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    Love reading your posts Tom....thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnybravo300 View Post
    .....something about in California the law states your detector must be locked in a case out of arms reach and the batteries have to be in the trunk. Something like that.....gotta register it?
    Maybe it was the large capacity coils were banned for awhile? I never can keep up with that stuff.
    Donít forget about the scary black detectors especially if they have that shoulder thing that goes up!
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    I would recommend to you to ask your U. S. Senators for help to search for your family items. Good luck and good hunting.

 

 
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