Equinox identifying trash issue - Page 7
Welcome guest, is this your first visit?
Page 7 of 7 FirstFirst ... 567
Results 91 to 95 of 95
Like Tree304Likes

Thread: Equinox identifying trash issue

« Prev Thread | Next Thread »
  1. #91
    Charter Member

    Feb 2017
    4227 times
    Metal Detecting
    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    The deepest signal I ever got was 7' under ground with a standard VLF machine.

    A natural gas pipeline! Survey plots show it's 7' down there. I have to remind myself to tell guests where it is. A few folks have found silvers and minie balls (from two different time frames) on TOP of the pipeline! Place is deeply plowed and stuff gets moved around all the time.
    I take it your soil is a tad hot where you are?

  2. #92
    Mar 2019
    Half way Between Perry and Owosso Michigan
    Fisher 1210 , Tesoro Golden Sabre , CZ5 , Equinox 800
    113 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    I posted this once before. I was on a club dig. Place had been hit by 20 folks for two outings. This was the third, I had missed the first two. I had a "funny sounding" aluminum can signal on the Deus, well, it sounded "funny". The big aluminum almost always has a distinct "echo" to it. This sounded almost the same. Almost. It lacked some of the echo.

    There were a bunch of footprints on it and around it. It was a Rev War belt plate! The way the Deus is set up I almost never dig trash. I do dig some iron deliberately, and got a busted civil war curry comb Saturday, but knew it was iron before it came out of the ground. The one thing the Deus can get confused with is a civil war brass button and a shotgun base, as both are about the same size, weight, and density.

    And on another note, this winter has been very bad on the arthritis thing. I haven't dug much at all, and also because I can't get anyone off their couches to go with me and my gold coin and confederate buckle spot is THAWED at the moment.

    My hunt lasted 3 pitiful miserable hours on Saturday and my knees are still toast! And I fell down once and went boom on Saturday. Danged roots and vines!
    Smokey ,
    If you lived just a tad bit closer I'd get off my couch - Im here in Michigan

  3. #93

    Oct 2015
    878 times
    Metal Detecting
    Quote Originally Posted by Donut View Post
    What settings,
    There are many things that come into play.
    We’ve all gone over a good target and missed it.

    Hi Doug- yea I know. This is from years of trying everything. Garret Gti, Ace, At Pro, Minelab Ctx, Equinox, all with numerous coil sizes.

    It’s my soil- not the user. I built an extensive test bed with all sorts of targets, flat, edge, co-mingled, etc- nada at 6 inch.

    But keep an eye on my yard find list in my sig. It will be going up soon.
    Coins I have found in MY yard-

    1775 British half penny, 178x half penny, 1816 Spanish 1/2 Reale, 1849 large cent, 1858 Seated Liberty quarter, 1892 Barber quarter, 18xx Shield nickel, 1897 Liberty head V nickel, a pile of Indian cents & Wheat pennies, 1946 dime, 1963 half dollar.

    Atari Token

  4. #94
    Jan 2010
    Coloma, Michigan
    Xterra 70 6" 7.5khz concentric 9" 7.5Khz concentric, 5x10 18.75Khz DD, 10.5 18.75Khz DD.
    231 times
    Just a thought to keep in mind. Is a 6” or 11” coils actually the covering area. What I’m trying to say is they are DD coils and if the swing is not dead center from front to back you will easily loose depths and even target loss. If you are off even an inch from front to back over the target it can make a big difference.
    I’m guess every swing we make is not the same as previous swing. Are we exactly over the target. The deeper the target the more precise we have to be over the target. That is why sometimes we hit a target and can’t find it. In a test bed each is good and you know which angl the coin is placed so if it’s deep and you swing across it even at 10 20 degrees of being off things will change enough we a
    can miss them. When it’s close to the surface the detectors will sing.
    we will never be perfect ever time. So just enjoy detecting.
    Coloma, Michigan, South West lower Michigan.Just east of St,
    Joseph Mi, 12 miles

    Equinox 800 11, 6 coil
    Steve’s Carbon fiber shaft with counter weight.
    Xterra 70

  5. #95
    Charter Member
    Nov 2012
    XP Deus, Tesoro Cibola, Full sized shovel and a backhoe
    29795 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (8)
    Honorable Mentions (1)
    Found the thread resurrected. The soil where the pipeline is happens to be very hot. I found a barber dime standing on edge "cemented" to a dirt clod on top of the ground about 10 days ago, something like that, and it was a marginal target. A yes, dig me target, but not the BAM you would expect from silver.


Page 7 of 7 FirstFirst ... 567

Sponsored Links

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts

Similar Threads

  1. Trash, coins and a steel spike? And Excal II issue...
    By Terry In Florida in forum Beach and Shallow Water
    Replies: 17
    Last Post: Nov 01, 2019, 09:23 PM
  2. Equinox picks through the trash
    By ZR2guy in forum Equinox
    Replies: 15
    Last Post: Nov 18, 2018, 11:58 AM
  3. SHOCKING Equinox issue!
    By Minelab Matt in forum Equinox
    Replies: 42
    Last Post: Jul 01, 2018, 08:55 PM
  4. Equinox Noise Chatter Issue - FYI
    By eman1000 in forum Equinox
    Replies: 6
    Last Post: Mar 26, 2018, 11:23 AM
  5. I heart trash. A testiment to the Equinox.
    By Echoplex in forum Equinox
    Replies: 11
    Last Post: Mar 19, 2018, 04:18 PM

Tags for this Thread

Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v4.3.0