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    • By Mike_Hillis
      I'm in a bad way.....when I can't detect I look at detectors and when I look at detectors I end up buying detectors.
      Now I've got an Xterra 705 on the way.    I told my wife I was buying something light weight for her.....we will see if she remembers and gives me the normal big eye roll when it shows up at the door or a chewing out.    She does like to detect, so it will be a fresh air outing, even if we don't detect very long or find anything.
      Not always been a fan of the Xterra but it will do what I want it to do, which is give me a nice powerful all metal mode with a iron mask option.
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      Mike
       
    • By Tony
      With all this talk about the GPX 6000, I’m staying with my retro detectors. I’ve found teeny ones at depth and bigger ones that took an hour to dig out. Picked up these machines from a retired detecting couple who had them as backups.....they were “new in box”. Totally unmodified except for the external tune pot on the 2100 and regulated power supply. Hooked up to the legendary light weight 18” mono Kevlar coils makes a formidable nugget hunter......no bungee required. Two detectors and six coils for 1/4 the price of the 6000. Then again, my 70 Series Landcruiser has a manual gearbox and you have to wind the windows down by hand 👍
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    • By Steve Herschbach
      Minelab 2013 full color catalog, 10.19 MB pdf file, 48 pages
      Minelab Metal Detector Forum
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      Minelab 2011 full color catalog, 14.6 MB pdf file, 48 pages
      Minelab Metal Detector Forum
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      Minelab 2006 full color catalog, 4.94 MB pdf file, 18 pages
      Minelab Metal Detector Forum
       
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