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Thread: 5.4 oz Gold Nugget Test Finale - Garrett ATX vs Minelab GPX 5000

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    Medford, Oregon
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    5.4 oz Gold Nugget Test Finale - Garrett ATX vs Minelab GPX 5000


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    Feb 2012
    Prather CA
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    Bearkat

    Have watched all your videos with the ATX, I know that some are disgruntled with the results and the test parameters, but I would like to thank you for taking the time to give us a unbiased comparison. Good health and good hunting
    "The most inspiring thing about gold, is not the value, but under magnification, the true beauty of each piece. They are truly like snowflakes that never melt." Oakview2 Fly EAGLE Fly......

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    Dec 2013
    California
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    Thank You for the video

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    While watching this video Al I was hoping you would think about sticking the discrimination to max so we could see if the signal changes. That might be too deep a target, but if you ever have that nugget out there again, bury it at 10 inches or so, do the max disc and let's see what happens to the signal. Thanks again...

    Jim.
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    Yea Jim I think I had a brain fart out there. I should have done what you mentioned and also I should have switched that GPX 5000 in fine gold to see the signal get degraded a lot, as well as in enhanced mode. I might do one more ATX - GPX for an encore, Lol.

    Coming soon, the silver nugget test with just the ATX!

    Alan
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    Honorary Member of the Central Alabama Artifact Society (C.A.A.S)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearkat View Post
    Yea Jim I think I had a brain fart out there. I should have done what you mentioned and also I should have switched that GPX 5000 in fine gold to see the signal get degraded a lot, as well as in enhanced mode. I might do one more ATX - GPX for an encore, Lol.

    Coming soon, the silver nugget test with just the ATX!

    Alan
    Looking forward to that test. Say have you done a similar depth test but against the Infinium? Not suggesting you do that at all, just curious if you ever have... with that big gold piece... similar to lots of our silver in size... it made me think about it, that's all.

    Jim.
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    us
    Aug 2007
    Medford, Oregon
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    Yea; I have that on my list also to test against the Infinium......justneed the snow to go away! I do know from using my Infinium that it got a nickle at 11-11.5" and the ATX hit a nickle, with room to spare, at 15"...I'm guessing it would be similar results with the big nugget.

    BK
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    Alberta
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    Metal detecting for gold and Surface Suction Sluicing, AKA Triple-S mining.
    Thanks for your efforts Al. I enjoyed the videos.

    Thanks as well for your time spent in shooting the videos and for your obvious expenses incurred while making them.

    You have the heart to investigate, and the mind to be inquisitive--both admirable.

    All the best,

    Lanny
    Nothin' quite as fun as chasin' sassy gold! http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/me...mysteries.html

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    us
    Aug 2007
    Medford, Oregon
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    Thanks guy for the nice words... Thats all I need to keep me doing more videos! (when the snow melts)

    BK


 

 

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