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Yeah boy Ok so it's an old machine, old tech but im stoked to be able to get out to all the old tailings piles of the old gold mines around the WA goldfields This machine i hope will score me a few ounces to go toward something a little more
Isn't today supposed to be the big day when we get more news on the NEW Minelab SDC2300?
Hi would be interested in the answers as I am a newbie and am about to buy my first detector and was thinking of getting a 705 too for the same reasons, but my limited understanding is that the PI detectors go deeper and find smaller nuggets of gold, bu
Minelab will release two new detectors on the market as of the 30thAugust 2010. There will be two new detectors released from Minelab....GPX4800 & GPX5000 Details: GPX 5000 key features 8 Soil/Timings is like having 8 detectors in 1, find
Hi All. My x-terra 70 has lost the first depth indicator again. can anyone tell me where the minelab company is so I can get it fixed. Greg
G'Day. I have bought a Minelab XT17000 as my first detector & mostly use it on the beach where it is fine in dry sand, however, in wet & black sand I am finding lots of noise but no substance. I would like to get among the lost jewellery in the
Hi guys I was just looking on the net for a detector and i had a quick look on "trade me" its about the best place to buy stuff here in N,Z there,s not usually that much of a selection of detectors on there but i found a gpx4500 there at a