- Mar 20, 2013
- Detector(s) used
- Bounty Hunter VLF/TR 840, Tesoro Tejon, Bounty Hunter Time Ranger, Fisher 1225,1260,1265,1266,1270X, Garrett Freedom Ace CDC, MP Series MP5 Pro, Garrett Coin Hunter TR Disc. (1978), Mikron NRG-110, De
- Primary Interest:
- All Treasure Hunting
Hello, I have a Mikron NRG-110 from Sophia, Bulgaria. It air-tests 16" +/- on a quarter (appx. T2 territory). As with (any) machine though, actual ground depth will vary depending on soil conditions, manual GB settings (which also effects the threshold and sensitivity on this machine) and operator skill. If anyone thinks a Fisher 1266X is "chatty", try this machine. You are in for a (very) noisy experience if you're around a lot of trash. But just slow down, take your time, and get into a 'not-so-trashy' area. Low-to-high tone usually indicates iron. Solid low tone usually indicates foil or steel bottle caps. A mostly solid high tone with a tenth of a second low tick usually means you have a dime, penny, nickel, quarter, half, aluminum p'tab, or some other non-ferrous target. You'll be amazed at what this baby can find and at great depths too. So has anyone used one? If so, I'd like to hear about your results out there in the hunting grounds. Anyone had any success with one of these?