What Can A 3mm 10k White Gold 4 Prong Earring Stud Tell You?
After reading and rereading all the comments of the forum, decision for model 600, I think that for my needs, that is enough for me. I arrived yesterday and did a little test at home, since Steve has said many times that he does not have the gold program but that he can do equally well in other programs. This test is in park 2 mode and sensitivity to 12, since I am inside the house
Big Arm state park on Flathead lake with my mxt and the detech 10x5 coil. ran it in relic mode with the sens. hot and the disc pot set at 2. the prospectors pick worked great to get through the cobbles to recover the targets. Highlights were .65 gram silver bracelet, 54 s and 56 wheat's, and junk butterfly pendant. it sure was nice to be out swinging. just thought I'd share my first hunt this year.
The best of luck to all !
Hi to app.
I have a Nox 600 since 1 year and I used here in Italy to find everywhere generally on beaches but not only.
I choosed to buy the 600 instead of the 800 version due to the fact that here I can't find native Gold but this is my opinion that for me Nox 800 was wasted.
I found just 4 Gold little items last year and I made a lot of work for that. I digged a lot on beaches and I digged from VDI 1 to VDI 29 in Beach 1 and 2 depending of near the sea or just in the Sand. As I remember 3 little rings bad VDI 6, 10 and 12.
Now what I want to ask you in your experience is:
Is it ok to stay with 600? Or could be very different for finding gold rings in the beach (my possibile gold items here are just rings and other little items on beach, no native gold nuggets...)
Is a good idea to change mi finding way to All Metal mode?
I used generally 5 tones. Do you advice me to start Learning the 50 tones in the way that I could choose to dig low ID (2 to 12) and be more helpful to find gold instead of tinfoil. Now the probability that from VDI 2 to 12 could be gold items la very low just looking at the target ID.
In your esperience with Equinox which trick or method you advise me most for the search for gold objects like rings or earrings or small objects on the beach?
Thank you very much. Every SUGGESTION is appreciated.
I would like to see a table of VDI made by you diggers to compare it with mine on attachment related to findings here in Italy:
This is a pat myself on the back kind of thread.
Here is the bulk of my aluminum shown with this seasons gold. Just over an ounce.
What isn't shown is a bit of larger can slaw and smaller foil, but rest assured there wasn't that much more, call it 20% higher target count if you want.
This represents positive ID gold signals, the easy ones you shouldn't be leaving.
My nephew wants to collect tabs and beaver tails, which is the reason I have them still this year.
No doubt I threw out a couple modern tabs early in the season, however I reluctantly agreed to collect those too. lol
Tonight I thought it would be interesting to see how much aluminum I dug to get that gold. These gold targets ranged from 1-22 TID. Only dig nickles? You fool!
So what do you think? Is that a lot of aluminum? Are you sure? Think about it, I bet you've dug way more pennies than this just to see a silver coin make an appearance. Would you rather another silver dime or have your Equinox paid for?
Advice is a hard thing to take, if it's common knowledge it probably wont help you find much. Remember 10% of the people get 90% of the goods. That means the other 90% are sharing the 10% left behind. One group is relying on statistics and probability while the other relies on pure luck.
Don't notch aluminum, you must close your eyes and drink from the hose.
Yes I'm on a high horse, I get double digit gold every year from this little town while most of my peers get nothing. NOTHING EVER. They have lots of advice and complaints and reasons to notch numbers. So proud to talk clad counts. These people don't work either, myself I'm gone 50-60 hours a week.
I love aluminum, whats the matter with you people!
This Equinox smacks gold like FBS smacks silver. Pay a stranger $5 to kick you in the ass if you need to.
Happy New Year, Alluminati rules.