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« on: June 24, 2009, 01:17:56 pm »
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If you are watching a map on your computer  click on the picture to enlarge it .     

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www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/maps/maps.cfm#revolutionary
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« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2009, 02:17:24 pm »
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Great map links=Thanks, good stuff Smiley
Oh-Cornelius, did you see my question bout VLF detector water proof, or whatever it would be called Undecided

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« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2009, 02:38:19 pm »
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Bugar . The probem with detectors when you take them out on the beach or to the lakes  is that they are build wrong .  You have the grip and then down from that the housing is fastened . Down from there you will have the coil .  It is easy to get the coil waterproof but the housing with the batteries is another story . If you look at the housing there is only one wire comming out to the coil . If you take the housing off the pole you can put this housing in a waterproof container and feed out the wire to the coil throug a connector as use in the electronics business . The container is than out of the water  ( around your neck or your waist ) . Nomore trouble with water comming into your electrical circuit . If you want to take your detector under water ( while diving ) that will be another story but there is also a way to do that ( although a little more complicated )   Remember keep your detector as high as possible .  Cornelius

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OK  =Thanks= I was just wondering bout that spray stuff we used, if it would help against the accidental wetting, sometimes i get caught in a rainstorm without a piece of plastic or baggie to wrap the box in, and have to head for shelter, normally when i think it looks like rain i use a water type detector, but sometimes mother nature fools me and I get  wet. Tnx Wise

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« Reply #4 on: June 25, 2009, 10:01:19 am »
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The reason I posted these maps is because you can find nice locations to use your detector .  Look under  ,, Revolutionary Era ,,  than go to  ,, a plan of the attack of fort Sulivan ,, . Here you see that there was a fort  ( enlarge the map by double clicking ) . If there is still some open land available in that area it would be a nice spot to detect . And there are many other maps that will give you leads to nice spots . You have to do some work though to find them .   Regards and happy hunting   Cornelius

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Cool link!   I could spend hours in there.   Great

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