinsey here. I was involved in the testing and development of the Whites TDI. I live in the iron belt of Virginia and have used every Whites metal detector made since the CM4. I'm available . Thanks for your consideration! 

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