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Lone Star Digger

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Glad to be here! Been out of the hobby for a bit, but back now. Just ordered a Nox 800 to get restarted with. Looking forward to checking out the forums!

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Welcome, Lone Star Digger!  Glad to hear you've found some time to renew this fascinating hobby.  You've made a wise choice with the Equinox.  Keep us in the loop with your upcoming finds.

 

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Welcome to the forum Lone Star!

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