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Have been reading about the Italian Company CEIA , supplier of many styles of detection , ground , food etc .

Their  more basic models : i.e. MIL D1 and CMD are obviously for mine detection .

My question is how would they perform as civilian detectors on coins and relics and gold nuggets .

Most probably a complete nieve question , that just hi lights my limited knowledge .





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They might work for some civilian applications but in general detectors are best used to do what they are designed to do. I have never heard of anyone on any of the forums using these so finding first hand information may be difficult. The Findmall Technology Forum and the Geotech Forums might be places to start.

This report compares various mine detectors including a couple by CEIA.



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