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  1. Steve, a curious question for you. Two GM 1000 detectors both using Koss UR30 headphones. Headphones work on both units with no sound from external speaker on either unit. Same two units do the same while using the Minelab provided headphones. No sound from external speaker. Now, when Black Widow headphones are used:. #1 Headphones work #2 Headphones work along with external speaker at the same time. Black Widows set up differently somehow? Same additional jacks were used on all tests. Technology on GM 1000 rejecting use
  2. Hello everyone, long time away from the forums. I have to be up front on the Gold Monster 1000. Everyone pretty well knows that I love my GB Pro, however, I think I have a new favourite. I am still playing with the Monster but very impressed at this point. I have to go along with Lunk in the fact that it is a VLF, and it takes me back in time also, but this futuristic unit has a definite edge into the future. With the Monster and the real Monster,(Zed7000) I think I have the ground here in Redding pretty well covered.
  3. This is the first time I have ever even heard about BLM anywhere near the area. I have never seen any in over thirty years detecting all around that area.
  4. Hello all, here are the dates that I will be at Sawtooth Knob, Nevada. 17 May thru 26 May 2017 Come join George and I and find some gold. About fifteen of us already committed... Shep, get the guys together...And we'll weigh everything in pennyweights just for you. Check out... TRINITYAU.COM Additional updates are also on my Facebook page, Trinityau/RayMills
  5. I have done really well with VLF vs cash, overall my bread and butter take home has always been better with a VLF. I must be truthful in the fact that I have done pretty darn good with the PI vs cash also. Research and feet on the ground is what has always done it for me. If the gold is there it's alot easier...
  6. Hello Steve, the quote below is part of a message that I received on my site. As you know I refer all the high tech stuff to you. While it is interesting to know some of this stuff I still prefer to just use what continually works for me. I thank you for your time. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS "A question regarding future use of my new Nokta Au, and the INTERACTION between two of its discrimination-mode controls (it's Discrimination Filter and its iMask function).I have been detecting/prospecting since 1968, minored in geology in college, and in the last decade and more, have owned Bug 2's and succ
  7. Hello everyone, very quick post about the newest detector to hit the market place.The "AU Goldfinder" detector. I received the detector the other day and was able to get out for a few minutes with it on Saturday. I love the Makro Gold Racer and now I really love this AU Goldfinder. It is all manual, and well balanced. Virtually the same as the Gold Racer except it has knobs and toggles.This in itself takes me back many years. I think this unit is going to be a top seller unless other detector companies provide a vastly superior VLF unit soon. I will be using this unit over the next
  8. Hello all, there have been some very good comparisons about the three detectors mentioned. My concern is that too many people that are just getting into gold detecting will take bench or air testing too seriously. I have been detecting for gold for over forty years. As far as I am concerned air testing is just that "air testing". I would urge anyone, especially newcomers, to find someone or to join a gold detecting club and get some hands on. Many shops have a unit available for prospective buyers to take out a few hours and play with. When I take someone out for training with a gold
  9. Hello all, here are some pictures from one of the earlier outings with the 7000. The first picture shows one of the clay seams that I often talk about. These range in size from large ones like this on down to some that are less than an inch wide. These clay seams generally run with the shale. It seems that the larger nuggets have come from areas where the seams are very thin. I'm not sure what the silver pin is...several ideas. Look close and you will see the buttons of a large rattlesnake hiding in the rocks. Thanks, TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS TRINITYAU.COM
  10. Hello everyone, here are some pictures from a Saturday afternoon a few weeks back. Got finished updating the website "TRINITYAU.COM" and headed out for a short four hour hunt with the 7000. Thanks, TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS More pictures at TRINITYAU.COM
  11. Hello guys, thanks for the comments. Chuck the RidgeBack is a pup, and generally we do ok when she out and about with us. The dime is an 1847. AUddicted, thanks. I don't mind helping people at all. I have not done this for a while, but I extend an open invitation to any of the forum members that may be travelling through my area to contact me ahead of time and maybe set up a day hunt. My days off are usually Saturday and Sunday Contact me at TRINITYAU.COM
  12. Hello all, I got out the other day with some friends. Here are some pictures, thanks. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  13. Thanks to everyone who participated, TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  14. WINNERS FOR THIS CONTEST MIKE SLAVENSKY PETE HARRIS TAD ROBINETTE HARRY LIPKE MATT NELSON Mike's guess on the weight of the gold was the closest, Mike wins the gold and an autographed copy of my book.Pete, Tad, Harry and Matt were the other four finalist's, they will all receive an autographe
  15. Hello Jonathan, I just put your link on TRINITYAU.COM, interesting. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
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