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Nice going Jimmy.

Good luck with your wild nugget hunting.

JW :smile:

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Jimmy,  Good to see someone using a detector for something different than what it was designed for.  The SDC-2300 is so fun to use and boy will it punch for small gold and other little targets.  Try it in a swimming hole some time and see what turns up, you just might like it.

This video was shot the day of actual release to the general public.  We had a blast in the water with the SDC-2300 and had Hats Off discoveries.


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