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Jeff Pierce

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  1. I second the Geigerrig. I currently use their 1600 tactical pack with 100oz bladder. It fits my SDC perfectly and you can bungee from the strap. Best place I have found to buy is ThinkGeek.com. They have it for almost half off right now. http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/1c53/?itm=customlabel0Home_%26_Office_%7C_Bags_Backpacks_%26_Luggage&rkgid=1453729095&cpg=ogplaho1&source=google_home_office&adpos=1o1&creative=50718231765&device=c&matchtype=&network=g&gclid=CMSSooaWl8QCFYiVfgodKm8AQw Hopefully that link works Jeff
  2. Great informative post Steve! You are spot on when you say " I think it is 80% operator and 20% detector and that is probably giving the detector too much credit." You are also hit home about Ray finding more gold with a gold bug. I live in Rays country and I have a GB Pro, Gpx5000 and an SDC . Hundreds of hours I must have spent out last year mostly with GPX netted me 8.5 dwt, and half of that came in about 5 minutes on a small pocket. To say the least I have failed far more than I have succeeded and it had nothing to do with what detector I was using. This new year I find myself grabbing
  3. Hi Steve, To start off, you have a great informational site here. I have always liked your posts from around the different forums and now you have it all right here and you are sending out info double time. Very nice. Since this thread has an SDC component to it I would like to ask the question I been wondering about. I have read JP's analysis that he can run GPZ head to head with the SDC except for very small surface gold. I have both a 5000 and SDC and quite honestly I love the stealthy little detector and use it 90% of the time. It just work in the steep manzanita choked hills that I frequ
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