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  1. #16
    us
    Jan 2018
    North Atlanta
    Equinox 800, 6" coil, ProFind-35 pinpointer, sold: AT Pro with stock coil, Nel Thunder, Garrett 5" x 8" coil, Garrett Carrot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Got-Good-Tones View Post
    Krey Gelder,

    Tool would come into action after digging plug...Yep...pretty much a square solid peg with a chisel end. Handle colors list is just for reference in case somebody wanted a different color handle.
    hmmm, you can use a brass probe for that. I would venture to say most coins get damaged when digging a plug.

    but you are doing the right thing, getting feedback from this forum. Better learn from the experienced forum users to save your money. But of course if you go the go fund me route, well that is using other peoples money.

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    pulltabfelix,

    You hit it on the nail head...which is exactly what I'm doing...just trying to gauge interest, get some feedback...good, bad or indifferent...Also trying to see what price point most metal detector folks would be willing to pay? Folks use "GoFundMe" all the time for for various projects...for instance the "Flow Hive"...pretty cool startup funded by "GoFundMe"...Honey on Tap...

    So anyway I figured it would be a good way to get some seed money for my project...buy needed equipment...pretty good stock of material to manufacture the digging tool...etc...etc.

    Got-Good-Tones

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    au
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    Quote Originally Posted by Got-Good-Tones View Post
    pulltabfelix,

    You hit it on the nail head...which is exactly what I'm doing...just trying to gauge interest, get some feedback...good, bad or indifferent...Also trying to see what price point most metal detector folks would be willing to pay? Folks use "GoFundMe" all the time for for various projects...for instance the "Flow Hive"...pretty cool startup funded by "GoFundMe"...Honey on Tap...

    So anyway I figured it would be a good way to get some seed money for my project...buy needed equipment...pretty good stock of material to manufacture the digging tool...etc...etc.

    Got-Good-Tones

    Hi, I make digging tool out a cheap natural resource that will cost nothing and is environmentally safe . Heavy kiln dried bamboo cane. Used for over 3000 years and sell cheap and donate a small amount of the money made to SAVE THE PANDA . Tax deduction and bettef sales pitch than you. No liability or loss . I can play this too TP

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    tinpan,

    Hey...what ever make you happy...

    Got-Good-Tones

  5. #20
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    Tommy

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    Ann Arbor
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    Send some out to a few of us Ill put it to the test my lesche has lasted 1 and a half year I broke everything else you get a few of us to do a review then you will have some good cred. Trust me on this Tommy
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    A2coins,

    Who did you have in mind...he he (PM me with some names you might have in mind, and will see what we can do about that... ). Was going to send one down to freeloader here a while back...he was going to do me a custom pack...but he backed out at the last second...

    Got-Good-Tones
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  7. #22
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    Gare or Gary

    Dec 2012
    Canton Ohio Area
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    In seeded hunts i have seen Farberware knives taped to pin pointers. Being glass they do not affect the pin pointers and make it very fast and easy to dig coins. the blade should be taped about 3 inches below the tip on the pinpointer.'
    A2coins likes this.
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  8. #23

    Apr 2017
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    https://www.sharpedge.co.za/lansky-the-knife

    I use Lansky "the knife". I have about half a dozen of them. Semi disposable, light, strong and cheap.

    Chub

  9. #24

    Apr 2017
    Fisher F75, Minelab Soveriegn XS 2 Nokta pinpointer
    764
    1025 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    https://www.sharpedge.co.za/lansky-the-knife

    I use Lansky "the knife". I have about half a dozen of them. Semi disposable, light, strong and cheap.

    Chub

 

 
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