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Newer swingers can learn from this video.  Notice the pattern of the signal on the 1st nugget when compared to the sound of the 2nd target.  Some folks may not catch it at first and that is ok, but eventually you'll realize the up/down of the signal sound has a pattern that usually is indicative of gold nugget size and density of the piece.  Also seeing how he crosses the target from the sides to help pinpoint. I also like his digging tool.  Beefy is what helps dig in such hard ground and a longer handle.

Thanks for sharing.

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