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About devilsrenegade

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  • Location:
    big sky country
  • Interests:
    metal detecting, nugget hunting
  • Gear Used:
    explorer se, xterra 705, eureka gold, sd 2100, whites mxt,dfx,mx5,prizm 6t, Gm4b, goldmaster ll, teknetics t2 ltd se, G2, G2+ ,fisher f19, tesoro bandido umax

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  1. I had an ultimate 13 coil on my mxt and used it for a couple years. it is extremely light weight and stable. I had no problem detecting 10" coins with it. I would highly recommend it.
  2. thank's a ton. I'll measure mine and match to the correct size. I had no idea where to look or what they were called.
  3. the push pins are the same, the battery door is different. I just posted a pic. is there a way to remove the push pins without breaking them?
  4. my grandkids broke one of the battery door push pin connectors to my amigo II, does anyone know where I could find a replacement one? It appears to be exactly like the one on my old whites goldmaster II. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank's to all that reply.
  5. Truly amazing !!!! How many years have you been detecting ? In my 5 years detecting for coins and jewelry I have only found 1 thin unmarked wedding band that rang up a solid 10 on my xterra 705, but I have a coffee can full of pulltabs. 😭
  6. I think the item with the pat. date is some sort of clothing buckle and I am not sure about the honey dew, maybe a soda drink ? but I like your thought's on it better. Also I was using the 19 khz G2 . I left my T2 at home as I figured the G2 was the better gold machine.
  7. Went back to an old poured concrete foundation in the woods which is a popular Elk hunters campsite. This is a site where I found my first seated dime a few years ago. The area is loaded with modern trash and lot's of iron nails and old tin buried near the foundation walls. I brought my Teknetics G2 with both the 5" and 11"x7" coil as I also intended to try some nugget detecting near the creek. I didn't find any nuggets but managed to pull 2 nice V nickels, 1890 and 1883. I set the detector in disc mode after ground balancing at 83. The ground here is very mineralized. I then set the tone brea
  8. another plus for the simplex vs dfx is the warranty on the simplex vs none on the outdated dfx. just another point to consider in your choice.
  9. Very nice !!!! I have also been digging bouncy zinc signals this year and it has been paying off with some nice small silver jewelry. I know eventually it will pay off with some gold.
  10. at the price of $250 I would highly suspect chinese counterfeit. buy from a reputable dealer to avoid any chance of counterfeit.
  11. I have the one with the black case and orange cap , have had it for maybe 2 yr's now with no problems. keeping my fingers crossed now after reading your post. if it ever does the death dance before me, I think I would go with the XP. I like everything I have read about it.
  12. The Whites Trx pinpointer is one of the best pinpointers ever produced and I think it is far from obsolete. I'll be keeping mine for many years I'm sure ! Just my opinion.
  13. Seeing how Whites is out of business now , I decided I should get a replacement shell for my trx before they are unavailable and I wear mine out like my old Garrett pro pointer. I ordered from Serious Detecting LLC . $34.93 with free shipping. Not trying to advertise for them, I have just made purchases from them before so thought I'd get it there. Also seen some available from others on E-bay. Sure hated to see White's close their doors.
  14. I have got permissions by running an ad on craigslist offering a service such as leaf raking in exchange for permission to detect and keep the items found.
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