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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: KSSheriff
Date: September 04, 2013 09:57AM
Army MP and now I am in my 28th year with the Johnson County Kansas Sheriff's Office. Married 28 years with 3 grown kids.




Re: Question for Garrett Metal Detecting Forum. .
Posted by: Frank-S
Date: September 04, 2013 03:14PM
I have a Gatterr Master Hunter ADS111 and a Master Hunter CX111.I pluged theCX111 coil
in the ADS 111 and the ADS went dead.it bloded a cap.
Question.are there any inter-changeable coils from other garrett detector( coils)
that will work on my Master Hunter CX111 with-out damageing it.
Thanks Frank-S

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: whitedingo001
Date: September 10, 2013 12:10AM
Gday all. Currently a courier to the mines. Ex u/g miner, shearer, general truck driver, and spent a while diving for aquarium fish on the Great Barrier Reef. Living in Mackay, sunny Queensland. Currentl have an Ace 250 and Compass Judge 2 auto. Dan

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: Gospelsinger91
Date: October 01, 2013 10:37PM
I'm in the "Golden Corner" of Upstate, South Carolina. I have an Ace 350 which I really like. It's the best I could afford to start my hobby, and it's lived up to it's "standard". I hope one day to afford something a little more advanced, but I'm having almost too much fun now.
I was part owner and worked as a mechanic of a 24hr. Road Service for almost 20 years, retired from that in 1995. I've been a musician All my life.
My wife and I started a Gospel group called "Promised Land" in 1992. In 1995, I retired from the road service and we started singing/ministering full-time.
So far, it's been 21 years on the road with "Promised Land".... and still going strong. We sing all over the U.S. We've recorded and released 13 full-length recording projects since 1993.
Nice to meet Ya'll... I'm blessed to get to sometimes metal detect in the various states and places we sing. I only wish I could do it more. If your in or near South Carolina, holler at me.
Tommy

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: Mick in Dubbo
Date: November 01, 2013 08:15AM
I thought that I'd posted here. Anyway, I work in a sheep abattoir. been there for 22 years. changing jobs in the new year. I had a few jobs before that in the country town that I currently reside, but they seemed to disappear after a short period. Just prior to moving to Dubbo. I used to be a postman around the Sydney CBD
Will be looking at part time work in the new year as well as look into setting up a new venture that will hopefully get me back to the coast again, not to mention, some real choice detecting spots.
mick Evans.

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: M_d_in_guy
Date: November 18, 2013 03:29PM
At the ago of 9 started selling greeting cards door to door, to get my Mustang Fastback bike, a year later it arrived from the Junior sales club of America (the add in the back of almost every comic book back in the day), delivered newspapers, worked at car lots after school, bearing and power transmission specialist for quite a few years, 60 ton overhead crane operator (my favorite job ever), nights and weekends doing furniture refinishing for years (extra dollars), sold new and used cars in a small town for 6 years, 25 years having my own construction and renovation company, managed 6 commercial properties for 6 years, supervised Government construction jobs all over Ontario, currently I volunteer 3 days a week at a non profit organization called "The Real Deal" we sell just about anything that has been donated to the company
http://www.realaction.ca/realdeal.htm, check it out if you have a moment. I'm working my way to being a paid employee there, with having been off work for 2 years now, was waiting on the surgery I just had 3 weeks ago. I have a son that writes computer program (his own and sells it), my daughter is in banking. I love metal detecting, researching history and getting the facts, a very cool cat that thinks he owns me and try to play with classic cars a bit. Here's a couple that I have right now to work on. Cheers.

Jon




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: Silver Dollar
Date: December 05, 2013 07:42AM
20 Years at Mulzer Crushed Stone. Now at Kimball Elecrtonics for 12 years now. :cheers:

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: bik-il
Date: December 14, 2013 10:12PM
Paper route up to high school.
Carpentry after that.
Stock and options trader until I decided to go to law school.
Bartended through law school, and for 13 years after graduating have been a criminal defense attorney.

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: afulki
Date: December 15, 2013 09:08AM
Software Developer for 30+ years, Photographer, Father

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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: Lake Hunter
Date: January 09, 2014 10:20PM
I've been a manager in the auto parts industry for 25+ years.



Nothing like seeing GOLD in the scoop !!!

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: Ole Blood
Date: January 23, 2014 04:26PM
65 year old attorney looking to retire soon. I have dabbled at metal detecting off and on for years having had a White's Coinmaster and then a Quantum XL. Recently purchased an At Pro that I have yet to use. Hope the learning curve isn't too much for an Ole guy.

Past hobbies include scuba diving (master rated), driving airplanes (instrument rated), skeet shooting, a bit of photography, hunting and knife making.

Rick

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 Bartlett
Date: February 02, 2014 02:21PM
Service manager for a union industrial/commercial air conditioning company for the last 3 years(29 years in union).Used an ace 250 for the last year and a at pro for the last 2 weeks.

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: nebraskagoldhunter
Date: February 11, 2014 11:44AM
Railroad, BNSF, 37 yrs. . started detecting 1975, off and on, and have been detecting pretty heavily since 1999. my first garrett wa a GTA 350, also used 1350, and GIT 1500. HH :clapping:



Garrett GTI 1500, Garrett AT Pro,White's V3i, Garrett Pro-pointer

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: dgruff
Date: February 24, 2014 08:28AM
Well here's my first post...I worked for General Telephone/Verizon for 30 years. Got my 30 on a Wednesday and was retired by Friday in the same week, lol. I couldn't WAIT to leave! Now I work part time in a pawn shop. In fact, that's where I got my sweet Ace 250. An ex coworker moved up to an AT Pro and now I want one of those really bad! He's finding good stuff with it.

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: 1950cupajo
Date: March 02, 2014 02:59PM
Me too,

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