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As time goes on I  hope to see more videos of the Garrett 24k used all over the world. The 24k does seem to impress those who have used it. We can never have too much choice when it comes to machines. As good as the new GPX 6000 is on small gold I still believe there is room for a good VLF in the arsenal. All the best.

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  • karelian changed the title to Garrett 24k Advanced Features. Australia

I really need (want) to try one of these out West…….in some iron infested locations 👍

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