No matter that I don’t get out detecting much any more, I still get questions from tekkies about which detector I use, and why. Likewise they ask what detector I would recommend for their given situation, or which model should they buy for their child or spouse. I always respond but have the feeling they are disappointed because my answers aren’t technical enough or more specific. That’s because I am not a technical guy and right now, I am a pretty damn easy guy to please.
Anyway, I use the MXT Pro and have for some time. It’s just the right machine for ‘me’, and because my explanation why might not satisfy you, I’ve asked three very successful tekkies why they use the MXT Pro and they kindly responded as follows….
MORE ON THE LENBOROUGH HOARD…
Wanted to share more about this story and how the archaeological blogosphere is reacting to it.
Be sure to click on the “read comments” section for opinions. First to respond? Why Paul Barford of course, and while I hate to link to his blog, I will here so you can see just how obsessed and sick this man really is. The number of posts (rants is more appropriate) about this one find is amazing.
His wish, like so many other archaeologists, is that we disappear from the face of the earth. Well Wally, that ain’t going to happen so get over it, and please, seek some help…
Nigel Ingram shared the following photo on the Regton Facebook page, and it just might be the best thing for this ailing tekkie. The question however is how do I recover the target without getting off my ass?