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Hello, I am new to the forum but not new to prospecting and mining. Have prospected a lot of places around the state.. Has anyone worked with SDC 2300 before??? I'd love to know your experience. Thanks

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Fantastic machine, sniffs out the little ones, turn on and go. Compact, easy to use. Perfect for the smaller places. Shock proof and waterproof. First day I had mine I fell off a small ledge and flung the machine 10 feet on to rocks. ? Picked it up, rebooted and kept on detecting. Love it?

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great machine rugged and dependable .

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There is more information on this forum about the SDC 2300 than any other out there. Here is a quick link to SDC related threads.

Thats what those tags are all about on the forum. Click one and get all related threads.

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The SDC-2300 is one of the most popular PI Units I sell.  Many of my clients enjoy it more than their 4500's and 5000s.  If you want to go into details of Pros/Cons of the machine, contact me direct as I have not the time to type that much info.

Looking forward to seeing you on this fine forum more often too.

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