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  1. #1
    LM
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    I like finding stuff

    Dec 2007
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    Need a couple good men with two box units

    Solid lead and unusual opportunity to safely access a desirable, notorious but generally off-limits site in Chicagoland: no need to be sneaky (nothing illegal), but does require discretion. We have the rest of winter to plan. Would prefer someone from the region. No tire kickers or nosy-nellies- serious inquiries only.

    PM me if you're interested, I'll PM back if I'm interested. Also posting in Cache Hunting and appropriate regional forums.
    "There comes a time in every rightly-constructed boy's life when he has a raging desire to go somewhere and dig for hidden treasure..." - Twain

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    us
    May 2010
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    Re: Need a couple good men with two box units

    Nosy Nellies on a treasure forum? Nonsense!

  4. #3
    us
    what hath god wrought

    Feb 2009
    Gateway to the 1000 Islands
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    tectin crap

    Re: Need a couple good men with two box units

    Why split any recoveries with someone "good" with a two box? Two box are straight forward and easy to use. Especially if you have normal metal detecting experience. If you are pretty certain this is a good hot lead, just buy a used 2 box, they are surprisingly affordable. Study the manual and do some testing. Then git the treasure yourself, no strings attached. Then sell the thing. You know, the two box.
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    us
    IT COULD BE A VALUABLE PRIZE "YOU NEVER KNOW"

    Nov 2006
    N.E. Ohio on lake Erie
    ** I use only top name brand detectors *****
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    Re: Need a couple good men with two box units

    Quote Originally Posted by gleaner1
    Why split any recoveries with someone "good" with a two box? Two box are straight forward and easy to use. Especially if you have normal metal detecting experience. If you are pretty certain this is a good hot lead, just buy a used 2 box, they are surprisingly affordable. Study the manual and do some testing. Then git the treasure yourself, no strings attached. Then sell the thing. You know, the two box.
    gleaner1........... Is right why do you need someone else any newbe can use a 2 box what's the catch
    "...Let no one know what,were or when..."

  6. #5
    LM
    LM is offline
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    I like finding stuff

    Dec 2007
    Florida
    Charts and Maps.
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    Shipwrecks

    Re: Need a couple good men with two box units

    Really bad assumption and conclusion.
    The reason more than one person is needed for this little trek has nothing to do with 'knowledge' on how to use a two box unit. There is a certain amount of ground to cover and a limited time to do it- beyond what one person could accomplish.
    That's all that will be said on this.
    "There comes a time in every rightly-constructed boy's life when he has a raging desire to go somewhere and dig for hidden treasure..." - Twain

  7. #6
    us
    Jan 2010
    Greenwood SC
    Fisher 1280x Aquanaut, Garrett Ace 350
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    Re: Need a couple good men with two box units

    Quote Originally Posted by mrwilburino
    Nosy Nellies on a treasure forum? Nonsense!
    The same thing went through my head too.

    Todd

 

 

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