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3 hours ago, AussieMatt said:

It definitely doesn't sound right.

I'm a coil scrubber, although only lightly compared to some, & I'm not having that problem or any other touch/bump sensitivity problems.

The only time I've experienced false type signals has been when on a bit of a slope & I've inadvertently lifted, lowered or swept the coil too quickly. Settles as soon as I've got better coil control again. It's happened with other machines too in particular the SDC.

So, you scrub your coil a bit and your 6000 does not bounce the threshold off the moon?

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The 6000 does what the 5000 can do depth wise on larger gold even slightly better, but what’s the point of providing it that way to the market when there is already something much better out there for

Minelab is basically just trying to create their own social media. That's what "detexperts" are, and that's why they are choosing their own no-name relic hunting channels to give exclusive looks into

I think these pictures sum up the GPX 6000 very concisely and also how I feel about those people who continue to suggest my input is biased or just marketing hype!! Tiny piece at stupid depth for

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21 hours ago, Gone Bush said:

So, you scrub your coil a bit and your 6000 does not bounce the threshold off the moon?

Yep that's correct.

I see in another thread yours seemed better today?

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17 minutes ago, AussieMatt said:

Yep that's correct.

I see in another thread yours seemed better today?

Yes, after a reset and a play.
Ground was not covered in iron stone pebbles today.
Definitely PEWOLOE me thinks.

Learn something new every day! 

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JP, Steve, me and very many other folks pay close attention to your post and appreciate what you have to say. I have been helped a great deal by what you both have to say. Please keep posting as there are many more who do respect your observations than do not. 

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On 4/19/2021 at 2:00 AM, afreakofnature said:

Well let me add this. Most people who use an adjustable wrench are just doing around the house projects. But if you’re fixing an engine you’re not using an adjustable wrench. At least a professional I don’t think would use one.  I don’t think that the 6000 is an adjustable wrench. It just fits into the niche of tools that we all use.  But with that being said I don’t know many people who have a full set of wrenches that have a cost them over $20,000 to get them all 😂.

That's the problem with these forums is people think.They dont know,they think.Use one and know.

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5 hours ago, nugget said:

That's the problem with these forums is people think.They dont know,they think.Use one and know.

Would love to use one and know!  Until then it’s a forum, people go to discuss at a forum, therefore you are allowed to think.

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24 minutes ago, Steve Herschbach said:

People would do better thinking less, and listening more to the right people. Not all information sources are equal.

So true.  This applies to a lot of subjects.  This is actually a great Life Lesson........

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