A 3 x 8 Cement Box of Gold and a 23" PI Coil
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    A 3' x 8' Cement Box of Gold and a 23" PI Coil

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    Last edited by tseek7; Feb 07, 2020 at 12:26 PM.

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    no. you need a LOT of education on the hows and why of metal detectors.
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    The answer is no. Gold does not give off a "halo" like iron and brass will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tseek7 View Post
    That's what I'm doing, asking a question to get an answer. Isn't that seeking an education? Lol, what a jerk...

    Metal detectors of this type are nearly worthless for deep targets. So I don't really focus on them that much at all. Anyway thanks for the reply. I can see it made you feel better about yourself so I'm all for it.
    Why dont you just use your LRL. that thing should pic up a gnats ass of gold at 5 miles.
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