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Micklock

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Good day to all.
My name is Michael , and I hail from the UK.
I have been metal detecting for fourth plus years now , and no mater how old I get , nothing beats the buzz you get when you here that beautiful bleeping sound in your headphones.
I have owned most modern detectors , but always go back to my whites eagle spectrum , one of the most programble detectors I have ever owned.
I hope that there is someone on TreasureNet that can help me track down a book by a master of the eagle.
Spectrum secrets by Mr Kevin Mullrooney.
I have been sear hing for this book for over 10 plus years.
any Ssistance from members would be very greatly appreciated.
yours most Sincerely
Michael Lock
Spectrum sec
 

angelito1

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i think i found what may be his contact address if you don't have it
 

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Welcome to the Forum Michael !

With 2000 years of history - there are unlimited great finds to be made in the UK !

Good Hunting !
 

angelito1

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Posted by Lyndatrue @ library thing .com " I found this book in multiple places, and note that the author is perfectly happy to send you a copy if you write
him. I believe it's about $10. I don't think it's available electronically.

You might try mailing him at:

Kevin Mulrooney
276 E. Main St., Dept. TF
Newark, DE, 19711

I also note it seems to be on eBay, and other auction sites, and can see that it seems to be diserable. I found the address above in this discussion, so it may or may not be current. "



http://www.losttreasure.com/content/archives/accessories-whites-spectrum-series-...
 

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Welcome Aboard! Take a look at Forum: United Kingdom for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your country.
 

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Micklock

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Posted by Lyndatrue @ library thing .com " I found this book in multiple places, and note that the author is perfectly happy to send you a copy if you write
him. I believe it's about $10. I don't think it's available electronically.

You might try mailing him at:

Kevin Mulrooney
276 E. Main St., Dept. TF
Newark, DE, 19711

I also note it seems to be on eBay, and other auction sites, and can see that it seems to be diserable. I found the address above in this discussion, so it may or may not be current. "



http://www.losttreasure.com/content/archives/accessories-whites-spectrum-series-...
Many thanks for your help realy appreciated
 

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