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Offline GoldDigger1950Topic starter
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« on: July 31, 2009, 02:06:09 pm »
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I was poking around after reading Eugene52 and his recent posts about metal detectors and found some stuff on Australian eBay which I found to be just amazing. I reported some LRL software in another post and now, here is one very cool detector for those who want to sit and drink a beer while your little detecting rover goes out and finds gold for you.

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I suppose next you will need to go to Mars and get that digger NASA left up there.

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It's all about that moment when metal that hasn't seen the light of day for generations frees itself from the soil and presents itself to me.
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« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2009, 04:38:13 am »
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hi..i have a prizm 6t and it dosssss derrrr job for meee Exhausted  Funny Funny happy  Detecting by Waveing

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« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2009, 07:17:59 am »
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Hay Gold Digger,

I like my LRL a lot better because,

with the advancements in GPS

receivers and wireless technology, I

have been able to transmit wirelessly

for great distances.

Any metal detector will produce a 

workable signal.

Both transmission and receiving

signals are transported, via GPS-r1

phase lyniayerd tracking processors.

I recently finished attaching my first

prototype.

It is mounted on a Silver Sabre uMax.

When I first turned it on,

It read " Heading = 219 degrees 43

minutes and 27.8623272 seconds"

With a distance reading of.............

" 214,493.76343282 feet "

{alt}

Well needless ta say, I jumped in

my car and ended up drivin fourty

two miles before I come up on this

one.

{alt}

Not a bad day detectin in Arkie Land,

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« Reply #3 on: August 06, 2009, 09:58:11 am »
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Quote:Posted by tabdog
Hay Gold Digger,

I like my LRL a lot better because,

with the advancements in GPS

receivers and wireless technology, I

have been able to transmit wirelessly

for great distances.

Any metal detector will produce a 

workable signal.

Both transmission and receiving

signals are transported, via GPS-r1

phase lyniayerd tracking processors.

I recently finished attaching my first

prototype.

It is mounted on a Silver Sabre uMax.

When I first turned it on,

It read " Heading = 219 degrees 43

minutes and 27.8623272 seconds"

With a distance reading of.............

" 214,493.76343282 feet "

{alt}

Well needless ta say, I jumped in

my car and ended up drivin fourty

two miles before I come up on this

one.

{alt}

Not a bad day detectin in Arkie Land,

Tabdog



Hello Tabdog and Everyone . LRL is a touchy subject with me , I listen , but I do not comment on LRL's . But looking at the photo I see that your prototype has possible tuned circuits or tuned cavities ......If it does work then you are more than welcome to start a new post in the LRL section about the specifications , coordinates and what you can find with this prototype . Thank-You for posting the photo and information !!!! Me personally , I am a believer in proton or fluxgate magnetometers . Because of all the recent mining surveys I have read , with actual Grid/Plot reading variations , some are government reports and some are geologist / contractor reports . I am just now starting to learn a lot about magnetometer theory and projects . Thanks again Tabdog , Good work so-far on the Forum !!!
HH ............Regards..........Eugene 

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« Reply #4 on: August 06, 2009, 10:20:03 am »
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I guess I should stay away from tha
LRL and whitchin stuff.

I am not a believer, or a non-believer.
With LRL and whitching stuff, who am
I to say.

I only like to comment on what I think I
know. (not much) Wise

It is just a hobby to me. Detecting

I poke fun, and it is usually taken as
such. Crazy

Sometimes it offends. Idea

Believe me, it aint tha first I stuck my

paw in my mouth{alt}

I been makin a fool of myself for a
while now, Funny and have grown old
enough to appreciate it, even if others
do not agree with it sometimes.. Angry

No offence intended, Waveing

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« Reply #5 on: August 06, 2009, 10:29:16 am »
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Look's like a good way to get my son hooked on the hobby  Wink

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« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2009, 12:23:54 pm »
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kev;

Hooooray!  Not alone at last! Shocked


Someone else has a Prizm!

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I think tabdog made a circle.... surveyed in a circle? That can happen in the woods/brush.

tabdog, you have been calculating with the wrong set of figures. If LRL works, do not deny them their right to be quirky. I could say more, but I better leave it alone, I dont want to be an enabler.

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I think I hear an echo.... it doesnt bother me bother me bother me.....

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GoldDigger1950;

Why not?

If we can rebuild him, we have the technology, I say again, why not? I just dont have $6,000,000!  Great

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« Reply #8 on: August 18, 2009, 08:41:18 am »
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That car's cute, but I've got an even better method. I just give the detector to my wife and let her find the stuff while I drink the beer!

Well, that's the theory. I suggested the other day that she could be my 'digger'. I'm recovering though...

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« Reply #9 on: August 18, 2009, 09:49:28 am »
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Quote:Posted by foxyrick
That car's cute, but I've got an even better method. I just give the detector to my wife and let her find the stuff while I drink the beer!

Well, that's the theory. I suggested the other day that she could be my 'digger'. I'm recovering though...


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