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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    We are taking this into consideration, as well as how we hunt the location each week. We are thinking about dividing the location into halves, then switching after two-hours, each hunting behind the other for the next two-hours. I think it will be a good experience and a lot of fun.
    Terry, make a video of this - it'll be loved, as I've always thot ATTITUDE has a lot to do with luck - of course, you have to consider the site, too...!
    Choose Tesoro each time
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    hn
    Dec 2004
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    Metal Detecting
    After more than forty years of detecting, using lots of different machines, I would love to have a challenge like that. I'm pretty much a "dig all signals" person, so the detector brand and price doesn't matter too much. Some detectors are more sensitive than others, some built for special purposes, but they all do the same thing: detect metal.

    In old ground without a lot of modern trash I'd take on some hot-shot newbie kid with my old D-TEX BFO if necessary, and still have a good chance of winning the bet. Perhaps he would clean my clock, but it's my belief that experience and patience outweigh blind ambition and fumbling hope.
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    OK, update time. I'm going to call him "Mr. XPD," and so far he has chickened out from the challenge for the last three-weeks. I have talked to a couple of local fella's with Minelab and Deus machines, and while they have expressed interest, none have accepted the challenge. Sorry guys and gals!

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    hn
    Dec 2004
    Ojojona, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
    White's MXT Minelab Quattro Fisher F2
    338
    373 times
    Metal Detecting
    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    OK, update time. I'm going to call him "Mr. XPD," and so far he has chickened out from the challenge for the last three-weeks. I have talked to a couple of local fella's with Minelab and Deus machines, and while they have expressed interest, none have accepted the challenge. Sorry guys and gals!
    Did you really expect much else?
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    "I'm a wagged, wugged wover of the wild and wooly west.
    Of all the things I haven't got, I like GOLD the best!"
    Elmer Fudd

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    The Soloman Challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    OK, update time. I'm going to call him "Mr. XPD," and so far he has chickened out from the challenge for the last three-weeks. I have talked to a couple of local fella's with Minelab and Deus machines, and while they have expressed interest, none have accepted the challenge. Sorry guys and gals!
    And that, folks, is the difference between the young bull and the old bull (well one difference).

    Too bad, that would have been both entertaining and educational. thanks for the update, one day someone else will accept the "Soloman Challenge"! I admire your working with our vets too.

    Cheers
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