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  1. G'day Tom, Na mate that figure is the total number of nuggets found for all those days of detecting with the 3 detectors. Wouldn't we all wish to detect a 164 oz piece or even a total of 164 ozs over a weekend? I see your location is Canada so I assume you may not have experienced temperatures we are reaching up to at the moment above 40 degrees C (or above 100 + degrees F) although those in the desert areas of USA would. I have not been out for a detect since the end of August last year, now waiting for a cool day to appear over a weekend.
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  2. I started detecting in 1989 until 2001 using a Minelab VLF before I received the SD2000. In answer to Kempf’s question in regards to total time spent swinging each detector then the majority of my detecting has occurred only over one day on a weekend during the cooler months. So here are the results using the 3 detectors on the same goldfields : SD 2000 for 122 days ; GP3000 for 113 days ; GPX5000 for 78 days. In regards to Fred’s question then the answer is nothing spectacular as the total is only 164. Thanks Steve for the welcome and I would expect there are a lot of US and Aussie
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