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Equinox, Gold Monster, & Arizona Gold

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12 hours ago, fredmason said:

I am sure that the urge to dig her target was far stronger than any desire to test the 800...even after all these years  and good intentions I just start digging! I want to see the gold-right now!!!

fred

Guilty as well. I ment to  Check the Nox on a target before digging it. But failed. I had to put my other unit in the truck lol.

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On the 2nd video when he was having trouble recovering that target with the EQ & used the Gold monster to retrieve it. It turned out to be what seemed like a bit of rusty ferrous, I wonder what the gold chance indicator was saying that he didn't show.

JW :smile:

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On 6/12/2018 at 12:44 AM, Ridge Runner said:

JW

Like you said if left in the ground would have been a true test of the Equinox on gold . The trouble is that little word if .

What I really want to see is that 6” coil in action like Bill was talking about.

Being we live in a in perfect world how can I expect Bill’s video to be any different.

i’m Looking forward to his next video he makes.

Bill I thank you for your hard work and just seeing that pretty face is a pleasure to behold .

That’s the way it is Bill and that is some got it others got to go get it.

Chuck

I will get out this weekend and actually hunt with the EQX 800 as I have used it enough now to have a head full of things I want to try. I do agree it will be a great gold VLF and really looking forward to the 6 inch coil. The EQX is killer on coins etc. too.....

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On 6/13/2018 at 12:17 AM, kiwijw said:

On the 2nd video when he was having trouble recovering that target with the EQ & used the Gold monster to retrieve it. It turned out to be what seemed like a bit of rusty ferrous, I wonder what the gold chance indicator was saying that he didn't show.

JW :smile:

Sorry about that and the old nugget hunter in me makes me ignore the screen and dig all targets. Will try to force myself to look 😏

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If that’s you Bill... welcome to the forum!

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7 hours ago, Nugget Shooter said:

Sorry about that and the old nugget hunter in me makes me ignore the screen and dig all targets. Will try to force myself to look 😏

Nice to see you on here Bill. 👍 Welcome. I know all too well the urge to just dig a signal....even when doing a video shoot. :smile: There is usually quite a bit going on when trying to cover all on the video with settings & options &........everything else.  Thanks for the efforts you go to in doing your footages. It is appreciated. I enjoy your channel. Now get out there & kick that skunk. :laugh: 

Best of luck to you out there

JW :smile:

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Yeah Bill welcome out of the shadows haha. You have a lot of experience to share, I know this first-hand. It's fun to know you are around. And yes, the Equinox is a killer on coins, can't wait to try it in the goldfields.

 

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