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#1 2016-02-01 03:55:34

willrocks
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Long range gold detector

Looks like a bargain at $495 lol*

* Just kidding, please don't buy one.

Ebay wrote:

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Long range locators can quickly scan a wide area and determine if a concentration of gold, coins, nuggets, jewelry, a cache,  or other valuables are within the reach area of the instrument. if no target is picked up, the operator can eliminate and just ignore the site, and move on to the next position to be scanned. If a target lock is achieve, then the conventional metal detector can be used to quickly search the designated spot in order to pinpoint and recover the target. A target lock is achieved when the SYSTEM B, which is free floating on its handle, points to a particular area resisting from pointing away from it even when the operator swings past it. Easiest way to mentally picture a target lock is this : if you hold a campass in your hand, the needle will point NORTH. If you change the position of the compass, regardless of how you rotate it, the needle will resist the change, and still point to the original North position. The B reacts basically the same way. In order to minimize the target area, the operator can take several readings from various positions, taking note of where the visual lines from each position intersect. That will be the general area of target position. Now the operator needs to pinpoint the target center by searching a small area. The B is mostly designed to find somewhat large targets, but numerous EXPERIENCED operators are able to locate small targets as well. The B is not a comventional metal detector and does not work as one. If you never used long range equipment, you will need to spend some time learning what the instrument is trying to tell you before you become proficient with it. If you are not the patient type willing to spend time in the field with it and expect this to be your personal "magic wand", then this is not for you. Distance and depth of the instrument is largely dependent on size of targets and lenght of time in the ground. Freshly buried targets or "test targets" setting above the ground will not generate strong pulls or target locks. The SYSTEM B comes with 1 year factory warranty, training DVD and manual, and with FREE booster system mounted on antenna system ( a $ 298.95 value ).  Shipping is FREE in USA. Pay Pal with confirmed address and shipped to same.

WE SHIP THIS ITEM WORLDWIDE BUT PLEASE NOTE :  orders from outside the USA may require special payment procedure. Contact us for instructions before you pay for this item. Shipping costs range from        $ 75.00 or so for items shipped outside of USA.

THESE ARE SOLD ON FINAL SALE BASES. Occasionally we will make an exception to this, if a valid reason is stated, but only if the item is unopened. Any openened returns are SUBJECT TO A 20 % RESTOCKING FEE. NO EXCEPTIONS.    If you do do agree with these policies, please DO NOT purchase this item.   

New York residents ONLY are subject to sales tax.        Pick ups:

Metal Detector Distributors  9203 Flatlands Ave   Brooklyn  NY  11236

718-649-5872

Please feel free to visit our website for further information, or ask questions.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/LONG-RANGE-GOLD … XQWzNSo3~5

Last edited by willrocks (2016-02-01 03:56:05)


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#2 2016-02-01 04:07:04

James
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Re: Long range gold detector

It'd be fantastic if it didn't work at all.

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#3 2016-02-01 04:08:23

wrcmad
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Re: Long range gold detector

Damn.
Looks like I'll have to upgrade my Rangertell mad - http://forums.silverstackers.com/topic- … age-4.html


Anything is possible, but not everything is probable.  wink

Manipulation..... If you want to continually subscribe to this idea then get out of precious metals. Only a fool would play a game that is completely rigged. As you still are in the game, I would say that you are not completely convinced of the manipulation ...

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#4 2016-02-01 04:45:37

whinfell
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Re: Long range gold detector

Meanwhile, closer to home, you can buy the Zoomcast Binocam Gold Plus Long Range Detector:

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Zoomcast-Bin … 35fa005dc3

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#5 2016-02-01 04:48:09

whinfell
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Re: Long range gold detector

Willrocks, you missed this one:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ACCURATE-LOCATO … 1807594353

"BEWARE OF CHEAP IMITATIONS" - a bargain at US$1500 ! lol

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#6 2016-02-01 04:49:52

willrocks
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Re: Long range gold detector

Or the "OKM Bionic X4 Long Range Gold Locator Detector" for only $18,784

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http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/OKM-Bionic-X … SwhkRWgXJp


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#7 2016-02-01 05:03:02

wrcmad
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Re: Long range gold detector

willrocks wrote:

Or the "OKM Bionic X4 Long Range Gold Locator Detector" for only $18,784

Seriously, that is the best laugh I've had all day! lol
I've sent the kids out into the backyard to see if I have a nugget like that lying on the lawn... but no such luck. sad


Anything is possible, but not everything is probable.  wink

Manipulation..... If you want to continually subscribe to this idea then get out of precious metals. Only a fool would play a game that is completely rigged. As you still are in the game, I would say that you are not completely convinced of the manipulation ...

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#8 2016-02-01 05:03:41

shinymetal
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Re: Long range gold detector

or you could save your self some money and just point this stick around.
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#9 2016-02-01 05:09:22

serial
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Re: Long range gold detector

shinymetal wrote:

or you could save your self some money and just point this stick around.
http://forums.silverstackers.com/upload … _stick.jpg

How much for the stick!

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#10 2016-02-01 05:11:55

Stoic Phoenix
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Re: Long range gold detector

back up buzz on stick


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#11 2016-02-01 05:32:08

shinymetal
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Re: Long range gold detector

serial wrote:
shinymetal wrote:

or you could save your self some money and just point this stick around.
http://forums.silverstackers.com/upload … _stick.jpg

How much for the stick!

the great thing about the stick technique is ANY stick will do!!
go outside, and pick up a stick and point it.
you will find no gold, gems or silver. you will simply be standing in a paddock pointing a stick. (same result as all devices above)
you could even bluetack your smartphone to the top of the stick, that way you can look where your stick is pointing...

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#12 2016-02-01 06:17:06

serial
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Re: Long range gold detector

But I want your stick. I don't know if my stick works. Do you have a cobbled together user manual and pelican carry case for your stick? That would prove to me its the real deal

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#13 2016-02-01 06:33:17

shinymetal
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Re: Long range gold detector

I'll be honest. i don't even have that stick. I took the photo off google images. but I could go get one from the yard, put it in cardboard box (that i will paint to look like a pelican case), a in depth guide on how to point the stick, i'll even throw in a glob of slightly used blu tack to attach your phone to the stick.
all for bargain price of $100!! far cheaper than all competitors devices. 
i will provide a guarantee... this stick is guaranteed to point at what ever you point it at. if you dig a hole where you end up pointing it, you're guaranteed to end up with a pile.

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#14 2016-02-01 07:01:58

SpacePete
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Re: Long range gold detector

Apologies to Skyrocket, but I couldn't resist tongue

uhzdaXz.jpg


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#15 2016-02-01 15:54:24

Sa_bogan
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Re: Long range gold detector

if you want to see something that someone made (which almost cost the same amount as an entry level detector) here is one image i had to save. Its a pro point on the bottom of a walking stick, wtf!!!
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#16 2016-02-01 20:04:29

willrocks
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Re: Long range gold detector

Apparently it does teleportation too!

Last edited by willrocks (2016-02-01 20:05:17)


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#17 2016-02-01 20:54:08

willrocks
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Re: Long range gold detector

SilverPete wrote:

Apologies to Skyrocket, but I couldn't resist tongue

http://i.imgur.com/uhzdaXz.jpg

So you think Billy Meier is actually alive, selling long range gold detectors developed in the 1970s? Mind Blown!

http://forums.silverstackers.com/messag … ml#p756604


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