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  1. 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
  2. Hello Everyone, Well, if you own a Minelab GPZ 7000 metal detector, I would highly suggest the new 12" Round Nugget Finder Z Searchcoil designed for the GPZ 7000. This new, lightweight coil will surely increase your small gold finds better than the stock 14x13 GPZ coil. About 3 months ago I had the opportunity to originally test this coil before the release here in the US. My first day out I scored about a dozen smaller gold nuggets on patches I hit hard prior with the GPX series and GPZ 7000 with standard searchcoil. I ended up letting a good friend take
  3. Hello All, Had a great time testing the new Nugget Finder "Z Search" Searchcoil today on a wash I haven't hunted in some time. This small coil for the GPZ 7000 is much lighter, more sensitive and easier to pinpoint small targets with. I was super impressed with the new coil, wish I had a few dozen in stock. I also love the fact you don't have to modify anything, just mount and plug in like a stock GPZ coil. I have already had 3 customers burn up their $8000 GPZ 7000 by making some wiring mistakes on adapters for the X coils. In my opinion, I don't recommend anyone voiding a
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Hey Guys, It's been awhile since I done a video, so here you go. I have a bunch more I need to upload, it just take time ..... The nugget actually weighted almost 4 Dwt's, just shy of 1/4 ounce. It was found with the Minelab GPZ 7000 metal detector.
  7. Hello All, This weekend three customers (Grandfather, Father and Son) from California came over to get field instructions on their new metal detectors. They purchased the Minelab GPZ 7000 and Gold Monster 1000. We spent the entire day doing instructions, metal detecting for nuggets and a lot of hiking and exploring around. The weather and company was great! We were to get both detectors over a gold nuggets before the day ended. The GPZ 7000 found a nice 1-2 Grammer under an old tree that was growing out from the wash bottom and the Gold Monster 1000 nailed a smaller, probably
  8. Hello All, Well I was able to get out for a few hours with my Daughter. We dug a bunch of rubbish with the Minelab Gold Monster and GPZ 7000. Towards the end of the day, I finally scored a very nice 1/3 ounce gold nugget. It weighed in at 7.8 Dwt's. I was pretty excited since it's been months since I have really been out metal detecting. Wishing you all a success hunt. Rob
  9. Hello All, Rob's Detector Sales has been in business for over 24 years now. We are a online metal detector & gold prospecting outfitter based in Central Arizona. We built our business from good old business ethics that has allowed us to gain trust and friendship from our customers. We have always taken care of our customers just like we would like to be taken care of. If you haven't purchased from us before, we promise to take care of all your needs and get you out there finding your first treasure! We currently sell on our online store -, Ebay Store and Am
  10. Hey Guys, Here is part 2 of working this old placer area here in Arizona. Man, it was warm out there, high humidity and high temps. If you enjoy the videos, please subscribe to our channel, click that LIKE button and right that BELL button.
  11. Hello All, Here is an old video I found back around 2014-15. I was using the Minelab GPZ 7000 metal detector, working a small ravine where I found many ounces of gold throughout the prior years. This was one ravine or wash where I always brought the next best detector to give it a whirl. For at least 10 years, I have been able to return back to this spot and find a few pieces deeper that were missed. It's a hard spot to work at least with larger coils, as the ravine or wash is loaded with large cobbles. This particular day using the GPZ 7000, I managed only a few targets, but
  12. Hello All, I found this piece earlier this Summer season. Wanted to make sure I cleaned out the area pretty good before someone got word of the area. This piece was found at almost 3 foot deep. Took well over an hour to dig out. Found with a Minelab GPZ 7000 metal detector.
  13. Hello All, Not too long ago Peg purchased a Minelab GPZ 7000 from us. She scored this nice 8.6 Gram nugget with the GPZ not long after the purchase. This is what Peg had to say after the discovery - Thanks for the business Peg. Wishing you many more nuggets under the new GPZ 7000 searchcoil.
  14. Many of you have seen this excerpt from the GPZ brochure. Now you can read the rest of the story.