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    Newbie here in Southeastern Az...

    I've been outdoors most my life. My relatives have be into finding gold since I was young but I never got much into it till now. Saving up to get my first metal detector. I would like one that's all around good for finding gold and coins ect...Any suggetions?

    Also would like to meet like minded people in the area who hunt gold and stuff...

    Thanks
    Sean

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    Welcome to Tnet, oox.


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    Thanks

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    Welcome

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    Thanks. Any advice for a newbie?

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    I am in north eastern Az live off grid in a remote area welcome on board what part of southern AZ do you live

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    Nice to meet you. Graham county

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    Quote Originally Posted by ooxdreddx View Post
    Saving up to get my first metal detector. I would like one that's all around good for finding gold and coins ect...Any suggetions?



    Thanks
    Sean

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    The X TERRA 705 is a great all around detector and at under $500 is a great buy rite now have been using one since 08 or 09 and have never felt the need to up grade
    Last edited by oldkoot; Dec 07, 2017 at 10:11 PM.

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    Oh nice. Thanks. I will check it out. My dad has a bounty hunter tracker iv and he is happy with it. I've never seen him find gold with it tho

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    Welcome ooxdreddx! I have a few BH detectors and although they work pretty good for coins (which they are made for) they donít have a low enough frequency for much gold unless its above a gram. I would suggest investing in a Fischer Gold bug M-scope or Gold Bug 2. A little higher in price and more technical to operate, but with the M-scopes 19Khz freq or the Bug 2 at 74Khz you just miss that gold! M-scope can be found for under $300 and Bug 2 around $500- just seen one on E-bay go for $510. Minelabs Goldmonster 1000 is another great choice at about 14 Khz. Happy hunting

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    Iím actually vacationing here in AZ for 6 days looking at spending time on some GPAA claims in the Prescott and Wickenberg area with my M-scope hoping for some yellow!!

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    Thanks so much! Good luck out there and take care.

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    ooxdreddx if you are ever going to be in the Snowflake area feel free to pm me for my number and we can meet up and I will take you out on my property to detect i have 40 acres we can detect cant guarantee we will find anything but you never know

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    Sounds like an adventure! If I make it up there sometime, I will definitely let you know.

 

 
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