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  1. #196
    us
    Apr 2009
    Garrett // Garrett // Fisher Gold Bug
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    Re: Found GOLD in the BRADSHAWS......updated by db

    dan b. - just wondering if you have gotten out lately??
    We are looking for another banner find from you and your crew.

    HHTA
    Neal s.

  2. #197
    us
    Dec 2009
    pisgah forest, n.c.
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    Re: Found GOLD in the BRADSHAWS......updated by db

    wow 13999 views

  3. #198
    us
    dig deep...dig everything

    Mar 2007
    San Diego, Mexifornia
    Minelab Sovereign Gt, Minelab SD2200v2, Minelab ExlporerSE Pro 2
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    Re: Found GOLD in the BRADSHAWS......updated by db

    WOW !
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  4. #199
    us
    Mar 2012
    Greenwood SC
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    Metal Detecting
    I know this thread was posted almost 2 years ago but being new here I just read it. I'm also pretty new at prospecting. But I have a question about this "rock". Throughout the thread people said it was worth more whole than it was for the spot value of the gold. Therefore it seems to me that if the rock was sold to the highest bidder as a whole piece *and then* the money was split evenly between the group everyone would get a bigger cut. Why devalue it by crushing it when y'all are going to get less money for it?
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  5. #200

    Feb 2012
    North Pole
    Sovereign GT and Excalibur II, Whites, Garrett, Fisher, Alert, MD,Cscope,Tesoro, Compas, XP, Long Rs
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    Nice rock, its the fine gold?
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    Coins usables=0
    Silver= 0 pieces
    Gold= Nothing


  6. #201
    us
    Mar 2009
    central mo
    whites prizm V, ace 250
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    30 times
    nice let us know the results of the blast furnace

  7. #202
    us
    Mar 2011
    NEPA
    garrett ACE350 (traded off!), minelab E-TRAC, AT-Pro
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    Beach and Shallow Water Hunting
    Dan - congrats on banner and that monster gold find!!!! wow! this is the dream and an eyeball find to boot!!!! great deal. Thank you also for showing us the monster!

  8. #203
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    us
    Jul 2006
    Florida
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    Rickhunter your post was deleted for rule violations....You can not attack a member like that.

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  9. #204
    ec
    May 2013
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    Although an old post, I learned much about how to determine pyrite versus gold (oddly something I need to know from a rock found yesterday)……
    We need to appreciate whatever a member cares to share…….and I absolutely understand why he did not provide more info……

 

 
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