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About devilsrenegade

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    big sky country
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    metal detecting, nugget hunting
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    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. 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.
  2. at the price of $250 I would highly suspect chinese counterfeit. buy from a reputable dealer to avoid any chance of counterfeit.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. have you ever tried to do the factory reset on your trx? maybe that would bring it up to par.
  8. I've posted this before and I'll post it again in case anybody missed it. Hope it helps. 1655152478_WhitesTRX_Extended_User_Manual.pdf
  9. in montana you are required to file a notice of intent in order to use a stream sluice or rockerbox, but panning is acceptable as long as you don't cause any significant surface disturbance. I'm skimming off the top of an exposed gravel bar, digging with a hand trowel as that can not be classified as causing such disturbance. there is no way I'm packing material home to sluice it with my back injury. also, panning is enjoyable and relaxing for me. maybe next year I'll file a notice of intent.
  10. I have grey ghost and troy pro and they seem to both work well no matter what detector they are attached too. I think the grey ghost are 150 ohm, the Troy's are 100 ohm.
  11. they are 50 OHM mylar speaker with titanium coating. I got the info from whites web site.
  12. I just classified down to quarter inch in a 5 gallon bucket then panned it out with my favorite pan the Garrett super sluice gold pan. When I got down to the cons it went into my Estwing finishing pan that's in the pic for final panning.
  13. nope, just panned it right in the river as the water is still running brown with silt.
  14. Thank you, I'm in Missoula. the gold comes from an inside bend behind an outcrop of bedrock at a popular swimming spot
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