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Offline Adrian ss

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GM4B
« on: July 14, 2013, 17:10 »
Picked up an ole GM4B off ebay for not much.
I have used a VSat which is great on the small stuff but struggles on realy tough ground although it has enough adjustments to compensate for most ground conditions once you learn the machine.

Will be interesting to see how the GM4B compares.

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  • Detector(s) owned/used: Sea Hunter MK II, Safari, SDC 2300, 6000DI SL ,BHID,ML Stirling,GS 15000, Sov XS, Lobo ST, relic M 7,Fisher 553D & 555D,CX4PI,Infinium,Spectrum XLT.6000D,6000DI S 3, Gold Spear, Scorpion, CXII & CXIII,Pro Scan,Some Home Built VLFs & PIs and some others.
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Re: GM4B
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2013, 17:55 »
GM4 Is still a great detector.... Nice score..

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Re: GM4B
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2013, 09:15 »
I purchased it from a chap in Wales. He said he didn't need it  because they are not allowed to pan or fossick for gold in Wales any more  :o 

It would seem that there Ecologists and environmentalists have finally had a brain snap........ They still allow the big environmentally distructive mines to operate tho ;D   Funny That  ;)    Sounds a bit like Australia of the near future.

We cannot legally use a yabby pump to suck a bit of gold dust out of a square metre of creek bed but we can dig an 10 square kilometre open cut mine and rip the guts out of the country or you could become a Property developer and utterly destroy virgin bushland and animal habitat , so long as you cover the area with concrete, tar, shops n housing.
  • Detector(s) owned/used: Sea Hunter MK II, Safari, SDC 2300, 6000DI SL ,BHID,ML Stirling,GS 15000, Sov XS, Lobo ST, relic M 7,Fisher 553D & 555D,CX4PI,Infinium,Spectrum XLT.6000D,6000DI S 3, Gold Spear, Scorpion, CXII & CXIII,Pro Scan,Some Home Built VLFs & PIs and some others.
  • Oldest find: 1797 Cartwheel penny

 

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