First nox 800 land digs…

K1DDO1979

Silver Member
Feb 8, 2014
3,827
8,497
Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia
🥇 Banner finds
2
🏆 Honorable Mentions:
1
Detector(s) used
Minelab equinox 800, Fisher F75 Ltd SE 2 & Fisher F2 with 11"DD
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
The ground is finally mostly thawed and I went out back to back evenings to some hard hit sites. I wanted to try out the new minelab equinox 800 I got and really put it to the test. I’ve got a lot to learn yet with it but so far I’m very impressed with the results. First trial it got was over the winter I got a silver coin on a ocean shoreline and now it’s also doing good so far on land. In total the best of the past two hunts I found a 1864 fatty Indian head penny, 1843 NS thistle half penny token, 1856 NS mayflower one penny token, a bell, a flat button , a 1907 Canadian one cent and a 1914 silent Canadian dime. The soil at these two sites are horrible on coppers so the conditions aren’t great at all. So far I’m very excited with the tests and now I hope to try it out eventually on some new untouched site this spring. Trouble now is I have to find the sites first! HaHa
Thanks for looking! 😁👍
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Scrounge Wanderer

Hero Member
Jan 1, 2022
526
1,738
Western Slope Colorado
Detector(s) used
Nokta Makro Anfibio Multi
Human Eyeball
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
The ground is finally mostly thawed and I went out back to back evenings to some hard hit sites. I wanted to try out the new minelab equinox 800 I got and really put it to the test. I’ve got a lot to learn yet with it but so far I’m very impressed with the results. First trial it got was over the winter I got a silver coin on a ocean shoreline and now it’s also doing good so far on land. In total the best of the past two hunts I found a 1864 fatty Indian head penny, 1843 NS thistle half penny token, 1856 NS mayflower one penny token, a bell, a flat button , a 1907 Canadian one cent and a 1914 silent Canadian dime. The soil at these two sites are horrible on coppers so the conditions aren’t great at all. So far I’m very excited with the tests and now I hope to try it out eventually on some new untouched site this spring. Trouble now is I have to find the sites first! HaHa
Thanks for looking! 😁👍 View attachment 2015901 View attachment 2015900 View attachment 2015902 View attachment 2015904 View attachment 2015903 View attachment 2015905 View attachment 2015906 View attachment 2015907 View attachment 2015908 View attachment 2015909 View attachment 2015910 View attachment 2015911 View attachment 2015912 View attachment 2015913 View attachment 2015914 View attachment 2015915 View attachment 2015916
Nice crotal bell!
 

Chilli

Hero Member
Feb 10, 2022
607
2,105
OZ
Detector(s) used
Xterra 705
Garrett 24k
The ground is finally mostly thawed and I went out back to back evenings to some hard hit sites. I wanted to try out the new minelab equinox 800 I got and really put it to the test. I’ve got a lot to learn yet with it but so far I’m very impressed with the results. First trial it got was over the winter I got a silver coin on a ocean shoreline and now it’s also doing good so far on land. In total the best of the past two hunts I found a 1864 fatty Indian head penny, 1843 NS thistle half penny token, 1856 NS mayflower one penny token, a bell, a flat button , a 1907 Canadian one cent and a 1914 silent Canadian dime. The soil at these two sites are horrible on coppers so the conditions aren’t great at all. So far I’m very excited with the tests and now I hope to try it out eventually on some new untouched site this spring. Trouble now is I have to find the sites first! HaHa
Thanks for looking! 😁👍 View attachment 2015901 View attachment 2015900 View attachment 2015902 View attachment 2015904 View attachment 2015903 View attachment 2015905 View attachment 2015906 View attachment 2015907 View attachment 2015908 View attachment 2015909 View attachment 2015910 View attachment 2015911 View attachment 2015912 View attachment 2015913 View attachment 2015914 View attachment 2015915 View attachment 2015916
Great finds. I hit an unshot 22 rat shot last week mowing our back yard. Bang! Thought my brand new mower was done. Thankfully not so.
Good finds for any new machine anywhere there, thumbs up 👍👍
 

Hunk-a-lead

Bronze Member
Dec 20, 2020
2,043
3,141
Kansas City
Detector(s) used
Nokta Legend, Garrett Carrot, Predator Phoenix Shovel, White's hand digger
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
The ground is finally mostly thawed and I went out back to back evenings to some hard hit sites. I wanted to try out the new minelab equinox 800 I got and really put it to the test. I’ve got a lot to learn yet with it but so far I’m very impressed with the results. First trial it got was over the winter I got a silver coin on a ocean shoreline and now it’s also doing good so far on land. In total the best of the past two hunts I found a 1864 fatty Indian head penny, 1843 NS thistle half penny token, 1856 NS mayflower one penny token, a bell, a flat button , a 1907 Canadian one cent and a 1914 silent Canadian dime. The soil at these two sites are horrible on coppers so the conditions aren’t great at all. So far I’m very excited with the tests and now I hope to try it out eventually on some new untouched site this spring. Trouble now is I have to find the sites first! HaHa
Thanks for looking! 😁👍 View attachment 2015901 View attachment 2015900 View attachment 2015902 View attachment 2015904 View attachment 2015903 View attachment 2015905 View attachment 2015906 View attachment 2015907 View attachment 2015908 View attachment 2015909 View attachment 2015910 View attachment 2015911 View attachment 2015912 View attachment 2015913 View attachment 2015914 View attachment 2015915 View attachment 2015916
such cool finds and excellent pictures. looks like the nox is earning her stripes. Love that silver and all the great saves, wtg
 

Digger RJ

Gold Member
Aug 24, 2017
14,834
25,694
SW Missouri/Oklahoma
🥇 Banner finds
1
🏆 Honorable Mentions:
2
Detector(s) used
Minelab CTX 3030; Minelab Equinox 800;
XP Deus 2
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
The ground is finally mostly thawed and I went out back to back evenings to some hard hit sites. I wanted to try out the new minelab equinox 800 I got and really put it to the test. I’ve got a lot to learn yet with it but so far I’m very impressed with the results. First trial it got was over the winter I got a silver coin on a ocean shoreline and now it’s also doing good so far on land. In total the best of the past two hunts I found a 1864 fatty Indian head penny, 1843 NS thistle half penny token, 1856 NS mayflower one penny token, a bell, a flat button , a 1907 Canadian one cent and a 1914 silent Canadian dime. The soil at these two sites are horrible on coppers so the conditions aren’t great at all. So far I’m very excited with the tests and now I hope to try it out eventually on some new untouched site this spring. Trouble now is I have to find the sites first! HaHa
Thanks for looking! 😁👍 View attachment 2015901 View attachment 2015900 View attachment 2015902 View attachment 2015904 View attachment 2015903 View attachment 2015905 View attachment 2015906 View attachment 2015907 View attachment 2015908 View attachment 2015909 View attachment 2015910 View attachment 2015911 View attachment 2015912 View attachment 2015913 View attachment 2015914 View attachment 2015915 View attachment 2015916
Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 

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