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  1. Find the tiniest nuggets, micro jewelry and even coins with the most sensitive and versatile gold detector ever made! Specifications and Details on the Makro Gold Racer
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  2. What I discovered in service was that I could turn my worst customers into my best. The people who had products that had major issues. You guys ain't seen nothing. Try dealing with people when their brand new $18,000 snowmobile engine blows up in the middle of nowhere Alaska or the motor on their $200,000 boat craps out. Boats in particular are just horrible, every brand new fiberglass boat made is just rife with warranty issues. In any case these people would come in screaming and threatening legal action. I did not just take care of them I did countless things that went above and beyond to
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  3. Am I the only one having a hard time with this? giant hand fulls of gold,.... Nuggets that are larger then the palm of your hand ...... using a hatchet to clean a giant gold nugget? And I have trouble finding a tiny speck of a half gram piece after covering hundreds of acres of steep rocky terrain. What gives? Please somebody make me feel better...... strick
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  4. I know you have a separate thread for issues with Minelab Steve, but this is such a flawed way to run a business; lack of communication with your customers. And it can easily be changed, it just takes some care.
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  5. Thank you Chuck for your nice comments and for purchasing our product! The Fors Gold+ shipment has arrived in the USA and I am sure they will distribute it soon to dealers.
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  6. This last Saturday we attended the Lake George Gem and Mineral Club meeting where Richard Frettered and his partner Jean Cowman spoke about how they found through research from numerous sources a topaz source and filing a mining claim where a number of peachy colored topaz gems ( which are rare ) were recovered. The largest was 3,634 carats and faceted into a 1,345 carat gem. Here is a link for more information: http://ganoksin.com/blog/tucsongemshow/2014/03/13/tucsongemshow-master-cutter-and-a-prospector-on-the-weather-channel-display-record-topaz-in-tucson
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  7. I'm far from a professional when it comes to gold..... If I could figure out their language then I could figure out the country and I'd be on my way... I have a passport that I've only used once but I would be happy to join in on the gunny sack brigade under the excavator as long as Klunker was at the helm. strick
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  8. Finally something different from all the mid frequency units out there
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  9. Well that is good news - the Symphony could have been lost forever!
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  10. Fisher Gold Bug 2 - 71 kHz Minelab Eureka Gold - 6.4, 20, and 60 kHz White's GMT/Goldmaster series 48 - 50 kHz Makro Gold Racer 56 kHz. But what sets the Gold Racer apart is the full complement of discrimination options and other features. This is basically what I tried years ago to get White's Electronics to make. The White's GMT was actually an early offshoot of the MXT project. The GMT and MXT share a lot under the hood. I asked White's to please, please make an MXT running at GMT frequencies. It seemed a no-brainer to be as there would have been nothing like it on the market. It apparentl
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  11. Doesn`t matter what the numbers are, as SS`s thread shows, we all leave gold, stings and gets to our competitive nature. Makes us want to do better.
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