The following article suggests a possible change to the name used for the Minelab Musketeer Advantage. It is not a major change; it is the sort of change the publisher of a Minelab Musketeer Advantage Review could handle with relative ease. The following article suggests that one particular metal detector should take on this name: Minelab Musketeer Advantages. The following article makes it clear that the operator of this one Minelab detector enjoys more than one advantage. He or she can go deep into the soil, during an intensive treasure hunt. He or she can also put aside worries about “trash.” If you want to conduct a “trash free” treasure hunt, then read the following article.
What would the Dusky Demon have done with a Musky? Who was the Dusky Demon? “Dusky Demon” is another name for Bill Pickett, the first African American in the Cowboy Hall of Fame. What is a Musky? It is another name for a Minelab Musketeer Advantage metal detector.
Bill Pickett did not go after either fame or fortune. Bill Pickett introduced a new technique for downing a steer. Bill Pickett did see newspaper headlines that touched on a subject related to at least one Minelab Musketeer Advantage review. He lived during the battles of World War I. One reviewer has written about going down into three feet of soil, in order to retrieve the remains of a W.W.I German helmet.
The ability of the Musketeer Advantage to burrow down to amazing depths has been emphasized in a long string of detector reviews. The reviewer who found his treasure in just three feet did not have to worry about any “litter” in the ground that held his find. Other reviewers indicate that they have carried out their money making search in ground that was full of many undesirable items.
One reviewer who had used a Musketeer to uncover ancient Roman coins and valuable Roman jewelry wrote about the old nails that threatened to obscure each of those hidden treasures. According to that reviewer, his Advantage managed to “sail through” all of the rusted nails, and the iron pottery as well.
There is one type of metal that does sometimes “fool” the Musketeer Advantage. That is the shiny metal known as aluminum. In fact, one reviewer was forced to admit that the Musketeer Advantage is an “aluminum foil loving machine.” In the same posted commentary, that reviewer also wrote this: “If you do not dig up a little bit of junk you will not dig anything else either!”
Perhaps that reviewer had read about the ancient silver piece discovered by one coin collector, a collector who was using a Musketeer Advantage. That collector had managed to add a coin from 1279 to his collection. His Musketeer had helped him to dig up a relic from a period of history that came before the era of the Three Musketeers.
If the Dusky Demon had been able to get his hands on a Musky, then he wouldn’t have had to worry about any aluminum foil in the soil. Aluminum litter did not cover parts of the ground back at the time of the Dusky Demon.
If the Dusky Demon had come across a Musky during his lifetime, perhaps he would have ended his rodeo centered career. Perhaps he would have headed west, to the land where gold digging “fever” had seized the mind of so many California residents.
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