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    Justaman

    Long Range Locators Work!

    I see and hear many, many people say that long range locators are a joke/scam/waste of time & money etc...

    I didnt come here to prove anything and i wont be providing any evidence to support my claim. So you can take this or leave it. It really makes no difference at all to me. Actually, being a treasure hunter myself, the more people who dont believe in LRLs the better.

    The people here who like to joke about LRLs simply do not have any real life experience in the field with this type of device. They are either speaking worthless nonsense or attempting to cultivate scepticism because they want all the treasure for themselves. No matter how hard it is for you to wrap your mind around the concept... They actually work.

    Now, are all LRLs equal in their effectiveness? Not at all. Stay away from the vastly overpriced "GER Titan 400" and the 1000 or anything made by GER for example. They are bottom quality garbage. My friend made a painful error in paying $8,500 for the Titan 400.

    Again, take it or leave. This advice is just meant to be my contribution to the community. Happy hunting.
    Last edited by Justaman; May 08, 2017 at 07:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justaman View Post
    I didnt come here to prove anything...
    Yet here you are, attempting to prove something.

    Quote Originally Posted by Justaman View Post
    ...and i wont be providing any evidence to support my claim.
    Then I'd say that you're in good company, as this seems to be the norm for the LRL field. (If I didn't know better, I'd think that you were a LRL manufacturer, coming at us with that approach.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Justaman View Post
    So you can take this or leave it.
    Done and done!
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    Justaman, I own over 30 LRLs and tested them all, plus some. Every last one of them is a joke, so I'd be curious as to which LRL you believe actually works.
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    Laughing at your joke.

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    Justaman, please post by our rules, no insults or talking down to members. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justaman View Post
    Did you ever try to hold to copper L-rods in your hand and command them to point in the direction of the nearest gold? Try it. If that doesn't work, do what Dell Winders said and download a free frequency generator app on your cell phone. Read his post "FREE LRL?" ... That would be the scientific way without fully depending on your mind's ability. Im here to tell you right now that it works.
    Well, that's the problem... a lot of people have told me "it works." I've had the pleasure to meet quite a few of these people, so I say "show me." That's when the trouble starts. They try, but they just can't do it. Even from 10 feet away, even using my 10-ounce gold bar, or whatever target they choose. Bizarre. That's why I asked if you know of an LRL that really works. I've never seen one, and I've seen a lot of 'em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl-NC View Post
    ..... They try, but they just can't do it....
    Carl, if the "show me" were a reference to someone showing you goodies (treasures) they found, well .... seems to me I've seen some pix of guys posed next to jars of coins they found (in the advertisements). And ... gee, photographs don't like after all. BUT EVEN IF THEY REFUSED to show you treasure proofs, that STILL doesn't mean they don't work. It only means they're not foolish enough to show you gold and treasures, because A) they fear thieves will target them, and B) they fear the IRS.

    Or if your "show me" meant for a table staged demonstration, well that too is explainable: Don't you know by now that such tests are "rigged" ? They are unfair and made impossible to pass by the skeptics. And also, there is a gigantic flaw in the premise anyhow: Do YOU find gold coins every time you go out ?? Of course not. You're detector will find clad, pulltabs, nails, false signals, etc... right ? THEN WHY THE DOUBLE STANDARD for LRL or dowsing ? If you can't presto-find-gold each time out with your detector, then why do you put such unreasonable demands on LRL's ? (Besides: Durned those sunspots anyhow, eh ?)
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    First term of use forbids posting inaccurate content. Wouldn't that forbid the thread title?
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