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For Sale Armstrong’s Crusher ring Simon 0400698469 $5500.00 reduced to $4500.00

Armstrong Industries Portable Crusher GRB777XL maximum rate of 500kg @ hour. The size of material to be crushed 90mm max, crushed to a size of 2mm.

Like new used a couple of times. Stored under cover


For Sale Gold and Ghost 1 and 2 Ring John 0428 978 098

Dry Blower For Sale

For Sale 25 Tonne per hour Dryblower located North East of Kalgoorlie. Has Tromel and Bellows operated boxes (8). This unit is old but very honest and works well.

$45,000.00 will trade gold if required.

GPZ 7000 Software Update 2

Get increased performance from your GPZ

This software update features an all new ground smoothing function as a primary enhancement you can go to the Minelab website and download the program any problems give us a ring

4907-0942-1 Brochure, GPZ 7000 Software Upgrade No.2 EN


This is a new innovation in prospecting that has been in development by us at The Prospectors Pick in Bunbury for over 12 months. We purchased the concept from a fellow prospector, Gino Garbellini and we have advanced it to a versatile marketable product.

The principal of the harness is to reduce the carrying weight of the metal detector and to make it very comfortable to use. Anyone with a back or shoulder problem will understand better than most!

The construction of the harness starts with a very comfortable belt that is locally made from quality canvas and has two elastic belts to hold it firmly in place. An attachment plate that holds the stainless steel, over the shoulder support brace, is fastened to the belt and has two support straps to hold the brace from moving side to side. The shoulder support brace is adjustable from left hand to right, tall to short, and is adjusted with two wingnuts. On the deluxe model there are two utility pockets and “D” rings to attach other apparel that prospectors may need to carry. All fastening and eyelets are stainless steel for longevity.

With new metal detectors getting heavier and coils going the same way, we have to rethink our prospecting methods and techniques. This new Prospector Harness is a big start to that process.

I cannot emphasise the point enough that no matter what harness you use, you must fit it correctly and comfortably. This has to be done to eliminate premature fatigue.

The harness comes with an extended bungy cord that allows the bungy cuff to be fitted right at the bottom of the detector shaft, near the coil. This may not suit everyone but don’t knock it until you have tried it.

Prices range from $295.00 – $365.00 depending on the style