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Clark

You know what a meteorite is now!  haha

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I know the one that is on the top right, I saw it go across the sky last month towards the west.

Nice hunting and good luck on your next hunt.

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Very Nice Clark !!!!!!

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Clark you should post that on our site ... Maybe get some conversation going ???  Once again Nice Hunting !!!!

 

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On 11/21/2021 at 10:11 AM, Steve Herschbach said:

The GPX 6000 should be absolutely killer on that type of target, and you have confirmed it. Great finds!

Yep, put the 6000’s coil over one of these babies and your gonna hear it!

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On 11/15/2021 at 9:12 PM, mn90403 said:

 

Clark

You know what a meteorite is now!  haha

Lol, as long as it’s one of these... trust me, I’m still learning and I’ve a large pile of rocks to prove it, ha ha.

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Great finds 1515Art. I have found 3 meteorites at GB, one has about 60% fusion crust.  

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