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jmaryt

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  1. the 540 is great if you have low to med. mineralized ground. outrageous silver sniper. (h.h.!) j.t.
  2. they deserve to be where they are!..both the equinox, and vanquish are top performing units at their respective price points, especially the vanquish.what a "crackerjack" little "sleeper" for the scratch. (h.h.!) j.t.
  3. has anybody purchased "doc's new arm cup accessory" for the vanquish? was curious if it fits properly.i bought one and will get it soon.hoping it will improve the side to side "slop" encountered from time to time on the factory issued "strap"..seems well built and is attractive looking. (h.h.!) j.t.
  4. i agree! seems very plausible to me! should have been done years ago! (h.h.) j.t.
  5. i'm all in! sounds terrific! don't cost nuthin' to dream! just sayin' (h.h.!) j.t.
  6. excellent point of view steve! am waiting on fisher. don't know to a certainty, however believe that 'fisher" is ''still" in the hunt! wishful thinking? perhaps! never sell dave johnson and crew short though! ''tons" of experience there! (h.h.!) j.t.
  7. i agree! the 340 is the '"sleeper" multi-iq wallop at "bounty hunter" money! (h.h.!) j.t.
  8. i own a "mojave" and yes, it is outrageously good in iron. i use mine to hunt sidewalk easements.it's a great little detector,and the 7" precision thin concentric coil is the perfect match. outstanding totter too! since tesoro "croaked" almost impossible to find used, because people hang on to them. (h.h.!) j.t.
  9. yes!..but don't you encounter a lot of trash in the parks as well?..yet you state the vanquish is NOT good in trash? just curious!...thanks! (h.h.!) j.t.
  10. possibly, but they have to be careful not to infringe on minelab's patents, or design a new circuit from scratch.i believe they can accomplish the later, as they do have the financial wallop,as well as a very forward thinking engineering design team. should be interesting to watch as the years unfold. (h.h.!) j.t.
  11. difficult to understand why they figuratively just "sat on their asses" for a long time when they apparently possessed the assets to do something about it. i was "weaned" on whites equipment, and find it ''disturbing" that they just ''gave up" and quit! no fight left i guess! i'm just sayin' (h.h.!) j.t.
  12. all excellent points nobody really wants to admit it, but it's an "older man's" hobby, especially in regard to finding coins and jewelry, perhaps gold, and beach hunting, not so much.they knew what was going on, and refused to get involved. did not want to invest time and money chasing an ever shrinking market. the owner was aged ,and knew it was time to get out. they milked that cow for all it was worth, but the end was near, and they knew it! i am hopeful that all the "most deserving" personnel will land comparable positions elsewhere.their lives depend on this. (h.h.!) j.t.
  13. hey! he made his money! saw what was happening in the industry, and decided to bail. his time had come and nobody wanted to get involved with a "niche" industry that required a lot of money thrown at it to be competitive. perhaps at some point, a "major" WILL step up and invest in "sweet home" again! hope springs eternal! (h.h.!) j.t.
  14. or a "mojave" if you can find one! occasionally they do turn up,and generally can be got for around $200.00 or so. the 7" thin concentric coil is worth the price alone.
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