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MCH2

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About MCH2

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    Upstate NY
  • Interests:
    Fishing, hunting, trapping, metal detecting, hiking and non-fiction reading.
  • Gear Used:
    Equinox 800 & 600, LS Pelso, ML80s, Beats, & Ausdom aptx low latency headphones, Predator Raptor 31C & Lesche hand diggers. Lesche ground shark 36" shovel, Estwing Geo/Paleo 25" rock pick, etc.

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  1. Far from an expert, but for coins, this works well for me. Sensitivity depends on situation (usually 16 - 22). Equinox 800.
  2. Work well; nice and loud. The cord is long enough to plug straight into your machine without your headphones being pull off your head.
  3. Dan, here is a link. Very tough tool and great reviews - https://www.amazon.com/Estwing-Geo-Paleo-Rock-Pick/dp/B00D3OJD62/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1?hvadid=78340297226620&hvbmt=bb&hvdev=c&hvqmt=b&keywords=estwing+geo+paleo+pick&qid=1556543379&s=gateway&sr=8-1-fkmrnull
  4. I would try for a few, but certainly not for more than a couple hours. I do have similar diggers as you. Lesche land shark, Estwing 22oz rock hammer and 25" Estwing geo/paleo rock pick. Wear safety glasses and don't smile while striking. ?
  5. Finally found a high VDI war nickel on 4/17/19. This one reads 20 on the Nox in mulit-frequency park 1. Another high reading San Francisco mint nickel. In single frequencies this silver war nickel reads: 5Khz = 14 to 20 VDI (jumpy) 10Khz = 20 VDI 15Khz = 20 VDI 20Khz = 20 VDI 40Khz = 22 VDI
  6. I have seen a few posts where the 1943 S war nickels especially, read high.
  7. Yes, that is the link/thread. I only got part way through it when the site went down for me anyway last night. It is an interesting read. Thank you.
  8. Last night I was reading a thread/discussion on the Equinox's multi-frequency parameters. Has the thread gone south, or am I just not finding it?
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