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Joe D.

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About Joe D.

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    Male
  • Location:
    South Florida
  • Interests:
    Anything outdoors
  • Gear Used:
    Minelab Equinox 800, Garrett AT Pro, Anderson shaft, Detecting innovations shaft, T-Rex scoop, Treasure Products Vibra-Quadic 320 pinpointer, Garett Pro Pointer

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  1. Yeah Simon, I know you have a soft spot for your Fisher dealer that you got the shovel from! Your a good man! The world is lacking in those!πŸ‘πŸ‘
  2. Hello, and welcome to the forum! Please give us some info about yourself in the meet and greet!πŸ‘ I think the Simplex+ will be a significant upgrade to your Harbor Freight detector! You might also consider the Minelab Vanquish, depending on your needs! But i am curious what the HF looks like, and what kind of finds you made with it! Was it dig everything? Etc...πŸ‘πŸ‘
  3. Welcome Rrs1, Hope you brought your experience with you! Look forward to your knowledge! You will be in good company here! This is one of the most civil, and complimentary forums you will find! πŸ‘πŸ‘
  4. Not to change the subject of Simons elbow and shoulder pain prevention! But my 84 year old father just reminded me today to go get my colonoscopy soon, and stop putting it off! I hope that everyone here that needs one, does the same! He's 84, in part, because they found his colon cancer early, in his late sixties, and removed it!πŸ‘Œ Pardon the break in subject all!! And thanks Simon!
  5. Hello Army1, Welcome, and we all look forward to your input!πŸ‘πŸ‘
  6. Midalake, Maybe an off the wall idea, but in the interim, you may be able to make your own out of liquid silicone, or liquid rubber! If you make a mold of the switch without taking it apart! Or apply a few light coats to switch! May not be pretty, but should weatherproof it for awhile! Also, some auto parts stores carry the switches and boots! Maybe an option! πŸ‘πŸ‘
  7. Simon, We want you detecting for a long time! Take care of yourself man!!πŸ‘ I used to have tennis elbow in my detecting arm! The doctor did an MRI and said that my tendons and ligaments were torn, and that the pain would stop when they tore the rest of the way; or he could do surgery and try to fix! I did not do surgery! And it stopped hurting for the most part! Only hurts if i try to bowl!🎳 (Man says to Doctor: It hurts when i do this!! Doctor says: Well than, don't do that!! That will be $300 dollars!!)🀣
  8. Welcome to the forum, Looks like you have a nice stable of detectors to hunt with! They all have there fans here! Good luck!πŸ‘
  9. Welcome Larry, You are a lucky man to have a spouse interested in swinging a detector! I'm sure you all will meet some great people in the prospecting club, and on this forum! Looks like your in for some fun times, and great finds! Good luck!πŸ‘
  10. Love the background noise and cinematography! Looks like a weiner!! 🀯 I think Simon needs one of these to add to his arsenal of detectors! 🀣 (He will say its "dog nuts ugly")πŸ™Š
  11. Welcome, There's a ton of information here for you! Good luck! Going by your name, are you an LLC? Just curiousπŸ‘
  12. Impressive video, Not a word spoken; nor does it need one! In the form of a "How It's Made" episode!πŸ†πŸ‘
  13. More great finds; especially the old ZAR! Hope you locate the other! Maybe the wife or daughter saw it? I see in the video that the shovel is still working well! I have depth marks on mine, all the way to the top! Used permanent marker than sealed with clear spray paint! πŸ‘πŸ‘
  14. Nice find, Looks like it's been there awhile! Great area for jewelry too! Keep it up!!πŸ’πŸ‘
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