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Cobra Beach Magnet, Automax Precision V4 Pinpointer
« on: September 28, 2009, 10:37:58 am »
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I learned to really examine any jewelry I find right there on the spot.  I always check for missing stones, because if I don't really look at it until you get home, I've missed the opportunity to find the stone.  If I'm still out in the field, I can sieve through the dirt/sand in the spot where you found the ring or whatever very carefully.  I always bring plastic bags, so if I don't find the stone, I'll dig out a bunch of dirt from the hole and take it home with me and search through it VERY CAREFULLY at home!  Everytime I see a ring with a big empty setting, I know that stone probably popped out right there in the hole, because it's pretty unlikely that anyone was wearing a ring with an empty setting the day they lost it!  Don't let those jewels get away!!! Cool


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