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Got a email from Garrett saying it’s their anniversary today April 1st 1964 .

 Maybe this is the lull before the Storm . 
 Chuck

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1 hour ago, Ridge Runner said:

Got a email from Garrett saying it’s their anniversary today April 1st 1964 .

 Maybe this is the lull before the Storm . 
 Chuck

April Fools. 🙃

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George it’s no April Fools joke it came from Garrett.

 Chuck 

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Celebrating 60 years of excellence!🤩

Visit Garrett Direct to save big during our Founders’ Week sale. Use Garrett60 code from April 1 through April 7 to save on your order. Check back during the week, as different offers will be available through the week.

For all orders placed on Monday, April 1, and Tuesday, April 2, of $50 or more, receive a FREE Mossy Oak/Jase Robertson camo cap!

Happy Hunting!😁

Garrett Metal Detectors | 972-494-6151 | sales@garrett.com

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Happy Birthday Garrett, looking forward to seeing what the weather brings! 

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14 hours ago, Bill (S. CA) said:

So George, what was your first Garrett and what was your latest?

Bill

Last is the Apex. First was a BFO called the Mini Hunter I think. The one that filled up a museum was my Garrett ADS4 with motion Disc.

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Still can do it's magic.

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I remember those days hunting. I used to see the older Garrett machines (new then) all over the parks I used to hunt. They did pretty well, as did the Compass machines of the day. All that shallow silver !!!! 🥰

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And those deep Civil War plates and buckles I use to dig with this baby.

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6 hours ago, George Kinsey said:

And those deep Civil War plates and buckles I use to dig with this baby.

It was a different time period for sure. Whisper signals could mean a silver dime at 8" or your Civil War plate at 15" . It's so long ago that I don't even recall if we had any EMI affect those machines. I wonder if Garrett has a museum solely dedicated to every model it ever produced. That would be unbelievable if they could trace down every model they made, before they no longer exist.

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