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Post by Julie572 on Mon 14 Mar 2016, 12:10 pm

From ancient times, detecting underground treasures are accomplished by manual. There don't have too much skills but determine treasures general location by formal experience and information.
However, this isn't accurate and many treasures are found because of lucky. Later, there is magic tool named Luoyang shovel appealing. People can judge if there have treasures underground by soil. This tool has great effect on Tomb uproar and archaeological community and a large number of people got profit because of Luoyang shovel.
In the 20th century, the birth of the treasure-hunting instrument has epoch-making significance for treasure hunter. Therefore, detecting tools were used widely among Chinese and a lot of treasure hunting fans lived rich life.
Today treasure hunters already developed upgrading equipment and used by ordinary homes as well. Only paid about 1000 RMB, you can become a treasure hunter.

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Post by Banjo on Mon 14 Mar 2016, 2:07 pm

Well she ? roped you in Les, now the hard sell is on Very Happy

Might be worth a try considering it's only just over $200 affraid
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Post by oneday on Mon 14 Mar 2016, 2:26 pm

U MIGHT LIKE THOSE DETECTORS JULIE but u will look pretty stupid walking around the bush here in WA. a snake will bite the end of the tector and the bottom will fall of.

1000 Rotten Marbles Banjo

yeah if u want to sell something go to the FOR SALE SECTION.

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Post by Wedgetail on Mon 14 Mar 2016, 8:50 pm

Banjo wrote:Well she ? roped you in Les, now the hard sell is on Very Happy

Might be worth a try considering it's only just over $200 affraid

Not the point though is it Banjo. The point is that the first thing that gets said is not "troll" but some mysogynist put down garbage that some men seem to need to spout when a female arrives in a male domain.

But all solved and well done to the guys that pulled their comments. Proud of ya.

She/he/it/them certainly doesn't sound as "English" as the first Julie did.
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Post by oneday on Wed 16 Mar 2016, 6:33 pm

yep chinese scammers--try Miya Hu--Chinese hopefully peddling cheap and nasty detectors--god help us and maybe throw in some monkeys, rabbits and crabs or whatever is the flavour of the month to suit.

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