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  1. That's how you guys keep breaking the ears on those Minelab coils!! Too funny. Thanks for sharing that.
  2. I would be careful coating the circuit board with a conformal coating of this nature for fear of changing the heat dissipation capabilities of some of the electronics parts on them. You might find overheating becoming a problem.
  3. Steve what you are doing is a lot of work and it makes the forum a heck of lot easier to navigate. Thanks for such a nice place to spend our time and the excellent job that you do keeping it up. It's a gem.
  4. How to make it work in the desert and find gold nuggies ?? : )
  5. I've found those deep aluminum can sized non-ferrous yer talking about. Thanks for the tips Clive. And the 3 books. //R
  6. http://www.onelight.com/hec/targets/Alaska/Stan Grist's resources for treasure hunting, gold prospecting, metal detecting and exploration. .htm This guy I think
  7. Simon, this was an excellent read. My hat is off to you sir. I hope you are able to return it. that would be exceptionally cool.
  8. Proly worried about being struck in the head by a falling cell phone : )
  9. Well I think it mostly depends upon whether you were wearing glasses 😉
  10. I think that right there is what they call a hum dinger... a very large paper weight. More seriously though it looks like primarily limestone with some quartz, some calcite , and some iron mixed in.
  11. Good to see you back Steve. Looks like you had a productive trip.
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