By Valens Legacy
My neighbor who was a friend of my grandfather needs some advice to improve his old Gold Master detector.
He is wanting to know if a different coil will help him in finding gold and other items better.
The detector is a TR-Discriminator Model 66TR with a D stamped next to the model number.
He is wanting to go gold hunting with me and wants to see if there is something better than what looks like a 8 inch coil on it.
My question is would a different coil help him or not, and if so which one and where to get one.
To everyone who reads this I thank you for any help you can give.
I forgot to mention that the detector used to be his fathers some 40 years ago and he wants to use it if possible.
New to this site. I have a whites goldmaster GMT that I bought over 20 years ago and recently began using it again, nugget shooting in SE Arizona. Having been away from the hobby for years, I noticed there are so many new detectors that seem specialized for gold nuggets. Is my machine obsolete compared to the newer detectors, or is it still considered a good machine for nuggets. Also looking for a used drywasher to play with when I get tired of digging up lead bullets. Anyone out there know of a good place for used drywasher in SE Arizona. Thanks
Plans dont always work out but the Gold we found metal detecting an old Gravel bar sure didnt disappoint !!!!
Me and Gary ( Two Toe's ) had planned to do some Hydraulic Pit detecting in one of our favorite spots but old Mother nature had other plans.
After a lot of discussion and a long drive we decide to Metal Detect an old Gravel Bar to see what Gold it might be hiding in its bedrock crevices.
This time plan B worked out pretty good !!!!!!