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  2. Thanks for the reminder Clay! Also worth mentioning is that it's mail only, no walking it in this year until further notice due to Covid concerns. Get them in the mail and make sure you track it! Later...Jim P.
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  4. Hey Acelink, I'm now asking anyone selling used metal detector to make sure they have a serial number on the ad, so customer can verify it's a genuine product. Please add the serial number to this ad. Thanks! Rob
  5. As Land Matters does every new mining year we are offering for download our annual mining claims flow diagrams and written explanations of the annual BLM mining claim filing requirements. These filing aids have helped many claim owners wade through the BLM filing requirements. These popular PDF handouts are updated for the upcoming 2021 mining year (beginning September 1, 2020). Feel free to share and post these wherever you wish as long as you don't modify them and keep them intact with their copyright notices. Reminder The federal filing deadline this year for all mining claims is Monday August 31, 2020. Download the Free 2020 Annual Federal Mining Claims Filing Requirements
  6. Me! I'm the automated assembly line. Only 1700 more to assemble. I can't keep up with orders. Your dealers should have more this week if you have been waiting. I have not seen any field reports from people who have purchased the Swing Assist Guide Arm. I would love to hear some news. Thanks gang! Doc
  7. I have a gently used Minelab GPZ-7000 detector in mint condition for sale. It comes with both GPZ14 and GPZ19 coils, battery pack, BC10 battery charger, adaptors, chargers and cables kit, headphones and a few extras. Everything works perfectly and has only been used a handful of times with a few noticeable signs of cosmetic wear showing around due to usage. Price is $5250 shipped, pm for more details if you’re interested. Thanks
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  9. Hello All, It's unfortunate on what happened with White's Electronics, a great American made company. That being said, I'm blowing out all the following for 25% off. I won't have these items long, as all of them are great products and well worth the purchase. White's 24K 6" Concentric Searchcoil -″-concentric-coil/ White's TDI SL Camo Verision with 2 Searchcoils - Whites's Bullseye TRX Waterproof Pinpointer - I also have (2) White's Bullseye II Pinpointers, asking - $49.95 (normally $59.95) Rob
  10. Hello All, It's unfortunate on what happened with White's Electronics, a great American made company. That being said, I'm blowing out all the following for 25% off. I won't have these items long, as all of them are great products and well worth the purchase. White's 24K 6" Concentric Searchcoil -″-concentric-coil/ White's TDI SL Camo Verision with 2 Searchcoils - Whites's Bullseye TRX Waterproof Pinpointer - I also have (2) White's Bullseye II Pinpointers, asking - $49.95 (normally $59.95) Rob
  11. Hello All, I have like 5 batches of gold I want to move. Here is what I have available and will post pictures for anyone wanted to see the gold - Group 1 - Northern Nevada Placer Gold Nuggets - 16.1 Grams total. Small nuggets from 0.1 Grams to 1.7 Grams. Group 2 - Alaska Placer Gold Nuggets - 54.9 Grams total. Small nuggets from 0.1 Grams to 5+ Grams. Group 3 - Alaska Fine Placer Gold - 63.7 Grams. Gold is very clean. Group 4 - Arizona Fine Placer Gold - 22.2 Grams. Gold is very clean. Group 5 - Arizona Fine Placer Gold - 11.4 Grams. Gold is very clean and does have some smaller pickers with the fine gold. Total of all the gold - 168.3 Grams (+/- .1 grams) or 5.411 Troy Ounces. At spot price today ($1980.00) the entire lot at spot price is $10,713.78 Anyone looking to take the entire lot, fine and nugget gold, I will work with you. I guarantee all the gold is genuine placer fine and nugget gold from the good old USA. Question, post back here, or email me direct at - or text me at 602.909.9008 Rob
  12. Greetings! Is this package (GPx 5000 7 coils 1" prode + misc. ) still for sale? Thank you, David
  13. I did a little experiment to see how effective the Gold SPOT™ Treasure Scoop Portable Gold Pan is for dry panning. This scoop was developed not only to be a more effective nugget recovery tool when using your metal detector but also as an effective tool when crevassing and sampling. This is useful when you are looking for deposits of small nuggets and flakes of gold in cracks in bedrock. So for this experiment, I mixed 1 gram of 14 mesh gold, that would be about 30 or so tiny nuggets and a half of a gram of 18 mesh gold which would be around 40- 45 little flakes total 1.5 grams with dirt and black sand. I mixed it up and put the Gold SPOT™ Scoop to work to see how effectively it could recover these tiny pieces of gold. What's your guess? How much of the 1.5 grams do you think the Gold SPOT™ was able to recover by only dry panning with no water? Get in touch with Rob he just got another load of them in.
