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Have to agree with "lovedr79". I started out with an inexpensive Bounty Hunter and was frustrated after pardners with good machines found good stuff right after I had gone over it. You can always sell it on Craigslist if you don't like it. Another option would be to rent one. Don't know if you have ...
I've been metal detecting on and off since the early 80's. Great exercise and exciting when you make a good find. The nickels and dimes you find pay for your batteries and the silver and gold jewelry makes it worth your time. Best detector is one of those ask 6 guys and you'll get six different answ...
- 20 Dec 2015, 13:50
- Forum: Motors
- Topic: Great public link with manuals for many makes of Outboards!
- Replies: 76
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Thank you. Link still works great. Honda BF75
- 18 Dec 2015, 13:49
- Forum: Hunting & Weapons
- Topic: If needed, the BEST thing to remove RUST from firearms
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1128
I've used Rem Oil with #0000 steel wool and light buffing. Doesn't damage bluing, but you have to be careful. I'll try the "Frontier Cloth". Thanks
Greetings, new to the forum, not new to Hi-Point carbines. I've owned 3-995TS and now own a 995 (Monkey Gun). I have never had a problem with any of them and only got rid of them when I saw an opportunity to trade for something I wanted more. Always picked up another one to take it's place. Excellen...
- 17 Dec 2015, 10:36
- Forum: Watering Hole
- Topic: New Member Introductions!
- Replies: 2126
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Greetings from Oregon. Figured it was time to stop lurking and join up. Just picked up a neglected 58 14ft Starcraft Super Star or maybe a Super Constellation. Not sure which since the boat is a 14ft with low freeboard and all of the Super Star's I've seen have much higher freeboard and were made in...