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Hi everyone, I'm glad to be here and happy to see a forum where people are as excited about the Equinox as I am. I'm mainly a Minelab guy, and inching closer to detecting 50 years. Not quite there yet :rolleyes: Mine is on order and I have plans for an exciting spring season with it. Looking forward to seeing what others think of the machine, when theirs arrives. HH

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Well schoolofhardnox

Glad you made the trip to Equinox land. If you been looking around you can see the Equinox language is the only thing spoken here.

 You said you have a Equinox on order well this fan club is made up of people just like you.

The Best

Chuck

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Welcome to the forum.

I can't even count to 50. Lol

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Welcome to the forum! We are getting closer to the day when most people here have an Equinox and then things should really get lively!

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Tnsharpshooter

Some of us here are the Mountain Men of Metal Detecting.

I can count to 50 but I stop counting birthdays after 50 twenty six years ago.

Chuck

Hey Schoolofhardnox

As you can we jump track off the main subject sometimes.

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1 minute ago, Ridge Runner said:

Tnsharpshooter

Some of us here are the Mountain Men of Metal Detecting.

I can count to 50 but I stop counting birthdays after 50 twenty six years ago.

Chuck

Hey Schoolofhardnox

As you can we jump track off the main subject sometimes.

Yep, 50 years of detecting is my goal , achievable in 2 years from this spring.  Thanks everyone for the comments. I'm known to be one that jumps off track sometimes, but I eventually get back on track, sorta lol.

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Welcome aboard sohN. Best use of the word NOX I've read so far.:laugh: Good luck out there.

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2 minutes ago, BeachHunter said:

Welcome aboard sohN. Best use of the word NOX I've read so far.:laugh: Good luck out there.

:laugh: Thanks. I had to get that word in my name somehow. I got a feeling I will be with this machine for a long, long time. I do a lot of beaches in the winter and cellar holes in the summer. Spring and fall I split between the two.  The fast recovery with stable ID make this an ideal addition to my other machines. The only thing that can make it better is if it handles EMI better, or at least equal to the CTX. 

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Hey SchoolofhardNox,

What was your first detector??

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