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Gmx Can Slam A 1.2 Ounce Yellow 14k Chain At Almost 7 "

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I tested a heavy type chain like the one Againstmywill  showed in the  jewelry(maybe a little thicker)  section called( chain numbers).I tested the Gmx and it just slammed it  with a solid 96 number which I think is a upaverage since nox gives it a 4 when I lay it on the ground. I could raise coil over 5"and still get it.Maybe we should not pass penny hits with this machine.I used 6' coil on this test which is buried in dry dirt.

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I  tried the Nox in park1sens.20    iron bias at f2-7, ground balance at4 and it slammed it to with  the 11'' coil with at least 5inches to spare with solid numbers of mostly 4 with some 3 and  5 numbers mixed in.You can coin hunt with this machine and get this chain no problem with good id numbers at depth.

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I tried the  4by6 dd coil  on the Gmx and it hit the chain good  too but the id was low-high  wrap around numbers . 

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