Finding Paystreak Gold With A Metal Detector
October 2008 by Chris RalphThere is no question metal detectors can be used to find paystreaks, but the method I am going to describe may not be exactly the procedure some prospectors would expect.
I researched the Internet and found a number of table makers, but technology has changed in the last 25 years. No one could sell me a kit for a new deck with wooden riffles...
- Prospector banned from college campus
- Early retirement...
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