Popular Post Nedkelly Posted March 2 Popular Post Share Posted March 2 A few more species for the 6000 and 9"goldhawk. Most were between 4" and 6" in the ground and gave good solid signals. The biggest one about 1 foot, and gave a weird, wobbly, signal. Wasn't very confident thinking it was trash but dug it just to be sure. The 9" round is perfect for where I detect in knee to waist high grass,brush,sticks, rocks,and trash. In very hot red ground still has good depth and sensitivity while running reasonably smooth and quiet. 14 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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