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Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: Frdmftr
Date: July 01, 2016 12:10AM
Retired; working twice as hard as I ever did making a living; now working more than full-time for no pay as a pro-US Constitution and pro-right to keep and bear arms activist.

"You cannot arm slaves and expect them to remain slaves. Nor can you disarm a free people and expect them to remain free."

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Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: Sataro
Date: July 24, 2016 04:08PM
Six year stint in USAF as a Law Enfocement specialist. Various factory jobs... Spent the last 23 years as a teacher in Texas public schools. Currently retired...



Nokta Impact | Whites MXT Pro | Tesoro Vaquero | Tesoro Cibola | Lesche Digger | Garrett Pro-Pointer | Deteknix Xpointer

Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: riveraiders60
Date: July 25, 2016 08:09PM
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Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:N/T
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Date: July 25, 2016 08:11PM

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Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: riveraiders60
Date: July 25, 2016 08:17PM
Married 30 years, Aqua Ace 150s. Standard and large coils, one DD..Auto body paint and janitorial. Full time rvers for 30 years. Waterhunters. Vibraprobe pinpointers. First detector Fischer Gold Bug 1988. I also write for Western Eastern Treasure Magazine, freelance.



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Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: riveraiders60
Date: July 28, 2016 07:00AM
I want to thank all you service and law enforcement men and women for your hard work ,help,bravery and self-sacrifice to keep us all safe.
Toni Griffin

Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: ecmjamsit
Date: September 05, 2016 05:48PM
Electronic countermeasures specialist for the Air Force. We jam enemy radar systems.

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Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: Desert Detective
Date: September 19, 2016 09:54PM
Well, what I do for a living is I am a Used Car Sales Manager at a large auto group, specifically at a Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and now Fiat dealership. Been in Retail Automotive Sales now for 20+ years. What I would love to do as would many of you is Metal Detect for a living somehow, so I am working on that LOL.



KNOWN AS: Desert Detective. METAL DETECTORS: Garrett ATX w/Deepseeker, Garrett AT Gold, Teknetics T2 SE. GEAR: Hermit 34 Pick, Predator Tools Pearl Pick, Piranha Shovel Little Eagle Shovel, and the Original Side Digger, Garmin 64st Deep Canyon, GoPro Hero4 Silver and Pretty Much a Ton of Crevicing Picks, Tools and Hammers. TYPE OF DETECTING: Desert Detecting; Relics, Nuggets AND occasionally Coins HUNTING LOCATION TYPES: Desert, Wagon Trails, Lost Treasures, Gold Fields, Ghost Towns, Homesteads, Camp Grounds, Beach, Lakes, Rivers, Washes and occasionally Parks. EXPERIENCE: 1 Year.

Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: Ohiodirtfisher
Date: October 13, 2016 11:00AM
Machinist, until the auto industry declined, US Army, drove semi's around the country for five years, carpenter for four years, property maintenance for six years, welder fitter for five years, and now I am self employed doing home maintenance and remodeling. So I can set my schedule and take time to pursue my interest's, "You only kick this rock once, give it HELL!" My mantra. Won't bother you with the equipment list, if it goes beep, I probably have had one, now I am getting into the older detectors.
They built some fine machines and that goes for some companies that are no longer in existence.

Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: SnideTripod
Date: October 19, 2016 09:17PM
I am an Arborist, currently with Davey Edmonton RC. Before that I cooked at various restaurants, worked for a general contractor, and was a Carney.

Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: Larry B4th
Date: November 06, 2016 12:00AM
Retired U.S. Navy 20yrs as an avionics tech. Now work for AT&T for the last 15 years. Have been metal detecting for almost 3 years, Mostly beach. I have a AT Pro and a Sea Hunter Mk ll.

Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: Pittsburgh pilot
Date: December 20, 2016 09:42AM
After graduating high school I entered carpentry school that trained me for finish and trim work. From that experience I began working as a professional scale model maker that required a security clearance from the U.S. Government because of the sensitive military topics that we worked on. After earning my bachelors degree in Industrial Design, I spent the next 19 years consulting and teaching at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in the Industrial Design department ,developing curriculum for traditional 3D model making classes as well as computer aided 2D drafting and 3D modeling. These classes utilized traditional shop machinery as well as cad/ cam equipment such as stereo lithography, CNC and 3D scanning equipment.
Then a career change was on order. I decided to pursue a life long dream of becoming a professional pilot. It was not as difficult as it might seem as I was already an accomplished pilot and flight instructor at the time. So for the last 10 years I have been flying professionally as a charter pilot all over North America and the islands. I fly a Citation XLS business jet that frequently takes customers to destinations up and down the east and west coasts and Rocky Mountains that are my favorite. There is plenty of room in the plane to take along my new AT Pro for some beach hunting or an alpine treasure hunt.

Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: Herb Jones
Date: January 07, 2017 11:07PM
Army medic, DOD security contractor, merchant mariner engineer, commercial/industrial electrician, bartender.

Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:
Posted by: richard turner
Date: January 09, 2017 03:17PM
I'm a retired prof. fire fighter / EMT-B, with 33-1/2 years of service .Federal f/f (Navy):usan: DOD and retired with Elizabeth City Vol.fire Dept. :clapping: went back to work for the city as a wasteplant night shift operator and retired again with 8 more yrs of service to the city : throw :now i draw my s.s. , and now is my time to relax . started out with a bounty hunter ,in the 70's, changed over to nautilus deep seeker and silver king , white spectrum and just purchase a ace 300 now

Re: There's Lots Of Brilliant :nerd: Talent On This Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. ."WHAT DO/DID YOU DO FOR A LIVING?????" :ninja:N/T
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Date: January 10, 2017 12:32AM

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