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  1. #1

    Mar 2008
    Chautauqua County, New York
    White's Spectrum XLT w/Sun Ray Invader XL-1 probe, Garrett AT Pro & Garrett Pro-Pointer
    55
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Chautauqua / Jamestown NY

    Hello I live in Chautauqua County and am looking for any fellow MD in the Jamestown area.

    Haven't hunted alot but am looking for a person or spot to hunt at/with this summer. Or just say hello and share a story.

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  3. #2
    us
    Best find 1817 Large Cent

    Dec 2006
    Chittenango, NY
    White's DFX 300 Sunray DX-1 probe/ XLT Sunray XL-1 probe
    751
    7 times

    Re: Chautauqua / Jamestown NY

    Hello fellow treasure hunter

    I live in central New York near Syracuse,
    currently researching new sites for the year as well.
    2009 was a real slow year metal detecting for me and I did not get out much.
    I am hoping this year will be more like 2008.

    Good luck this year!

    HH,
    Donny
    "All I ask for are back roads lined with cellar holes and a Prius to drive them with."

  4. #3

    Mar 2008
    Chautauqua County, New York
    White's Spectrum XLT w/Sun Ray Invader XL-1 probe, Garrett AT Pro & Garrett Pro-Pointer
    55
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Chautauqua / Jamestown NY

    Thanks Donny I hope you have good year also
    I didn't get out much last year either as I was busy putting an addition on my house. I'm finishing up the interior right now. My plan is to put a deck on it in the spring which should give me the rest of the summer to swing the loop. Just waiting for the snow to melt. Not bad though only have about a foot left and the forecast for the next few days should take care of most of it

    I see you use the sun ray probe for your XLT. How do you like it? I am thinking of getting one as they look very convenient. I have a handheld I keep in my pouch but sometimes it seems like extra baggage. I have to have a pinpointer though. I'll turn around and gone back home if I've forgotten it.

    Good luck this year and I 'm sure your research will pay off !!

  5. #4
    us
    Best find 1817 Large Cent

    Dec 2006
    Chittenango, NY
    White's DFX 300 Sunray DX-1 probe/ XLT Sunray XL-1 probe
    751
    7 times

    Re: Chautauqua / Jamestown NY

    Quote Originally Posted by silvestor


    I see you use the sun ray probe for your XLT. How do you like it? I am thinking of getting one as they look very convenient. I have a handheld I keep in my pouch but sometimes it seems like extra baggage. I have to have a pinpointer though. I'll turn around and gone back home if I've forgotten it.

    It was the same when I bought the DFX 300. It felt like something was missing when I was using it for the first time. I had been using the Sunray on the XLT for so long that I don't feel right if I use a detector without one. I got one for the DFX too as soon as I could
    Picture this: You get a signal that sounds junky, but you think there may be something good in there.
    You flip the plug and crap! The hole is full of rusty nails.
    Flipping the switch on you Sunray from coil to probe, you unclip the probe from your detector and poke it around in the dirt and nails. Amongst all the iron readings you hear something positive.
    In a few seconds you narrow the signal down to a wheat penny mixed in with the nails. Under part of my yard, there are buried ash pits from the 1950s filled with rusty objects and the odd coin here and there. So I know the Sunray is a big help and really works. Expect between 2-4 inches detection depth and being able to use the same program your detector is using with the probe!
    It is really just like having a 1 inch coil you can flip a switch to at will.
    In my opinion if you can afford it, get it.

    HH,
    Donny
    "All I ask for are back roads lined with cellar holes and a Prius to drive them with."

  6. #5

    Mar 2008
    Chautauqua County, New York
    White's Spectrum XLT w/Sun Ray Invader XL-1 probe, Garrett AT Pro & Garrett Pro-Pointer
    55
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Chautauqua / Jamestown NY

    Thanks Donny

    I will definitely be getting one Just a matter of getting the money. Been looking on eBay and the classifieds here. I'll buy a used one if I can get a really good deal or trade.

    Thanks again and HH

  7. #6
    us
    May 2010
    10

    Re: Chautauqua / Jamestown NY

    I am originally from Chautauqua County and still make it out there every once in a while, currently up near Syracuse.

 

 

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