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  1. Lets hear what coils everyone is using on they're GPX 4500's and most importantly why?
  2. Hello All, It's been crazy keeping detectors in stock, but just wanted to let anyone know that is still searching I have a few new Minelab GPX 5000's and a few Garrett ATX Deepseeker packages in stock. I don't expect to have them beyond this weekend, so first come first serve on them.
  3. Hello All, Well the Rattlesnakes are definately out now. This weekend I was scanning a target and reaching out moving rocks with my hand. As I reached out the second time to remove some rocks from a rock pile, I seen something that looked like a snake face and jumped back. Low and behold, it was a Rattlesnake looking right at me, hiding among the rock pile. The Rattlesnake didn't even buzz, just was sticking out it's tongue checking me out. I ended up breaking off a large branch from a nearby tree and removed him from the area. It was a Black Tail Rattlesnake, which aren't very aggressive from what I seen. That being said, I wouldn't want to get bitten to find out. Later that same day we seen another Pink Rattlesnake. Here is the one I moved from the rock pile - Be careful out there now, especially if you're wearing headphones all the way on. Rob Allison