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    Oh well fellows, I'm not in the market for a new gold detector at the present time either. But I do enjoy reading different opinions on the latest market offerings. I see nothing disrespectful or even disagreeable about any of these posts.

    I also have a lot of respect and genuine liking for the guys on this forum. Terry Soloman is an experienced, highly successful nugget hunter. He is, and has always been forthright about expressing his views. I admire his willingness to step up to the plate and say what he thinks. We all realize that as a group we are not always going to be fully in agreement with everything that is said here. And that's fine, different strokes for different folks!!!

    Jim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Hemmingway View Post
    Oh well fellows, I'm not in the market for a new gold detector at the present time either. But I do enjoy reading different opinions on the latest market offerings. I see nothing disrespectful or even disagreeable about any of these posts.

    I also have a lot of respect and genuine liking for the guys on this forum. Terry Soloman is an experienced, highly successful nugget hunter. He is, and has always been forthright about expressing his views. I admire his willingness to step up to the plate and say what he thinks. We all realize that as a group we are not always going to be fully in agreement with everything that is said here. And that's fine, different strokes for different folks!!!

    Jim.
    Yup, Jim, if we didn't disagree, there'd only be one detector made and sold!...LOL
    Jim

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    This net is world-wide. No one can expect all will have the same likes. The detectors available are as varied as the uses for them. That is how it should be. The competition is keen. And that is also how it should be. TTC
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    How in heck are we going to have a fight if all you guys are going to be so reasonable?.....LOL
    Jim

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    I have a friend up in Nevada that is a long time pro using the GB2, he bought a GM1000 when they came out, he says its great. Does the job well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MXT SNIPER View Post
    I have a friend up in Nevada that is a long time pro using the GB2, he bought a GM1000 when they came out, he says its great. Does the job well.
    That's great to know as my wife will be using one this season, so it's always great to have feedback (first or second-hand) about someone that was a longtime GB2 user.

    Thanks for the input, and as for the discussion about the detectors, I've always found that people have opinions, and I respect that. I also respect that it's OK to agree to disagree and that no offence needs to be taken because of that. However, some people have a hard time with that, but that's their problem: at some point, people have to own their issues, and some never do. So, I'm glad people on this forum are reasonable with their responses, which makes this such a great forum.

    All the best,

    Lanny
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    YES! They were tested side by side at Bill Southern's Nuggetshooter Palooza at Jackass Flats a few months ago. The "new" Whites is simply a repackaged GMT. Very capable, but nothing new. The Goldmonster kick its butt on depth, and sensitivity to small nuggletts. The microprocessor in the 1000 is NEW and changes the game. Apples and Oranges.


    I had a feeling that this was the case with the 24K. I noticed that the VSAT was more compressed with fewer settings, and the digital display is very simple with a lot of graphics instead of information. I was going to buy one since they aren't very expensive, but when I found out that the coils are specific the the 24K and I couldn't use my GMT coils, I pretty much nixed that idea. I got the Makro Gold Kruzer last year, and I'm very happy with it. The amount of information and options available on the Gold Kruzer is amazing.

 

 
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