Monthly Archives: May 2012

Dual Purpose Deus

John Winter emailed me the following photo (from a UK forum), and had to post it right up…..love it.

“Look at what my wife has done with my new Deus.  I knew I shouldn’t have told her it was a new tool to help with house renovations.”

Photo by Ken Walker

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Overload!

Have been busy with a few projects, and also trying to keep up with all that is going on in the world of treasure hunting. Not easy these days…..

Spent some time Northwest of here where cell phones don’t work, Continue reading

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Always On the Prowl…

My April 29th post about the Blisstool detector brought the anti-detecting establishment out of their holes. Apparently my mention of digging deeper in  “parks” was all they needed to add me to their ranks (and “rank” is indeed a good word for them).

Shortly after this Blisstool post I received a comment, that if I had allowed it to be shown, would have  taken the reader (you) to their website, and months and months of bullshit about how detectorists are destroying the world….

For the record my only concern about extreme depth accredited to the Blisstool was how it might affect the coinshooter here in the US, especially when hunting parks…..

To the individual who sent the comment; if you wish to reply, do so, but make it short, to the point, and most certainly not a link to your website. Then perhaps we  can have a dialogue, or does the thought of that scare you?

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