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I find that having things on lanyards or curly cords are more of a hinderence so I don't bother. But each to their own. :thumbsup:
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Easylife wrote: ↑Wed May 11, 2022 4:21 pm Maybe they are sheep rustlers? :Thinking:
My usual buddy often has mole traps with him- its amazing how many doors his service has opened for us!
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Hordfindend wrote: ↑Wed May 11, 2022 5:27 pm My usual buddy often has mole traps with him- its amazing how many doors his service has opened for us!
That's a different approach, but I can imagine it works well...
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Easylife wrote: ↑Wed May 11, 2022 4:26 pm I find that having things on lanyards or curly cords are more of a hinderence so I don't bother. But each to their own. :thumbsup:
It is a hinderence to a degree, but not as big hinderence as reaching down and finding your pinpointer or hand digger gone! :D
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Pete E wrote: ↑Wed May 11, 2022 5:36 pm That's a different approach, but I can imagine it works well...
Well as you know, farmers talk to each other. He does a good job for a decent price. And when he gets a new job, he's well placed to ask.πŸ˜‚
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Pete E wrote: ↑Wed May 11, 2022 5:38 pm It is a hinderence to a degree, but not as big hinderence as reaching down and finding your pinpointer or hand digger gone! :D
More diligence required! :D
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Hordfindend wrote: ↑Wed May 11, 2022 5:27 pm My usual buddy often has mole traps with him- its amazing how many doors his service has opened for us!
I'm not surprised. We could do with him round here! :lol:
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Littleboot wrote: ↑Wed May 11, 2022 1:38 pm You see how one thing leads to another? :lol: I detect and it is just the NOX, spade and finds pouch. No purse, no phone, no pinpointer, no keys, anything else. It doesn't necessarily mean I won't leave something behind (I have left my spade leaning against a fence several times) but it helps. If I tool as much as some people into the fields I'd leave something every week!
I left my detector against a fence when going from one part of my large permission to another , I got to the next area and thought oh FFS i raced back to find it still where i left it despite this being along a main road :o
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