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    As your attorney, I advise you to try the chili burger. It's a hamburger, with chili on it...

    Jan 2011
    Formerly New Orleans.. Now Pueblo Co
    several, mostly Garrett
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    Anyone want these coils?

    I recently acquired a big part of Reg Sniff's collection of vintage detectors and parts. As part of the deal I got a tub of his home made coils. Probably around 20 of them, I haven't counted.... I can't sell them because I don't know what machines they were intended for, or even if they work. I don't have space to keep them, and I don't want to just throw them out so I thought I'd see if anyone is interested in having them. I'm not trying to get anything out of them, just cover the cost of shipping

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    "That's me, on the beach side combing the sand, metal meter in my hand, sporting a pocket full of change"...... NOFX

    I collect military relics, mainly German and American, but interested in others as well, pre 1945 .. Always interested in adding to my collection

    some of my antique photo collection : http://forgottonimages.tumblr.com/



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    MadJack the metal detectin' man!

    Sep 2004
    West central Illinois
    Minelab Vanquish 440 & 540,Explorer II,SE Pro,Compass Gold Scanner Pro,Wilson ATD,Millennium Baron and Compass 77 auto legend project
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    I imagine most,if not all of these are for pulse metal detectors. Reg was noted for his knowledge of pulse units.
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    us
    As your attorney, I advise you to try the chili burger. It's a hamburger, with chili on it...

    Jan 2011
    Formerly New Orleans.. Now Pueblo Co
    several, mostly Garrett
    5,195
    4100 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by MadJack View Post
    I imagine most,if not all of these are for pulse metal detectors. Reg was noted for his knowledge of pulse units.
    I have a feeling a lot if not most of them were made for White's machines, but I have no idea which ones.
    "That's me, on the beach side combing the sand, metal meter in my hand, sporting a pocket full of change"...... NOFX

    I collect military relics, mainly German and American, but interested in others as well, pre 1945 .. Always interested in adding to my collection

    some of my antique photo collection : http://forgottonimages.tumblr.com/



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    "Dew" Meeker

    Mar 2006
    Gulf Coast, Fl
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    You maybe able to tell by the connector used. It could be worth you time to sort them out...... if these were for the TDIs.
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    Tex Kinsey

    Dec 2017
    Virginia
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    Ken,
    How much to ship them to area code 23102 either fedex or ups ground. Reg was a friend. Thanks

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    Sorry Honey, I canít. Iíve got plans with my metal detector.

    Nov 2013
    Mountain Maryland
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    Me thinks they’d all look pretty sweet in a detecting cave
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    EVERY COIN, SILVERS, AND TOKENS FOUND IN FLORIDA I SOLD...STARTING FRESH IN MARYLAND

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    Aug 2016
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    Very nice of you
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    us
    As your attorney, I advise you to try the chili burger. It's a hamburger, with chili on it...

    Jan 2011
    Formerly New Orleans.. Now Pueblo Co
    several, mostly Garrett
    5,195
    4100 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Thank you to everyone who has reached out, I think we've found a home for them
    RustyGold likes this.
    "That's me, on the beach side combing the sand, metal meter in my hand, sporting a pocket full of change"...... NOFX

    I collect military relics, mainly German and American, but interested in others as well, pre 1945 .. Always interested in adding to my collection

    some of my antique photo collection : http://forgottonimages.tumblr.com/



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    us
    May 2010
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    If you have not found a home for them, I am in Colo Spgs, am older, used to know Reg, he passed away, he was a former metal detector dealer in Pueblo, I was a former metal detector dealer in Colo Spgs. Reg had a love for Pulse units, and some of them look like DD coils, one looks like a Figure 8 coil similiar to what Jack Roach used to build. Me I am a Compass man, Bounty Hunter man, Teknetics man, Whites man, so on and so forth. I prefer the older machines, not crazy over the newer programmed microprocessor detectors, but I am pretty knowledgable on stuff. So if you are up this way, I could meet you in town (Colo Spgs), am older, do not drive down to Pueblo anymore, I knew Charles Garrett, Ken White Sr, George Payne, Ron Mack (In person), Ray Smith, others by phone of course, not in person, knew one in person, but is deceased now. Am Melbeta, known pretty well out there from the past. I got quite a few machine, might be able to check some of the coils, could trade you some schematics of machines if I have them. Melbeta
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    May 2010
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    You did not happen to know Joe Clark from New Orleans area did you? He knows me pretty well. I used to know a lot of attorneys here in Colo Spgs, I was a Real Estate broker, ran my own office, but the attorneys most of them are deceased now...
    Melbeta

  11. #11
    us
    As your attorney, I advise you to try the chili burger. It's a hamburger, with chili on it...

    Jan 2011
    Formerly New Orleans.. Now Pueblo Co
    several, mostly Garrett
    5,195
    4100 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Melbeta View Post
    If you have not found a home for them, I am in Colo Spgs, am older, used to know Reg, he passed away, he was a former metal detector dealer in Pueblo, I was a former metal detector dealer in Colo Spgs. Reg had a love for Pulse units, and some of them look like DD coils, one looks like a Figure 8 coil similiar to what Jack Roach used to build. Me I am a Compass man, Bounty Hunter man, Teknetics man, Whites man, so on and so forth. I prefer the older machines, not crazy over the newer programmed microprocessor detectors, but I am pretty knowledgable on stuff. So if you are up this way, I could meet you in town (Colo Spgs), am older, do not drive down to Pueblo anymore, I knew Charles Garrett, Ken White Sr, George Payne, Ron Mack (In person), Ray Smith, others by phone of course, not in person, knew one in person, but is deceased now. Am Melbeta, known pretty well out there from the past. I got quite a few machine, might be able to check some of the coils, could trade you some schematics of machines if I have them. Melbeta

    They went off to a new home already. I would definitely be interested in any schematics you might have as well as parts or old non working machines.... I've been working through a pile of machines I got from Reg's daughter trying to fix what I can. It's been fun working on them and I'd definitely be happy to have more to fix
    "That's me, on the beach side combing the sand, metal meter in my hand, sporting a pocket full of change"...... NOFX

    I collect military relics, mainly German and American, but interested in others as well, pre 1945 .. Always interested in adding to my collection

    some of my antique photo collection : http://forgottonimages.tumblr.com/



 

 

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