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I’ll take a guess just because I’ve been doing that for many years anyway. I’ll put my $1 bet on official announcement by year end and delivering to dealers in Spring 2021.

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We should guess like they do on The Price is Right.

Closest to the actual date without going over gets a free Impulse unlimited.

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4 minutes ago, Badger-NH said:

We should guess like they do on The Price is Right.

Closest to the actual date without going over gets a free Impulse unlimited.

My "bid" is early 2023.

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I guess this really highlights it's a small niche market.  If this was the Gold Nugget version the queue would be out the door to get one 🙂, especially when we now know the Impulse Limited is a very good detector at a great price.  

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If Fisher had advertised at all, my list would be full at 100 in a week. As it is there is only this forum, one other and one FB group where folks can find out about it and how to get it. I’m not complaining, 50 people begging me about when they will get one are really quite enough for the moment!!

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"50 people begging me about when they will get one are really quite enough for the moment!!" 

Thought you meant "bugging" instead of "begging" then realized it's the same thing! :laugh:

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Just a pleasant reminder that the Gold Nugget version is likely going to be a hit and good seller 🙂

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42 minutes ago, Rick Kempf said:

If Fisher had advertised at all, my list would be full at 100 in a week. As it is there is only this forum, one other and one FB group where folks can find out about it and how to get it. I’m not complaining, 50 people begging me about when they will get one are really quite enough for the moment!!

I represent that comment.😊

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Damned auto correct!!! - Bugging me. None of our friends would beg, although I cannot rule out that some of Steve's sausage dogs do!!!!

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So the last I heard on these past posts there were 8 sold but not all delivered.  By now all eight should have been delivered.  Am I correct in thinking all eight are not going to be leaving feedback on this forum.  I don't follow other forums, just this one.  Is someone (who has an AQ in hand) posting finds, likes, dislikes, problems, concerns on the AQ limited on other forums.  Seems Joe and Steve are all I have seen feedback on.  GaryC/Oregon Coast

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