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About garikfox

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    Queen Creek, AZ
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    Electronic Prospecting
  • Gear Used:
    EQ800, GM1000

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  1. I'm curious what application would one use a 4x6 coil? Bedrock? That seems a bit too small.
  2. Expedition #9 RRPC claim, Range Bull #1 Morristown, AZ 77F
  3. Hey everyone, i'm curious to what this ore (rock) is. It's whitish/grey with some silver tones all over it, it glistens in the sun pretty amazingly and seems to be made of sheets of maybe silicone? it breaks pretty easily.
  4. it's just the 20kHz and 40KHz while in the gold mode(s)
  5. I was noticing "coil whine" coming from the control box. I'm sure it's normal but was wondering does anyone else hear this? very high pitched squeal or whine, very faint. I also have a GM1000 and I don't hear it on that one. Edit: Interesting! Seems to be more prevalent when using Multi.
  6. Thanks flakmagnet, Yeah cant wait 🙂 Today's Expedition was called off because the Buggy's battery was too low. I haven't used it for four weeks and it cranked five times than the battery seemed like it was dead. It's on the slow charger now and we're going to attempt the trip again on Saturday.
  7. HI MannyScoot sorry took so long to reply. Not yet 🙂 I'm heading out tomorrow to a club claim north of Lake Pleasant, it's a ATV only claim and will take about 18 miles heading north in the buggy to get to it. RRPC claim, Map 14, RR-Humbug. I'll report back...
  8. Indeed. I keep forgetting there's one on the pick 🙂
  9. Expedition #8 - RRPC, Golden Nickel It's a rough video but we're still learning 🙂
  10. Thanks Steve 🙂 I'm currently editing video of Expedition #8 - RRPC, Golden Nickel. I'll post the video once I upload it.
  11. Hello again everyone and Seasons Greetings! It's been pretty rainy here in AZ the past 6 weeks so I took the time to get the buggy ready for its first expedition. The buggy came stock so I had to add a windshield, hard roof and A-Arm guards. I'm really liking this Pioneer buggy! I'm amazed how smooth it handles on the dirt. 🙂 I took the Buggy out for it's first expedition on December 13th for a test run at a RRPC claim. I didn't prospect that day i was mainly learning the new camera and buggy.
  12. He's doing better than me that's for sure. Good job MannyScoot 🙂
  13. I've been to that claim site and seen those strange piles. It's an interesting place for sure.
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