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    Quartz vein detector

    Hello, what do you think of gold-hunting devices such as the Titan Ger 1000 or similar? They are expensive. I wonder if such a detector can show a quartz vein with gold 30 feet deep in the ground? What do you think about that?
    Greetings from Poland.
    Philip

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    Buy a bakers dozen and let us know how that works out for you !!! Make sure that bakers dozen are cookies because that creature your talking about wont see 3 inches more less 30 FEEEET !!! LoL
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    Quote Originally Posted by silesia View Post
    Hello, what do you think of gold-hunting devices such as the Titan Ger 1000 or similar? They are expensive. I wonder if such a detector can show a quartz vein with gold 30 feet deep in the ground? What do you think about that?
    Greetings from Poland.
    Philip
    Instead of reading the ad, get the manufacturer to demonstrate the product. Hmm, made in Germany. Not too far from Poland. RESEARCH the product before buying! Some of the remarks should point you in the right direction. ╦╦
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    Finding gold requires considerable effort. if it could be found easily, regardless of the cost, don't you think all the people who could easily afford that device would have bought it and found all the gold? think about it.
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    I know.
    Of course, finding gold is not easy and you need a lot of luck.
    I am very lucky. I also have a good place. I'm trying to do digging, drilling but I also want to try modern methods. There are many advertised equipment for exploration and very often old miners ridicule this equipment saying that the best methods for gold mining are old methods. I understand them but I also know that bulbs have not come up with candle manufacturers.
    I have written to the manufacturer from Germany or can rent Titan Ger 1000.
    I'll wait and see what they answer.
    I thought maybe someone in the US would use similar equipment and be able to provide information about it.
    I attach photos of my findings.
    Regards
    Philip
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    The company selling that Titan Ger 1000 will now require that pile of gold to purchase the detecting future !!! LoL

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    If there are good new technologies out there a little time clicking on youtube will show you whats available lol.
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    I think the product mentioned is a scam. I live near the biggest gold mine in North America. To explore, they drill a core sample and then fire assay the sample. Anglo Gold knows how to mine.
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    It could be simple as buying a gold Bug 2 and learning it, this machine will chase gold/quartz veins no problem, With the 6x3 coil attached. I have some friends that are pocket hunters and they have found many a gold vein using a GB2.
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