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30 minutes ago, Jonathan Porter said:

First one out the door. 😎

And whose was first to the post office??  😜

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Hey Northeast  

 I just put myself up for adoption. So if you adopt me I’ll dig for you. The only thing good about me is I am house broke but that’s all .

 Chuck 

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Looks like we can expect reports from genuine purchasing users very soon. Gotta be first on YouTube! :laugh: Those are the reports that those still on the fence should be looking for, and there will not be long to wait now.

Minelab GPX 6000 Data & Reviews

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Steve  

 I can tell you sitting on that fence hurts .

 I have a friend wants me to buy a 6000 with his money and we hunt together with it . I personally don’t see that honeymoon lasting too long with two guys on one 6000. 
 I was telling my youngest son that I’d like to buy a Can Am Ryker motorcycle and he said do it. I said your mother would kill me and his reply was it’s easier to ask forgiveness than get permission.

 That’s another boy just like his dear old dad.

 Chuck 

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8 hours ago, Northeast said:

And whose was first to the post office??  😜

Mine, the one JPs kindly donated to the cause.😉

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3 minutes ago, Norvic said:

Mine, the one JPs kindly donated to the cause.😉

Give me a shout I can bring one up to your neck of the woods so we can have a play. 😉 

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17 minutes ago, Jonathan Porter said:

Give me a shout I can bring one up to your neck of the woods so we can have a play. 😉 

Tis your shout, young fella🙄

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Geez JP, you could have done some photoshop magic on that photo of me, you know I don't present well in public lol.

Thanks for the once again great service in store yesterday, I'm very much looking forward to learning the 6000's abilities.

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