Long Range Gold Locator | Does it Really Work?

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Some treasure hunters who are searching for large buried cache of treasures are actually using "long range gold locator" (LRL) tool. This is actually a type of metal detector which claims that it can locate various hidden targets such as lost items, buried gold, corpse of a dead person and etc... Although, there isn't any scientific proofs that can prove if it really works.

Majority of treasure hunters find that long range gold locators simply doesn't work for them. Actually, even myself owns several long range locator tools but I find them not working for me. It just doesn't work despite of several actual tests that I already performed.

Long Range Locator L Rod Dowsing Tool


The most common LRL tool is the "L Rod Dowsing" gold detector. Traditional L Rod dowsing tool simply consists of two separate rods that forms like an "L", hence the name "L Rod".

To use an L Rod dowsing tool, the operator must hold the shorter bent portion of the rod like a gun. The rods must be held not so tight where the pointers should be able to rotate freely. Do not walk while detecting. It is important to stay and stand still on one spot before performing detection.

The pointer of the L Rod will indicate which direction to follow. Thus, the operator must follow the directions until to the point that the two rods will intersect with one another. If this happens, it means that the target is right under or beneath the operator's spot.

Other than the L Rod dowsing tool, there are actually a lot more other designs with different methods on how to use them. Regardless of their designs, they are all based on the same concept in detecting a certain target.

Improvised Long Range Locators


Today, a lot of improvised long range locators are being introduced in the market. They are now equipped with electronic circuitry where manufacturers claims that it improves the accuracy of the tool.

Common explanation to the improvement of the tool is that, the device operate at a certain resonant frequency. Through the antenna or probe, an electromagnetic signal is being emitted which will in turn act like a magnet that gets attracted into the target object.

And just like the traditional method of operating a dowsing tool, simply follow the directions where the strongest signal is being picked-up by the LRL device.

Most Controversial Issue About Long Range Locators


The most controversial issue that came out against long range locators is the challenge of Mr. Carl from Geotech to all LRL operators. This challenge is that, the LRL operators must find the buried target object on a certain area.

Mr. Carl will be the one who will bury the item. Then, the LRL operator will be taken into the area to locate it.

The reward is actually a gold bar and it will be the price given to the one who can locate it using his or her LRL detector.

Unfortunately, no one has ever attempted on the challenge because nobody wanted to accept his conditions. Thus, I think that the challenge is still up and perhaps it will only be over once somebody is able to claim the prize.

Overall, there are still some people who claims that long range gold locators are working great for them. There are also many interesting stories from my friends about this type of tool that aided them in their search of buried treasures. And the best part, LRLs are the cheapest detectors for treasure hunters that are available in the market.