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  1. One of Rob Allison's personal GPX 5000 detectors. Comes with 2 stock coils and 14 inch Coiltek Blitz mono and 8X6 NF Sadie coil. Has Goldstalker Powerpack which has 2 7000mah batteries with charger and car charger etc. $2000 tMINELAB.pdf
  2. Gpx 5000 with 2 "stock coils and 14 inch Coiltek Blitz mono and 8X6 NF Sadie coil. Goldstalker Powerpak which has 2 7000mah batteries with charger and car charger etc. $3000
  3. Jen..waiting for reply from Rob..the NF is an 8x6 Sadie. Told you about the 14X9 Coiltek Blitz Mono. Didn't mention the Goldstalker PowerPack that comes with 2 7000mah Li-ion batteries, charger, car charger etc.
  4. Jen..just going out the door the 2 coils it comes from Rob, a 14inch coiltek and a NF. I will have to look for them when I get back tomorrow..shows how much I use them! Whatever Rob thinks is a fair deal..I'll ask happy to sell to someone who can make good use of it. Talk tomorrow?
  5. Hey Jen, I have a GPX5000 that I bought from was his personal one. It is probably older than you want though, 2012, has about 4 coils and Goldscreamer Powerpak. I use it mostly in Az. which is seldom because I don't get over that way often. However guys I go out with in Ca. do well with theirs, Pat K. and others, but to be honest they are simply more experienced than me and they handle the high mineralization here way better than i do!
  6. I'm thinking I would do better in Montana over the Southwestern border than in Wyoming sluicing/panning MDing . Anyone familiar with the state have some tips on where to look? Thanks
  7. Going to Yellowstone in 2 weeks from Ca. and would like to dip a pan/sluice or swing a coil somewhere on the trip. People tell me to forget the MD and hope for small gold panning or sluicing. Any thoughts advice? Thanks
  8. UPDATE, heard from Author that this tale is true and at least 3 catches have been recovered. I would like to pursue this further and would ask people familiar with the area how "approachable" landowners are in general in that area? Are they friendly, welcoming or are they not? I would like to detect the area if they would be willing to share in the finds. Any thoughts, advice from people in the area would be much appreciated.
  9. Anyone familiar with N. Carolina railway "right of way" between McLeansville and and Burlington? Is this 16 mile stretch all private fenced land or open? Anyone know how far out the right of way extends? In book pg. 133 you will read about Confederate coins buried "no more than 100 yards out" from railway in groups of three. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks
  10. New member here seeking advice. I'm a diver and was looking at the Surf PI Dual Field by Whites as I wanted something for diving and also for beach/ gold nugget hunting. I am concerned that this unit could/would drive me crazy! I had a Whites 30 years ago and the, whats the term, "non-discrimination" aspect of it had me digging everything. Is there a waterproof(to 100 ft.) unit by anyone that also discriminates really well so that when you use it on land you can avoid a lot of junk? Going to Lytle Creek this coming weekend to pan a little, hike etc. Any tips on areas of THAT area to collect/classify and pan(until I purchase a detector)? Been out of the "SPORT" for a long time and looking for an "all around" detector although I realize that there are detectors made specifically for nuggets, relics, etc. Thanks