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Hey there peops, i have a Nokta Fors CoRe with  13x11web coil ,9x5web coil and a 4x4 coil, and i also have a pinpointer.

I haven't found any gold with this machine,, but on a test nugget it does register/ give a signal.

My question i ask is , can i fit other coils to the machine that will be better for finding small nuggets ??

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Honestly, not really. The coil selection you have is very good. The hard part now is getting one of those coils, most likely the smaller ones, over a piece of gold that is sufficiently shallow that it can be detected. Therein lies the true challenge of nugget hunting. Rough rule of thumb - big coils for big gold, small coils for small gold.

Difference Between Nokta FORS Gold and FORS CoRe

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