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gold metal detectors Free Metal Detecting Tips Sweep Techniques Using the Minelab Sovereign Author: Internet Tip Every time I see a post by a former Minelab user stating they didn't get more than 4 or 5 inches in depth, I try to figure out how this can happen. The only things I can come up with are, the sweep speed, and sweep of the coil itself. I believe first of all the rod length is the most important. Some manuals tell you to make the rod length so that your arm will hang..

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metal detector treasure hunter Free Metal Detecting Tips Pothole digs for coins and rings in the wet zone Author: Internet Tip ( If you dredge for gold, this is like sniping or crevacing for nuggets on bedrock) Again, when conditions are right, you can dig out deeper pockets on the hardpan or bedrock when the sand layer is thin or washed off from a large cut. Some of our rocky coves have had one side stripped of all sand from a south swell surge, combined with high tides, leavi..

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metal detector uk Free Metal Detecting Tips How to find Land Sites to Hunt Author: Internet Tip First of all, I want to say that because of where I live, I hunt primarily for older coins and jewelry is only an occasional byproduct. There are many ways in which I find older sites to detect. First and foremost is my mouth! I talk about and promote my hobby with almost everyone I come in contact with. From my friends, my barber, the guy next to me in the restaurant, at weddings,..

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treasure baron cointrax metal detectors Free Metal Detecting Tips Swinging the Minelab Sovereign Author: Internet Tip With the beeping detectors you swing the coil back and forth and every time you pass over a target you get just that a beep, while you do get a signal with this type swing on the Sov, to get a solid signal on the target your sweep should become narrower and narrower til your hot spot just above it and the coil is just wiggling no more than a half inch over it. t..

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metal detector fisher Free Metal Detecting Tips Hunting in Iron infested Areas Author: Internet Tip How much iron and or mineralization is in the ground dictates how your threshold will react. In fairly clean areas you should be able to pump up the sensitivity to where you either lose the threshold to a null, or you get too much falsing from airborne interference, and still be able to swing the coil at a reasonable pace. As a general rule when you get a solid null, you should e..

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metal detector repair Free Metal Detecting Tips How Deep Will The Minelab Sovereign Go? Author: Internet Tip Although I know the Sov will do 10" on a dime and I have no doubt that you are telling it exactly the way you see it, two things about your story make me a little dubious. 1.If it's certain that the ground had never been disturbed, then it's highly unlikely that a '67 could have been that deep, especially when it's nearby companions were at 3-4". 2.You say it sounded t..

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wisconsin metal detecting treasure hunting Free Metal Detecting Tips Coaxing coins from an iron laden sand pile Author: Internet Tip With the Minelab Sovereign or other dectector, scrub the surface slowly centering over each null in discriminate. If the sound will chirp at all nextto the iron object, it's likely to be a coin. Even though you can't get the pitch to go up to the same height with each pass it's still a target worth investigating. Sometimes the iron is so thick tha..