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  1. #1

    Apr 2007
    montreal, Canada
    Ace 250
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    Help gtp 1350

    Im looking at buying a gtp 1350 a step up from the Ace 250.
    Is the gtp 1350 good on dry and wet sand at salt water beaches and
    in very black sand.

    Thanks Wayne
    Aceman 250

  2. #2

    Mar 2005
    Canada
    Garrett- Master Hunter CX,Infinium, 1350, 2500, ACE 150-water converted 250, GTA 500,1500 Scorpion, AT Pro
    2,380
    490 times

    Re: Help gtp 1350

    As with all single frequency detectors, the dry sand hunting should be OK, but the wet salted sand and high mineralized soil might pose a problem for you. You will still be able to hunt, but will lose some depth.

    You may want to review (if you haven't read this) frequency/metal detectors. Click below:

    http://www.garrett.com/hobby/techsup.../frequency.pdf
    Wife + 4 kids (no grandkids yet)Orthopedics RN, photagraphy,writer, build electronic gizmos, previous hot air balloon pilot, coin collector for 40 years.

    "METAL DETECTING IS A HOBBY AND HOBBIES ARE MEANT TO BE ENJOYED"

  3. #3
    us
    Aug 2007
    Lacey, WA
    Gold Bug 2 and Teknetics T2
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    Re: Help gtp 1350

    I've used one on the beach of a fresh water lake with no problem. It also has a salt setting if I remember correctly.
    SFC in the Army, back in Washington
    Remember a gold pan is like marijuana, the gate way drug to an 8 inch dredge!

 

 

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