|Quote:||Posted by Okletsee|
|Your BH looks like its been worked hard too!! |
It's an old BH Pioneer 101 , I bought it new after i sold the whites , I got the white about 4 months before the first shoulder surgery then after i sold it, cause it was too heavy and not using it, then a couple of years later i bought a BH Junior then the first famous trails, then the BH Pioneer 101, an i have been happy with it,
I am guessing 10yrs old or so, and i have found enough with it to pay for all of the detectors and equipment for detecting to include the gator during this time. I visit tot lots regulary, my best day last year hitting 7 tot lots in one sat, was $ 112.00, but like I said in another thread its old and abused and never had a coil cover one it, and still works
, and I make enough that if i wanted the latest and greatest i could order it tonight , but i do this more for exercise now adays and a way of getting out of the house than anything.
But its all good.
( Ops Think I Rambled on Again!!)Posted on: February 03, 2011, 07:14:51 PM
|Quote:||Posted by auminesweeper|
|This is just my view but if thems tools got like that tectin then you had quite a haul |
Thanks John , lets just say I keep the old man's trailer across the street full of scrap metals and ALUMINUM
well not daily but every time i get a couple of buckets full i deliver them in the back of the gator , and if i find big pieces he gets them that day, u would be surprised how much is buried back here in the woods of this 96 acres, I dug out a car hood a few years ago from an old dodge.
, I took the ATV wraped a chain around that puppy and riped it out of the ground
and then drug it to the old mans place.
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