[meteorite-list] - Fisher Gold Bug owners?

From: Linton Rohr <lintonius_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 21:51:59 -0700
Message-ID: <B8954515D1CC4AE396827185E85DE895_at_D190TH71>

Thank you, Erik.
Based on that, I'll try to find myself a Gold Bug II,
but if I come across a good deal on the original model,
that might be fine to get started with.

Erik Fisler erikfwebb at msn.com
Mon Jun 1 04:14:52 EDT 2009
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The second version has a substantially higher frequency so it's really hot
on metal.
John Wolfe's can pick up some gold basin L's and Palo Verde Mine L's that a
GMT can't.
He showed me some very nice specimen gold too.

With my Dad's Gold Bug Origional, I have found bird shot 8 inches deep, as
loud as a wistle.
Either one is good on meteorites but I would sugest paying for the version


> From: lintonius at earthlink.net

> To: meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com

> Date: Sun, 31 May 2009 23:57:23 -0700

> Subject: [meteorite-list] - Fisher Gold Bug owners?


> Greetings listees.

> I know some of you prefer to use the Fisher Gold Bug II metal detectors.

> I've been watching for a "pre-owned model" and what I'm wondering is...

> Is the difference between the Gold Bug II and the original subtle, or

> substantial?

> Should I bother with the original at a good price, or hold out for the
> newer

> model?

> Either way, this will be my first detector. Any advice would be highly

> appreciated.

> Thank you.

> Linton
Received on Tue 02 Jun 2009 12:51:59 AM PDT

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