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  1. Gent's First Day Thoughts Video- Equinox 800

    EQUINOX for beach and water hunting https://www.minelab.com/go-minelabbing/treasure-talk/equinox-for-beach-and-water-hunting
  2. Equinox 800 Park Hunt Video

    Both clad dimes flickered between 25-26, exactly the same way. I find that interesting. The TID on a shallow target should be rock solid (according to all we have read). Therefore, I think that Minelab may have calibrated the clad dime to fall BETWEEN 25-26. Steve H. are you at liberty to scan a clad dime and see if that is true? btw, if they can calibrate a target to fall between two numbers then the 40 points may theoretically be 80. If I saw a flickering 25-26 every time, that would excite me! I don't know for sure what the silver dime TID is (I think it may be 26-27). Assuming the 26 being the median, If it falls 26-25 it's clad, if it tips 26-27 it's silver (I'm guessing).
  3. Hitler Upset At Minelab

    Back by popular demand..Part 2!
  4. Hi Steve, Lot of interesting discussion here. I have a question about using the notch (whether or not you are allowed to answer yet I don't know). You said, "The target id on this thing has hair splitting accuracy and stability with solid id locks on all but borderline targets." That statement made me think about notching. Can the Equinox notch out a single number (as opposed to two or three in sequence). What is the minimum notch you can do? Thank you. Rich
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