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    Swingy Thingy

    Nov 2010
    Las Cruces, New Mexico
    FisherF75 ,Garret Propointer ,Vivitar HD Cam, Lesche Digger.Only the best of the best Sir!
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    It hasn't happened here on this forum in a while. Its why I keep coming back. I know what you guys are discussing is true, it helps with my own work. I dont care to own or work a mine. I just like taking pictures and figuring out the sites without a way bill. I dont think many folks can put there self in the shoes of the old timers. Modern times has warped their way of looking and thinking. Those maps show a very organized work area. Makes me wonder how all the old places were forgotten.
    Last edited by Casca; Jul 17, 2014 at 08:08 PM.
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    I can't always go out metal detecting, but when I do, I swing a F75.

    Due to the new no dig policy in my city parks I have been forced to leave all used hypos needles, condoms, broken glass, razor blades, fish hooks, drug paraphernalia, as artifacts for the little children to play with. My free landscaping and cleaning of city parks has ended. I am a registered voter and know who you are city council members. See ya in November.


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