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    "Dew" Meeker

    Mar 2006
    Gulf Coast, Fl
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    Ive got a couple of days on a detector as well. My intention was to put out info he may not be aware of not sell you a machine Scott. I do my research as well because prying the money out of my hands ain’t easy either lol.
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    The east coasters just dont know the struggle of the black sand! Even with my ctx it turns into a dig all detector when in thick black sand if it's more than a couple inches deep, and that's listening for the faintessed chirps above all the ground noise. I wish I could afford a PI machine for these for winter hunting, those fallen down sandunes is where it's at but it's all pure black lol
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    Scott

    Mar 2013
    huntington beach ca
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    I went to sunset Beach yesterday, I actually did find a zirconium ring but very little else, maybe 60 some odd cents. The sand had been piled up along with lots of debris but the black sand was just gnarly in some spots. Had to swing the detector 3 to 4 inches off of the sand to keep it from falsing. I had a Garrett Sea Hunter Mark 2 that I used to use at sunset Beach, but traded it off with a makro multi kruzer to get my CZ 21. I sure wouldn't mind having the pi machine back for no other purpose than to hunt sunset Beach but I am still happy with the decision I made to trade it off for the CZ21. I now have a detector I can take to a freshwater Beach, a saltwater Beach or the park. Yes I take my CZ 21 to the park to hunt. I guess I'm going to have to wait till the end of summer with hopes of grabbing a couple of gold rings to replace the PI machine.

 

 
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