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“Pulsepower!”: Finding Gold at the Shore
with a
Pulse Induction Metal Detector
by Clive James Clynick

Pulse induction metal detectors offer awesome depth and gold sensitivity. Clive James Clynick is the author of nine previous books and numerous articles.  In this detailed and informative book Mr. Clynick instructs the reader on how to get results at shoreline sites with a pulse.
Topics include:
•   -overcoming pulse induction “phobia.”
•   -equipment choices and equipment “handling.”
•   -recognizing gold by its signal tone and characteristics.
•   -tuning secrets for performance, stability and accuracy.
•   -advanced site selection and analysis.
•   -understanding shoreline grades and strata.
•   -understanding “sanded-in” conditions.
•   -recognizing common junk targets.
•   -skill-building with the White’s Surf Dual Field TM.
•   -tuning the Pulsepower Developments Goldquest Aquasearch V1.
•   -“pro” methods for easier pinpointing, digging and sifting.
•   - and much more…

(8.5 X 5.5 softbound, 106 pgs.) $14.95
Prestige Publications (2009)
Inquiries: cliveclynick@rogers.com
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« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2013, 10:03:01 am »
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Clive, your web site does not have this title and the page for ordering a book of any kind takes you back to the home page. Sorry, but I just went there and found that to be the case.

Also, consider making them available for immediate download as a PDF book. People are starting to trend that way at a rate of around 50% for all on-line sales. I know this because I publish in e-books on a regular basis. The money rolls in 24 hours a day, even when you sleep. I love it. And if the odd idiot steals send your book to a friend, believe it or not it normally results in a sale of your other titles so I look at it as reluctant advertising and marketing.

Some of my books are available here in the downloads section as free downloads.

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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 #2 on: February 14, 2013, 03:03:23 pm »
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I'm gona have to write a book about coils LOL

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So many questions so little time

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« Reply #3 on: February 15, 2013, 04:30:15 pm »
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Thanks for the heads up on the site.  It's not "Google" but it gets the job done.  Besides, the hobby is about patience--those who muddle through are narturally selected--and therefore fit.  As for the e-book idea, it's a good one but I feel that both my readers and my product are not served as well by a computer screen as by a hold-in-your-hand, turn-the page-back-for-clarification--take it on the plane to Aruba--book.  Hope that yours are.
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Posted on: February 15, 2013, 04:28:54 PM
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that would be a long book these days. My advice? Put the pen to the paper.
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Believe me, Clive, I prefer paper books to e-books but trends are trends. My preferences to sell a dozen hard copy books if far outweighed by my ability to seel 1000 e-books while I sleep. It's a business decision not one of aesthetics.

The smell of old leather bindings and pages that have been read and reread since before I was born have a romance that will never die for me. But I can only sell a rare book once. I can sell an e-book an unlimited amount of times. I have 4 books here that can be downloaded free by members. In the downloads area. Go check them out.

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