I recently purchased a pair of 48 inch (1-1/4") Hisco fiberglass post hole digger handles to use on my Starv Scoop.
The shafts are extremely solid and do not bend.
After shipping the cost worked out to be about $20.00 per shaft.
Hisco Company link:
Hisco Tools Online - Hisco Tools Online...
I just wanted the forum members to know that I just completed a smooth transaction with donkarlos.
We had pleasant email communication and his payment arrived quickly.
Thank you donkarlos.
Thank you for restoring my post Treasure_Hunter.
I didn't realize that my membership had expired, nor did I update myself on the rules indicating that a Charter Membership was required to sell on TreasureNet.:dontknow:
Since the pinpoint button of the CZ-21 is an off/on switch... Why not just move the pinpoint button of the CZ-21 up to the area where the two LED's were located on the older CZ20. Then install a similar push button to be used as an autotune/discrimination button where the pin point button is...
TheInspector... if I found that and I thought it might be an actual meteorite I would be wearing out my shoes trying to find someone who could examine it and give me a definite answer rather than fooling around on the forum trying to get opinions. :)
I believe the only difference between the CZ7 and the CZ7a was the correction of a battery drain issue when the CZ7 was turned off? With the release of the CZ7a that issue was corrected.
Other than that I believe they are identical and the instruction manual would read exactly the same with...
I just happened to view a few of your posts on the forum and all I can say is "WOW".
I live just across the harbor from you, on the North Shore, and your finds have stoked my desire to get back onto the beaches. :)
Thanks for the inspiration and "nice" finds.
Thanks for posting the link to the Golden Olde as it has brought back many fond memories of good times gone by.
Norm Garnush... from one beach hunter to another... you are missed and will always be remembered. :sadsmiley:
There's one right here on Treasurenet:
(I am not affliliated with the seller nor do I know him/her)
I have owned a CZ detector (in one form or another) since the mid 90's and I have had to send only one CZ6a back to Fisher for a new pinpoint button. As you already know the CZ detectors are built like tanks, leading me to believe that you have many more years of good service...
Thanks for taking the time to post your video.
I have an 1121 CZ3D that was tuned by Tom and I have to agree with your findings.
A properly tuned CZ3D is real hard to beat in the field.