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    What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    My hearts in England, but my butts stuck in mainland Europe.

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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    very good find ! but it shoud be in (english) for the people who don't read German. coin finder 8) 8)

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  5. #5

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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    Wonder if he used a pick to dig with?

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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    cool find but i dont think i would like to handle those grenades.
    my luck id dig and knock the pin off one....KABLAMMM

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    us
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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    That gun is a kool find but man those explosives would get me running the other way.
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    us
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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    That MP-40 looks awesome, but you are all right - if I dug up that panzerfaust rocket or grenades I would be hauling butt.

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    da book worm--researcher

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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    ah explosives nothing to em --- easy as pi BOOOMMMM

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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    its the internet i believe it
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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    A dream come true.... Boom! Just my luck

    Desertfox
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    (Paul)

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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    Woaaaahhhhhh!!! Until I read the translation I thought the person was selling the grenades and gun! In the Army we were taught to destroy and bury used LAW rockets so the enemy couldn't use them for makeshift mortars. Not sure if I would want to dig a grenade!! Then again off subject but I also wonder if the primer etc in the grenade would still function after so many years in the ground and moisture etc
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  13. #13
    robert roy

    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    Interesting.
    I saw one of those Chinese detectors a couple weeks ago.
    This older guys ( retired,) daughter bought him one of these.
    I'm sure it will pick up targets but it sure looked like Junk.
    Have you set up a test garden to see what the thing can do?
    Now what are you going to do with those explosives?
    Beeeee VERYYYYY Carefulllllllll.

    Regards
    Robert Roy

  14. #14
    rammjäger

    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    I have seen this offer too. The photo was obviously a trick to show
    what this detector "could" find....
    By the way, I have this china detector,it really finds trash.
    Coins could be detected only up to 2 inches but not deeper than that....

  15. #15

    May 2006
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    Re: What you find in Germany with a Chinese Detector

    Problem is, these finds are quite common in some parts over here. S Mines (Ball Breakers) are the worst. Often connected into large groups, trip one and the lot go off. They jump up to hip height then detonate, hence the term ball breakers. I´ve been lucky, last I found where 15 years ago !!
    My hearts in England, but my butts stuck in mainland Europe.

 

 
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