  14. This is a used one owner GPX 5000. The Minelab is all boxed up ready to ship, two boxes. I purchased it when they first came out $4500.00 and have found many nuggets with this unit. I have owned all the GP's and GPX's up till this unit and this is the most sensitive nugget finder. It has paid for itself over and over. Nothing is wrong with the machine, it is not a China knockoff. A real Minelab that has found many nuggets. It comes with everything Minelab supplied and three extra coils, five coils in all. The standard Minelab 11 inch Mono and DD coil, a 14 inch Mono Nugget Finder good for deeper large nuggets, a Nugget Finder 7 x 14 Elliptical Mono which is great for looking up under bushes and then a smaller 8 x 12 Coiltek Open Frame Mono coil for easy pinpointing in open areas. Three lower coil shafts so 3 of your coils are ready to mount to the box at all times. The box shaft has the clamp thing to secure the coil cable attaching to the box (reduces cable induced noise). Also included is a 2.4 gram real Arizona Gold test nugget for you to see what real gold sounds like and a couple of large lead test slugs to hear what the big nuggets sound like (the inverted signal). Also a pinpointer (Vibraprobe), two DVDs on advanced prospecting with Minelab GPX series and the Minelab fabric detector case. Price is $2500
  15. I just saw one a 3000 on craigslist mohave county Kingman. Seller has multiple coils also reasonable.
  16. Greetings! I'm looking for a used Minelab GP 3000 or 3500. Decent condition and reasonably priced, please! It doesn't have to have any coil, as I can obtain these. Thank you! Dave at
  17. That is scary for the family but looks like he is fine and well. I saw on another forum that he is OK.
  18. To all Roadrunner members: We are forwarding this note along to all our members in hopes that someone may have seen Larry. A picture of him is also attached, Thanks, Pete ------ Forwarded Message ------ From: "Lila Schwenk" <> To: Sent: 7/26/2020 1:27:16 PM Subject: Member Larry Lerdahl I and the Apache Junction and Prescott AZ police and sheriff's departments are searching for my brother, Larry Lerdahl. I and our other two siblings live in Wisconsin near Milwaukee. I believe, and am desperately hoping, that Larry is a member of your club so you might give us more information about where he pans for gold. Maybe other members in the Prescott, AZ area might know him and/or his whereabouts. He's panned for years previously, but just got back to it last fall, I believe. Larry was last heard of from me around the end of June, 2020. My siblings and I have left messages on his phone since then and he has not returned our calls. That's not like him at all! He's 79 years old and not in the best of health and out somewhere near Prescott, we believe, all alone. He's very slim built, about 5'7" with receding hair line. He often wears t-shirts and hats with Christian messages on them. If your members in the AZ area can you give me any information as to where Larry might go to pan for gold, or was last seen, it certainly would help to narrow down the search for him. He drives a white Kia SUV and uses it to live in while panning. Thank You for any assistance you might be to us. You can either email me, call my home phone - 262-544-0798 or cell phone 414-861-6311. Bless you for your efforts. Lila Schwenk Author of Penalties of the Truth A biography of brother, Larry Psalm 106:1 - Give thanks to the Lord for He is good. His love endures forever.
