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  1. #21
    us
    Mar 2012
    knoxville Illinois
    Etrac
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    Metal Detecting
    The learning curve on the Etrac just about drove me nuts !! On more than one occasion I wanted to wrap the thing around the tree. Had some good help along the way from a friend that already owned an Etrac and has always used Minelab detectors. Thinking I may have finally figured this thing out.

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  3. #22
    us
    May 2012
    PA
    Minelab Safari, Garrett ACE 250, Garrett Pro Pointer, Lesche Digger
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    Metal Detecting
    Quote Originally Posted by DigImust View Post
    If a fellow Etrac user's opinion counts for anything, the success you are experiencing is directly attributable to the machine you are using.

    Hmmmm....Let's see.....Where to start...No I better not, I'm coming off a two-day suspension from T-net for my other comments....

    But you see a guy could have a lot of fun with the Etrac post above

  4. #23

    Oct 2005
    XLT, Whites D.F., Treasure Baron, Deepstar, Goldquest, Beachscan, T.D.I., Sovereign, 2x Nautilus, various Arado's, Ixcus Diver, Altek Quadtone, T2, Beach Hunter I.D, GS 5 pulse, Searchman 2 ,V3i
    1,582
    107 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    If you created a test bed you can see what is true. Use Presets, or where a set size of nail or foil is just knocked out, so the detector is set exactly the same for each test. Note best depths in drought conditions, normal weather and wet. Most detectors do not like very (bone) dry ground but waterlogged conditions also can have a negative effect. Slightly damp seems best and modern technology doesn't seem to have changed anything. In very dry ground some of the older (pre motion) detectors operating down at the one kHz level seemed to suffer less depth loss in the dry but they were none discriminators which is another factor to consider.

  5. #24
    us
    Mar 2010
    Florida
    ACE 250,AT PRO, CZ21...RTG pro scoop...Stealth 720
    4,169
    1778 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Honorable Mentions (1)
    Seems like my machines work better in moist ground.

  6. #25
    us
    Aug 2007
    Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
    White's Vision, White's 6000DI Pro
    1,924
    37 times
    My deepest coin find was in soggy wet ground with standing water.....just sayin...
    Never really paid much attention because I have a tendancy not to detect when it's bone dry ground....unless I'm out in the woods in the middle of nowhere...and I find very few coins..mostly looking for relics that are big anyhow.

    Al
    I think...therefore I am.

 

 
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