Field Instructions Saturday was a Success!


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Hello All,

  This last Saturday a good friend and nuggetshooter and I conducted field instructions for 6 customers.  Some of these customers came as far away as New York, Illinois and Colorado.  We had two Minelab GPZ 7000 Customers and 4 GPX customers.  We spent the first couple of hours going over the detectors and then everyone broke out to metal detecting the area for gold.  One customer within 15 minutes with the Minelab GPX 5000 scored a nice quartz and gold specimen, which got everyone pumped up.  

My field instructor and long time friend brought a nice collection of gold and specimens he found recently.  This friend is one hell of a nuggetshooter and really gave the customers some great tips and tricks throughout the day.  

His display of just nugget gold was well over a pound and then many specimens with random amounts of gold within.  Most of the specimens were found with the Minelab Equinox 800, which was very impressive to see.  Some didn't have much gold showing, but really screamed out on the Equinox 800 in the Gold Mode.  

Although the weather was down in the low 40's most of the day with some cloud cover, everyone really enjoyed it.  

Thanks you all for your business and remember we offer a "lifetime of support" beyond the sale.  

Picture 1 - Customer from Tucson, new Minelab GPZ 7000 owner
Picture 2 - Field Trainers beautiful collection of nuggets and specimens
Picture 3 - Another collection of gold
Picture 4 - Jeff from New York, new Minelab GPX 5000 owner
Picture 5 - Jeff's nice quartz and gold specimen, found with GPX 5000 and NF 14x9 EVO Mono
Picture 6 - Jeff, new GPX 4800 owner
Not Pictured - Al from Illinois, new GPZ 7000 owner & Glenn and his Wife, new GPX 4500 owners

 

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Nice specie, glad one of them got something. 😁

Tom H. 

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