  19. Hello All, This great Minelab GPZ 7000 Bundle will end in just a few days. Act now to get the most powerful gold nugget detector on the planet including the FREE $1500 19" Searchcoil. Remember we offer an additional FREE Bundle package from Rob's Detector Sales, Arizona Field Training, Free Shipping/Handling and Lifetime support beyond the sale. ENDS July 31st 2020 - Minelab GPZ 7000 + FREE 19" Searchcoil for $8000.00 This is a promo that we are running through Minelab Americas that allows the customers to get a FREE $1500 searchcoil now included with the purchase of a Minelab GPZ 7000 metal detector. The Minelab GPZ 7000 is the King of all detectors. It has superior mineral immunity, amazing depth (up to 40% more than previous Pulse Induction detectors) and outstanding sensitivity to very small gold, crystalline gold and gold/quartz specimens. If you're seriously about metal detecting for gold nuggets, this is the best tool for the job. The price of gold will soon hit $2,000 per ounce, so what a great hobby where you can return on your investment and enjoy the wonderful outdoors with your family and friends. Feel free to reach out to us at Rob's Detector Sales for more information about metal detecting for gold. Purchase the GPZ 7000 today! Rob's Detector Sales Surprise, Arizona USA 623.362.1459 office line 602.909.9009 text messages/cell
  20. Hey Guys, Another short video from about a month or so ago that I never uploaded. We are placering a wash down to bedrock and using the Minelab GPZ 7000 to scan the bedrock for nuggets.
  21. You're very welcome! Thanks as always for your business and friendship. Rob
  22. Rob, thanks for the call back today about those scoops. Nice to see prompt service.
  23. Well tell the CDC that KN95 and N95 masks are bullshit. KN95 are N95 are recommended by the CDC, and they even say you can use them for extended use as long as they are usable and you have not soiled the outside with blood or sputum. The key is not to touch the outside of the mask and transfer cooties to the inside. These masks meet FDA specs. Cloth masks do not. These masks are approved for medical use. Cloth masks are not. The CDC also recommends, which is what my sons, who are dentists also recommend, is to use your cloth mask or a cheap mask over the KN95 mask to keep the outside of the KN95 mask from being contaminated using the cloth mask to act as a barrier. "CDC Recommended Guidance for Extended Use and Limited Reuse of N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirators in Healthcare Settings" "While contact transmission caused by touching a contaminated respirator has been identified as the primary hazard of extended use and reuse of respirators, other concerns have been assessed, such as a reduction in the respirator’s ability to protect the wearer caused by rough handling or excessive reuse.(19, 20) Extended use can cause additional discomfort to wearers from wearing the respirator longer than usual.(14, 15) However, this practice should be tolerable and should not be a health risk to medically cleared respirator users." So all of this is talking about use in a healthcare environment and even the CDC recognizes that these are not one-time use masks. If you are in a store and practicing social distancing, and there is no one obviously coughing or sneezing around you, there is no reason you can not reuse this or any mask safely, just don't turn it inside out. CDC studies cited by the CDC speculate that the reason there is no strong evidence that touching the outside of the mask does not generally contribute to spread of contaminates is because the contaminates are captured inside the outside layer of the mask as you inhale. They cited a study which said that on the average doctors and nurses touch their masks and then their faces on the average of 25 times and yet there seems to be no correlation between this behavior and an increase in illness among medical staff. Now regardless. with all that being said, I have no idea when this study was conducted and whether they had ever dealt with a virus as easily transmitted as CO-VID19. So as with all things, take it with a grain of salt. I can tell you from personal experience that these masks work better than anything else I have used. I melt plastic in the warehouse and I can not smell it, nor can I smell fiberglass rods that I have to grind. Not so with other masks. I would never use a cloth mask for doing these things. Although the CDC has said that even cloth masks can be beneficial in preventing breathing in droplets of other people's exhaled breath. I think if we all just use some kind of nose and mouth covering we will be well protected from each other. That way we have two barriers. The mask we are wearing and the mask someone else is wearing. However, what good is a mask when people are wearing the damn things below their nose? That drives me crazy. So nothing is perfect. But I think common sense goes a long way. Do what you feel comfortable doing. I think any face covering is better than no face covering. It's all moot now, all the masks are all gone. Doc
  24. Im just asking....what kind of mask do you wear? Tom H.
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