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Dan(NM)

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  1. According to Dilek, the pinpointer they were working on is being redesigned to pair to the Legend. The Pulse dive will not pair up to the Legend.
  2. I have one on pre-order, I'm rooting for it to out do my 800, but, I have my doubts. If it performs decent, then it'll be my water hunting machine. I also am on a pre-order list for the Deus 2 to use as a relic machine. Not to keen on the skinny cable to hunt in the water.
  3. Thank you very much, I was able to clean it up enough to getting ID, looks like I got myself a slick shield nickel.
  4. I was cherry picking the same area, approximately 50x50, first couple of times. I hit it from one direction using a grid pattern one day then next time from the other direction. This time I dropped my tone break to 10 and took out the nickels. When I first hit a new spot, I will wander around until I hit a keeper. Thats when I begin gridding off one section after another.
  5. Dilek said she is pushing for the 5X9.5 coil because it has been the best selling coil they make.
  6. Your welcome. It has fully adjustable tone breaks, tone pitch and tone volume. It has 1 tones 2 tones 6 tones and 60 tones.
  7. Nokta has posted a video on the Nokta Facebook page with a sample of the Legend's tones. https://www.facebook.com/230504936963369/posts/7020832324597229/
  8. I'm not sure why it isn't working. The talk was hosted by Phil Meyers on Facebook at the Treasure Talk page. They have not posted it to YouTube yet.
  9. Same here Cal, deeper fringe targets hit in the mid to upper 30's in my soil, I always chase those guys and have been rewarded time after time.
  10. Next go round, I'm gonna dig from 0 up in the spot thats been productive.
  11. Thank you. I try to make it an all day hunt went I go to this place, I have to drive an hour one way.
  12. I had a very productive day hunting a city park in a nearby town. Took me 7 1/2 hours to round up all these keepers. The v nickel is the fifth one I've taken out of this park in the last 2 weeks. Ended up with a nickel trifecta to boot. I think I'm going to get the 5x10 coil due to the amount of iron and debris in the places that are producing the coins. I did pretty good by going nice and slow and digging all iffy tones. I was very surprised to see the Canadian quarter come out, that's the second one I've found this year. Nox 800 Park 1 Recovery 3 Iron Bias 0 Sens 23 Manual GB 30 2 Tones Tone break at 10 No Disc-wide open
  13. Thank you, I'm adapting to the new life very quickly 🙂
  14. Thank you, its been a weird productive year.
  15. I went back to a park that's been producing some good finds. Today was a very unusual nickel day. Ended up with 3 silver war nickels, a v nickel, an unidentified coin, 4 Wheaties and a religious medallion. I didn't really have a goal this year for silver coins but with today's finds that puts me at 112 for the year. Running park 1...2 tones..no disc...manual gb at 30..recovery speed 3..iron bias at F2-0.. tone break at 10...sens 23. All war nickels hit at 15, the V hit 12-13, the unidentified coin(?) hits at 12.
  16. Good to hear. Mine worked out very well first time out.
  17. Thank you. The dime was a rosie, nothing collectable in that sense. The shovel is a Lesche, bought it from Richard at Backwood Detectors 4 or 5 years ago. I painted it because I've almost lost it a couple of times 🙂
  18. When I first moved to Central Texas I was having my doubts how productive it was going to turn out. I'm a believer now LOL
  19. It's a blessing to have good neighbors, especially ones with tools and know how 🙂
  20. Thank you. Yes it has been extremely dry in Central Texas for the last few weeks. We have a front coming through in the next day or two hopefully it'll bring some moisture. I was really bummed when my shovel broke. I ran to the local hardware store and grabbed a little 2 ft mini shovel to finish out the day.
  21. Here are my finds from my last 2 hunts from public parks from nearby towns. On the first set of pictures, I was able to find four silver dimes, but, somehow I managed to lose a silver Rosie . Next set of pictures is from another park where I've done very well. The dates on the v nickels are 1899 and 1900. The item with the hole in it is an amusement token. All items were found with the Equinox 800. I also managed to break the end of my shovel off. Luckily I have a handy neighbor with a welder and he was able to put Humpty Dumpty back together again.
  22. Thank you, hang in there and sooner or later you'll hit a sweet spot.
  23. This is the third multiple silver spill that I found in this park. I'm not sure what's going on but I have found six multiple coin spills at this location.
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