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Jimmy Sierra Fired
I just got this In an Email and I am very shocked because Jimmy has been working with Whites for so long and he was one of the Major Guiding Lights behind The GMT and The MXT, all I can say is I am sorry to see this happen.
Bless You Jimmy, you always gave us the Time of Day.
Is it ok if I make a new thread about the White's DR-PRO? If not please delete. Figured people might want to discuss this new product from White's Electronics.
Will be releasing the announce video at 1pm PST today (just got approval to do so). I'll post a link then for all to see.
Garrett Searcher March 2016 And A Very Important Lesson In Metal Detecting
By Steve Herschbach
Here is the latest copy of the Garrett Searcher - basically a compilation of recent finds by Garrett users. It is always interesting to see all the amazing stuff from all over the world being found with metal detectors.
I would encourage everyone to look at it and pay attention to the number of great finds made with the Garrett Ace 250. This is a nice little detector sold for $212 and considered a low end moderate performer. Yet many fabulous finds are made with it, including even a gold nugget now and then.
There is an extremely important lesson here and one that drives my basic philosophy of detecting. There is of course a focus on high performance detectors, but I very much believe it is all about the operator. It is about putting yourself on good ground and mostly about lots of hours. Even relatively inexpensive detectors with moderate performance can deliver tremendous results in the right hands. To have fun and enjoy success in metal detecting does not require a top end detector or a huge outlay of money. People are making finds every day that prove that. Food for thought.
Here are a few nugget hunting excerpts:
Minelab In Europe
By Steve Herschbach
Dear Minelab Enthusiast,
Minelab continues, and will continue to maintain an active presence in Europe and Russia from our sales office located in Cork, Ireland. The European & Russian markets are important to us and we do intend to grow this market into the future. Our offices in Europe are located in Cork, Ireland and are staffed with our Business Development and Sales Resources that continue to lead our sales & service efforts across Europe. Minelab’s European phone number remains: +353 (0)21 423 2352.
As before, Minelab will continue to support our selling channel, provide services through our Authorized Service Centers and actively promote & support our Customers through events, rallies and other activities.
We continue to maintain, even enhance, local product service & repair across Europe and Russia. We have five authorized service centers (ASCs) in Europe (UK, Italy, Czech Republic, Turkey & Greece) and three in Russia (all in Moscow) that are ready to service our mutual Customers’ equipment. Contact information for each European ASC can be found by clicking here http://www.minelab.com/usa/go-minelabbing/news?article=272995 on the Minelab website.
Thank you for your business & happy Minelabbing!
Minelab Global Established & LATAM Markets |1938 University Lane, Suite A |Lisle, IL 60532
Gpz Price Drop
I am looking for a new flex link for the swing arm helper that broke from wear. Decided to check the Kellyco web site since no one seems to have that part listed and see that the gpz7000 is now listed on their site for $7999.00 US. http://www.kellycodetectors.com/catalog/gpz-7000