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    Book of Jack?

    Where do I find this book of jack that I read about?
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    Re: Book of Jack?

    I sent you one via email. If it fails to arrive, please advise.
    I've traveled a long way, and many of the roads weren't paved.

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    Re: Book of Jack?

    What book?
    Take The Junk

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    Re: Book of Jack?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mort link=topic=12954.msg137834#msg137834 date=1365432251
    What book?
    http://www.americandetectorist.com/f...39029#msg39029
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    How can I get a copy

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwilder9 View Post
    How can I get a copy
    you could private message LowJiber (John) for a copy wwilder9 .

    welcome to the forum by the way .

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    wwilder9...

    Since we transferred to the new forum software, I no longer have access to your email address. Therefore, you'll need to drop me a PM as Dan mentioned above. When I get your email address, I'll gladly attach a copy and reply.
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    Message sent thanks.

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    Should be in your email box now. Please advise if not.
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    Hello Lowjiber, I sent you a PM asking for the Book of Jack, just wondering if you got it?
    Thank you, please let me know.
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    Tom...

    Should be in your email box now. Please advise if not.

    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lowjiber View Post
    Tom...

    Should be in your email box now. Please advise if not.

    John
    Thank you John I got it!
    Tom
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    Lowjiber, I would be interested in getting the Book of Jack as well. If you would be willing to E-mail it to me, my E-mail address id; silvisrobert@gmail.com Thank you very much, Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by seeker77 View Post
    Lowjiber, I would be interested in getting the Book of Jack as well. If you would be willing to E-mail it to me, my E-mail address id; silvisrobert@gmail.com Thank you very much, Bob
    It should be in your email now. If not, please advise via PM.

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    Lowjiber,
    I thanked you by email, what you are doing is very nice and I just wanted to "Thank You" on the forum level...
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    You are welcome, Boulder. A lot of folks contributed a lot of experiences to that crude collection. I just collected them and pass 'em along.
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    Lowjiber,

    If you can spare one more? I need to review it before setting out for the season.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe in Atlanta View Post
    Lowjiber,

    If you can spare one more? I need to review it before setting out for the season.

    Thanks
    Joe, I just saw this post and don't know if you got one, or not. The normal, posted process is to send me a PM with your email address, and I'll then forward you a copy. Since I send so many and emails don't necessarily reflect the member's name, it makes it difficult to keep track of who got one.

    I'm sending you a PM requesting your email address. As soon as I get it, I'll forward a copy to you.

    HH,

    John
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    I am new to this forum, not new to detecting as I have been swinging a coil for over 25 years. What is the book of Jack? How does it apply to my V3i?

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    It's just at collection of tips/tricks from the days before manuals for the machines. A lot of folks like it.

    You can read a bit of the history of TBoJ in the preface of the one I just sent you.

    John
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