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Groundscanner and I detected today in a site that has been detected for years with numerous detectors. These finds were found in about a 3 hour timespan. We probably need to go back again. ? Looks like this machine makes the old sites new again.

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That's quite a number of missed targets. I find the Nox does respond to targets that should have been found previously but weren't. Some of them at fairly shallow depths. A return trip is definitely in order.

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