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    Broke the Record

    What a beautiful piece Jonathan! Will we be seeing that one in any upcoming "I want that damn specie" contest!? I'll definately be in on that one! It's too bad you'll be heading out soon, we'll sure miss your contributions. Joe Kauffman
  2. Which of these choices would you pick to find in one day? A nice patch of grammers or half grammers? Maybe a beautiful 1 ounce lump? Ouncers don't come along everyday, but quantity sometime is better than quality! Joe Kauffman
  3. Rob, I would agree that it is a close one between the Garretts and Fisher. The Groundhog A2B really had a huge impact on the world's goldfields, especially in Australia. Then again, in the mid 1980s the Gold Bug took a commanding lead becoming one of the most popular nugget hunting machines ever made. Which detector has actually found the most gold is open for debate, however one thing I do know for sure is that the Minelabs are closing in with each passing day. I'd be curious to hear from those that were using a detector to chase gold back in the 1970s-80s. What do you guys think? Chris
  4. Hi Everyone, As you can see the new AZO forum is charging ahead at full steam! All of the hard work and long hours spent at the keyboard have finally paid off, thanks a million for the wonderful comments. I am utterly amazed at all the cool features this discussion board has to offer. Now we can quickly and easily share photos of our latest finds, conduct polls, check the number of views each post has received, set up chats, add icons, see who is online, change the text font, color and size – Whew! The list goes on and on… A huge thanks to Cactus Joe for his dedication and technical expertise, to Jonathan Porter for his “always” informative posts and commitment to excellence, and last but not least, to all of you. None of this would have been possible without your support, thank you for continuing to make this prospecting forum a real class act. A new day is dawning my friends, and although I cannot discuss all the details as of yet, you can expect some very exciting things from Arizona Outback in the near future. Hope to see you all on the goldfields! Cheers, Chris Gholson
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