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    • By Steve Herschbach
      Several U.S. dealers are advertising a free GPZ 19 coil with GPZ 7000 purchases though 4/15. I have not been able to find this on the Minelab website so maybe U.S. only? So there is the forum "mission". Is this promotion good in Australia and the U.K. etc. or just something out of Minelab USA?

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    • By PG-Prospecting
      Hello all - 
      Going back and reading some of Steve's Journal posts on the GPZ, has got me wondering if the GPZ would be the best bet for finding gold in my area (Virginia).  
      I currently hunt with a GPX4800 but have yet to have success with it.  I do extensive research and find areas that have produced large gold in the past, and i use lidar to figure out the vein trends  that the old timers were working, and in a number of locations i find large course gold, and specimens dredging.  But for the life of me, I have not been able to get a nugget with the GPX.  When im out detecting i find plenty of buck, shot, bird shot, small pieces of old square nail and other things that tell me if there detectable gold for the gpx id hear it.  
      I wonder if the thickness of leaf mat (1-2 inches) plus the thickness of topsoil (1-6 inches) is just putting the gold out of reach of the gpx, that plus the course nature of a lot of the gold in VA.  
      Seeing what the GPZ is capable of in regards to detecting small gold at depth is what impresses me the most about it, and i think it is that ability that would give me the best chance of finding gold here in VA.  The soil here ranges from mild to fairly hot.  The biggest interference issue would probably come from EMI since civilization is never far from any location.  
      Im interested in what everyone here thinks, especially people who have experience with the GPZ and conditions similar to mine.  
      Thanks everyone!  
    • By longhn
      I am new here. Want to buy a GPZ 7000, but also want to wait until the next model of GPZ technology coming out. It would feel horrible to buy GPZ 7000, and new model come out in half a year. 
      So does anyone know or hear anything about when new GPZ metal detector will come out?
      Thanks a great deal.
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