Jump to content

Johnnysalami1957

Member
  • Posts

    210
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    2

Johnnysalami1957 last won the day on June 25 2016

Johnnysalami1957 had the most liked content!

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

Johnnysalami1957's Achievements

Silver Contributor

Silver Contributor (4/6)

261

Reputation

  1. Mount the led on a a pair of glasses! Seems to me vibration is less sensitive to faint signals.
  2. How about using a shrouded bright led so it can be seen in bright light?
  3. I think it's prudent NOT to buy any detector advertised as "new" from a company that is out of business. It just doesn't make sense to do that. Tesoro's are for sale right now with a lifetime warranty LOL! Whites is dead and buried and frankly outclassed by a 300.00 machine with a warranty. Might as well buy a "long range gold finder" at this point. If you think you're getting a deal.
  4. Been using Saran wrap for years. Crystal clear, stretches and seals nicely.
  5. We love you here in the USA! Hopefully this will all be over soon, so be safe and detect later.
  6. I was more concerned about Steve than the forum. I didn't know he was away. I'm happy it's up and running again and thanks Steve for everything you do for us.
  7. Try using a metal screen like a Faraday cage.
  8. J. Finnis Pin invented the first Pin pointer while training his dog to hunt birds in the heavy brush. The dog was trained to "point" whenever it detected a bird in the bush. Thus the "Pin Pointer" description was coined. The dog was at a later date trained to detect buried metals in holes at shallow depths and some could discriminate between ferrous and non ferrous metals for a chip of dried liver treat. Mainly used as a mine detector for the military. After Finnis passed away several companies developed sophisticated electronics to duplicate what the dog could do cheaper, smaller and with greater accuracy. After the war this device caught on with hobby metal detectorists and continues to be used and refined for more depth and accuracy at a lower price point. Note tail direction tells the operator the direction of target. This example indicated straight down in hole.
  9. My thinking is that no more big box machines. Just use their multi frequency tech and put it in their machines. No real interest in heavy single frequency machines anymore. Good for Whites owners if they honor the warranty on machines already sold within the warranty period. And maintain some parts for other machines.
  10. Hate to say they this, David but NJ is NOT metal detector friendly at all. I hope you have lots of friends and get permissions, or get used to the sand at the shore. You can get a permit for a state park but you can't really legally recover anything. Every town I have been in says no because of destruction of public property and you get dirty looks from the parents in the wood chipped tot lots. And I was taking the trash and making sure the ground was as nice or better after I left. It's okay to trash a park with litter and destruction to playground equipment though. Nobody seems to care about that.
×
×
  • Create New...