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It still has that same GPX sound which I like 🙂

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6 minutes ago, nugget said:

Minelab have a winner here.It is the best detector i've used and i've used plenty.

 

Looks like stuff at a size and depth a VLF like a GM and NOX can find, waiting for the numbers...

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No one i know , like the others say i like that it still sounds off like a gpx.

 

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12 minutes ago, Condor said:

I don't know, new gloves, new pick?  Do we know this prospector?

Add glass vial too and who uses a double scoop method 😁.  At least they gave the coordinates to that nugget in the beginning of the video. Oh and at 2:16 must’ve been a lot of hot rocks😂

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20 hours ago, Condor said:

I don't know, new gloves, new pick?  Do we know this prospector?

Yeah he seems familiar..... where was it... the Emmys???

There’s the gold!!!!!! Kiss it... Yeah that’s me...

 Look,.... the Taskmaster would beat me with a shovel if I acted like that 🤣😂🤣😅

 

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Are those mountains in the background the famous range they appear to be? If so, my dude is pulling mad nugs out of what might be the most famous place in the US noted for having no actual gold. I can't stand Phoenix or any big city really, and try to stay far away, so cannot confirm. But I'd find it hilarious and par for this marketing strategy if so.

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