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Detecting Tips and Tricks / Re: How to RESIZE images
« Last post by xcvator on Today at 09:48 PM »
A free program that I use is called "Fileminimizer" very easy to use
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Used Equipment for Sale or Wanted / Whites TDI Pro Oz Series For Sale
« Last post by Way2Go on Today at 05:58 PM »

Hello,

I have for sale my Whites TDI Pro Oz Series metal detector and accessories.

There are a total of four coils.

1 x Standard 12" coil

1 x Miner John Design 20" coil (rare coil)

1 x Razorback Longreach coil

1 x Whites Superpulse 350 coil

2 x rechargeable Batteries

1 x car charger 

1 x wall charger

The storage box in the photos is included Approximately 660mm x 460mm x 170mm

The detector and coils all work.

I am asking $1800.00 ONO

Selling as I don't get out to the gold fields enough to use the detector and I am looking at getting an Equinox 800 so that I can get back into park and beach detecting. I am sure the TDI would be great for these areas; however, I am not wanting to expose the TDI to salt water. I feel that a waterproof detector would be safer in that environment. In the event that I get the urge to relic hunt on the gold fields, I feel the NOX 800 would allow me to possibly find a little gold as well. 

I would consider swapping for a NOX 800 plus a little cash.

Postage – I would be willing to go 50/50 on postage (Must include Insurance).

Photos would not attach, photos provided upon request.
If you are interested, Please PM me with any questions or offers.
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General Detecting Chatter / Re: The moral of the story is....
« Last post by Notalot on Today at 10:48 AM »
Again, a need for a good, easy to find, read 'Resources Section', wouldn't have a clue where to start looking for TP's post.>:(
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General Detecting Chatter / Re: The moral of the story is....
« Last post by Sambo on Today at 10:47 AM »
A number of questions remain unanswered, and unfortunately, if those questions are pursued by an over zealous individual, a whole plethora of pandora "nasties" could be unearthed..(excuse the pun)





 
Agree 1000% with this.  Bureaucracy only reacts when prompted.  Use common sense, stay under the radar and we can all enjoy this 'hobby' for years to come.
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General Detecting Chatter / Re: When I'm bored...
« Last post by Sambo on Today at 10:40 AM »
Great photo's Pete, nothing wrong about being proud of your heritage :).

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Makro / Makro Kruzer Gold.
« Last post by ivanll on Today at 09:58 AM »


Makro Gold Kruzer is now being shipped by some dealers with stock. 8)

Nearly purchased a DPR 600, but the freight was ridiculous.


ivanll


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General Detecting Chatter / Re: When I'm bored...
« Last post by ohb1 on Today at 09:53 AM »
Love the "old vrs now" photos Sambo...

My own family "before and after photos" relate to my grandfathers construction work... his brother was a Civil engineer.... my grandfather...a supervisor......I'll throw a photo on the thread (mainly to show I'm a proud grandson!) ;)
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General Detecting Chatter / Re: The moral of the story is....
« Last post by ohb1 on Today at 09:05 AM »
A number of questions remain unanswered, and unfortunately, if those questions are pursued by an over zealous individual, a whole plethora of pandora "nasties" could be unearthed..(excuse the pun)

for example the article says:

"if you are excavating".....does detecting come under that category?....what constitutes an excavation?...If Mrs X,  (who, while  gardening in her back yard,)  finds a lost ring from a previous land occupier...is she considered to be "excavating" her garden bed? 

"all archaeological sites in NSW are protected"....does that refer to the Australian National Heritage List of "sites"..the state list of recognised "archaeological sites"... local Council heritage places...or all three? ...or any place where an historical "relic" is unearthed (including places in the middle of no-where, ...places where we, as detectorists, seem to be found more than often than not!  ?

"The Heritage Act requires that a person who has discovered a "relic" must notify the Heritage Council".....that's a bit like when I asked the local police ...am I required to declare all finds found on the local beach...including modern coins  ...to which the answer was "ALL FINDS" ......

And so the circle of legal and sensible obligations never meet....the onus is on the individual detectorist....the article finishes with words that should resonate with every detectorist...."these items belong to the community"....or perhaps, in a different scenario... these items belong to the land owner....or as recently told on the forum...this military  tag belongs to........and, ....a constant challenge to those who find recently lost jewelry..."this item has been lost by........

ohb1 




 
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General Detecting Chatter / Re: The moral of the story is....
« Last post by Dustman5000 on Today at 08:27 AM »
Very interesting. Sounds like a great site.
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Everything Off Topic / Re: Archaeologist of Note
« Last post by Rwork on Today at 08:06 AM »
One of our members was on site this week. He said the display was good but too many pushy Chinese were also on site.
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