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Jasong (usminer On Youtube) Tries A New Style Treasure Hunt

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Lol, well no detectors were harmed in the making of this video so not sure if this forum is the right place.

But, gotta do something to stay entertained up here in Wyoming with negligible gold. We are buying another house with a rickety old shed with 3 padlocks that supposedly hasn't been opened in decades, might get that one on vid too. I stuck my eye into a crack and saw some old barrels or something. It's a fun business sometimes. Every one of these houses is older too, so lots of detecting to do in the yards (if my Fors Core actually worked, bah).

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Fun video. A couple of times a year I take on a job of demolishing old buildings. I find priceless treasures each time (treasures not worth putting prices on makes them priceless).

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Nice video Jason...

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Haha I hear that Klunker, that's mostly what I find too. I'm pretty happy when I find something like a rusty old box of bolts in the garage usually...hey no need to buy 3/4" bolts for the next 35 years!

Thanks everyone, wasn't sure how a non-prospecting video would go over.

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