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  1. Hey Chuck, You're prices are correct on the new Coiltek NOX Searchcoils. If anyone is looking for one, contact us, they will be selling quickly due to the pre-order demand on them. Also, we just got the new, updated 2021 Version of the Equinox Handbook in stock. 10"X5" NOX COIL (C04-0018) MSRP - $243 MAP - $219 14"X9" NOX COIL (C04-0019) MSRP - $266 MAP - $239 15" NOX COIL (C04-0020) MSRP - $295 MAP - $269
  2. Hello All, Just got in Andy Sabisch's new Equinox Series Handbook, Updated Version 2021 You can purchase it directly from our online store by the link below - https://www.robsdetectors.com/minelab-equinox-series-handbook-updated-version-2021/ The Minelab Equinox Handbook – Updated Edition 2021 Minelab has set the standard against which other detectors are being measured when they introduced the Equinox series in 2018 . . . the Equinox 600 & 800. Featuring technology that offers true multi-frequency operation as well as the ability to switch to single frequency
  3. Hello All, Just got in Andy Sabisch's new 2021 Version for the Equinox series Handbook. We have them listed on our online store at - https://www.robsdetectors.com/minelab-equinox-series-handbook-updated-version-2021/ The Minelab Equinox Handbook – Updated Edition Minelab has set the standard against which other detectors are being measured when they introduced the Equinox series in 2018 . . . the Equinox 600 & 800. Featuring technology that offers true multi-frequency operation as well as the ability to switch to single frequency operation when conditions ca
  4. Hello All, Here we are again, a partner and I placering a dry creek bed. The process of placering is to remove all the overburden (rocks, gravel) and process or work the paypayer/bedrock. We are doing that by using rakes, shovels, crevice tools and then using metal detectors to scan the paylayer and bedrock for gold nuggets. This process is back breaking hard work, but can be very rewarding in the right locations. As you can see in this video, we hit a nice crevice that had a hidden beauty in it, a 3/4 ounce gold nugget. The nugget was wedged below the hardpack gravels and w
  5. Hello All, A customer of mine is selling his used Minelab SDC 2300 Metal Detector. He is asking $2300 firm for it, but it has some extras. Check out the pictures and contact him directly for any further info or a potential purchase. The unit is around Wickenburg, Arizona - ask for Mike - 503-807-6413
  6. Hello Everyone, Well haven't been out too much, too busy. What do they say, "Burning the Candle on both ends ...." I did manage to stumble onto a nice target down about a foot below a bedrock ledge. When I cleaned out the ledge, there was a small crack at the bottom edge where I found this beautiful 1/4 ounce gold nugget. The ground was still moist, so the nugget stood out plain as day! I was using the Minelab GPZ 7000 metal detector with the stock 14x13 searchcoil. I also dug plenty of iron rubbish and lead fragments during the day. Hope you all are finding a nugget
  7. Hey SmithsGold - I edited your post and added the video into the post, rather than the link. That being said, please let Gary know that I have been using the crevice tool he sent me. I haven't had time to get a video done yet, but let him know I surely appreciate his generosity on sending it and it's a great tool for digging out crevices. Here is Gary's website with the tool - https://honans-mining-supplies.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/12-inch-stainless-steel-crevice-tool
  8. Hey Ridge Runner, I talked with Deb over the weekend, I believe she mentioned about being at the Quartzsite Gold Show. I'm sure she will have the new Minelab GPX 6000 with her. Rob
  9. Thanks Bob. I'm just waiting for the day to have 30 hours it in .... LOL
  10. Hello All, A forum member sent me this question after I posted one of my videos. To answer his question, years ago I started to make a video series, but only ended up getting like one video up about "What to Look for in the Field." This video might help some to ID handstacking, which is very common in areas that have been placered mined. You might need to turn the volume up a tiny bit. Rob: Nice job with the latest video. As a beginner I am always interested in learning more about identifying favorable terrain. Do you have any video or still shots of what the general area
  11. Hello All, Here in this video a partner and I have been working (placer mining) a dry creek bed for gold nuggets. This process including digging down, raking and metal detecting the paylayer and bedrock for detectable gold nuggets. We were using the Minelab Gold Monster 1000, Minelab GPZ 7000 & Garrett AT Pinpointer along with various hand tools for digging. We dug a lot of old rubbish, not shown in the videos to preserve time and boredom This is part 1 of the entire video, the second part will be up soon. If you like our video, please Subscribe, Like and follow u
  12. Here are some finds and story from a friend/customer that just purchased the Nugget Finder EVO 12x8 Mono Searchcoil.
  13. Hey Guys, AzNuggetBob - No, the X-Coils, which are made in Russia require a patch lead adapter, to adapt it from whatever is on the X-Coils to the GPZ 7000 connector. The new NF Z Search Searchcoil is already wired just like a Minelab coil, so it's a plug right in and go. Jessgo33 - Better in the sense it's lighter, smaller and easier to pinpoint small targets with and a bit more sensitive to small targets and nuggets over the stock 14x13 Minelab coil. Rob