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    Goldsboro, NC
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    metal detecting, fishing, firearms/hunting and gold prospecting
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    F75 Ltd SE, Equinox 600, Nautilus DMC IIb, Fisher 1266-X, Fisher CZ-5, Whites XLT, Whites Mxt, Minelab Explorer XS, Blisstool V3, Tesoro Vaquero, Gold King sluice box, various pans. .

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  1. Thanks for the info Frank, looks like exactly what I am looking for to go with my 600!
  2. Dual IQ may be the ticket for Minelab's lower end machines to take over the low price market.
  3. I have a feeling it FT is about to rock the detector world, they have been too quiet for too long. They have some of if not the best detector engineers in the world, they have lowered prices on the F75/T2 platform to a level that is bringing them into the mid-level machine price range, even though they they are still at the top performance wise. FT is behind in the all terrain business but that wont last long and I think you will see a repackaged waterproof F75/T2 machine very soon and a true game changer shortly there after. I had an Equinox on pre-order but other than being waterproof (which I really don't need), my F75 LTD SE has more depth and is plenty fast for my hunting, thus I canceled my order. I am going to wait and see what FT has up their sleeve, until then I will keep going behind the latest and greatest machines and dig what they can't hear.
  4. Does anyone here know first hand if there is any difference in the depth capabilities of the Multi Kruzer and the Impact. I am buying a new machine and depth and unmasking are the main things that I am looking for. Waterproof, salt water operation, and weight difference between the two really don't matter to me.
  5. Thanks for the time and effort to make and share this video. This machine has me rethinking my next purchase!
  6. It does remind me of my first love the 1266-X, a bit of chatter is not a bad thing if it can get a target that you would otherwise never hear.. I tend to lean towards machines that walk a fine line between depth and being un-usable, I need the extra depth in my area, Nokta/Makro seem to be hitting that fine line IMO.
  7. Wet salt sand is hard, hard as it gets in MY part of the country, this is impressive for a VLF machine. Thanks for sharing!
  8. Great Job Steve, I just joined but have been lurking for a long time. I think that you are just wanting more time with the Nox!
  9. Hard to beat a company that follows it customers in the forums and responds to our needs, wants, and issues. Dilek and the team @ Nokta/ Makro are top notch!
  10. WALMART sells a thin stretchy glove that has a rubber coated palm and fingers that I like a lot. $2.82 per pair. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Berkley-Coated-Glove/16637409
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