Are You Being Followed?
March 2022 by Ray Mills
These “people”—and I use that term loosely—worked together with others. What was happening to me was like scenes out of the old James Bond movies.
… I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Brent Weaver, Garrett’s chief design engineer to talk about gold-oriented detectors, how they work and how prospectors can get the most out of them.
The small-scale miner has reasonable opportunity to exploit some of these small, rich placer gold deposits.
There is always an overwhelming feeling when finding gold of any size, but one like this doesn’t come along very often.
The more experienced prospectors know these lesser known spots are the types of places where big finds are still made.
Don’t hunker down and just keep digging in one spot where there is very little or no gold—if you don’t find it, you’ve got to get up and move on!
I cleared the connector by poking a small Phillips screwdriver through it. To ensure the bore was clean, I dunked the connector into some water and then blew it clean with my shop air compressor.
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