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  1. Hello All, Check out these amazing Memorial Day Specials that will run through July 31st 2020. Don't miss out, get FREE items with many Minelab detector purchases. See the listing below that shows all the exciting deals available through Rob's Detector Sales. Purchase the following - Minelab GPZ 7000 Metal Detector - $7999.00 - Get FREE 19" GPZ Searchcoil Minelab Equinox 600 Metal Detector - Get FREE Minelab Pro-Find 20 Pinpointer Minelab CTX 3030 Metal Detector - Get FREE Minelab Soft Padded Carry Bag and Minelab 6" CTX Searchcoil Minelab Go-Find 22 Metal Detector $149.00-
  2. 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 - www.robsdetectors.com, Ebay Store and Am
  3. Hello All, We all know that it only takes one nice, big nugget to start a small modern day metal detecting gold rush. I'm sure the prospectors in Arizona remember the famous Stanton, Arizona "Tongue Nugget." This piece was around 28 ounces, not by far the biggest found, but sure started a gold rush down South of Stanton, Arizona. Other nuggets like the recent California "Butte Nugget" have re-sparked interest in metal detecting the California placers. There still are a lot of big nuggets being found, some being shown, others kept secret. Another place up at Ric
  4. Hello All, Seen this on Minelab's Facebook page earlier today. Don't know the details, beyond it was found with a GPZ 7000 and sounds like a a recent find. This is what the article said -
  5. 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.
  6. Minelab GPX 5000 Pro Package Now for $4000.00 Shipped That is right folks, Minelab Americas has recently reduced the MAP price on the Minelab GPX 5000 Pro Package from $5995.00 down to $4000.00 starting now. There will be a huge demand for this metal detector since it's one of the top of the line PI's for gold nugget hunting. You can also apply a 15% Military Discount towards the $4000.00 price with the proof of a DD214 or Military ID. We here at Rob's Detector Sales are also offering FREE shipping, Arizona Field Training and Unlimited Support beyond the sale.
  7. Hello All, Here is a great video from Australia of Walt and Liz finding gold with the new NF 17x13 Evolution Searchcoil - We now stock this coil and offer free shipping - http://www.robsdetectors.com/nugget-finder-17-inch-evolution-searchcoil
  8. Hello all, On another thread there was some talk about the first SD2000's to hit the US soil. Here is a picture of some long time friends all using the SD2000's not long after the first release of them. Pictures Left to Right are - Al Barber, Brett Foster, Rob Allison and Patrick Kennison. This picture was taken back in the early 90's on the slopes of Rich Hill. Hey AZNuggetBob, you might have seen this picture before. Not sure on the price of the SD2000's, you might be right at the $2000 or so range new. It was a huge investment for me at that time, but well worth it. I think I fou
  9. Hello All, Not sure if anyone remembers Brett Foster, but he was one of the early Minelab PI pioneers. Brett and I hunted together a bunch in Arizona, even swung a few times with him in Northern Nevada. I know he loved that damn "Lunker Hill," if anyone out there knows where that was. The picture below was taken back in early 2000 at Rich Hill. Pictured left to right is, Al Barber, Brett Foster, Rob Allison & Patrick K. I still remember that day like it was yesterday. We all scored some decent nuggets. Sure miss those good old days. Take care, Rob Allison