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« on: July 23, 2013, 11:14:23 AM »

Hi Guys & Girls

Another trip to the beach....

Still no gold.....but sods law, and just to rub salt in the wounds, I took a mate of mine to try out my new Euroace I bought in an auction, he has a 150 and I wanted to show him the difference...

As soon as I got to the beach I turned on my G 2 after setting him up with the 350, no sooner had I pumped the machine for ground balance, he started shouting and dancing about....Fisst dig within minutes a lovely silver stone encrusted ring....

As expected I congratulated him ( gutted  :tosser: ) and carried on..... I wanted to take advantage of the low tide and hit the wet sand....pull tabs, pull tabs and more pull tabs....

soon I had done all the wet sand so I headed to the dry area, about £ 15.oo in variuos coins and then..............A HIT........I found a ring, shining and yellow... But the metal detector gods are toying with me 8-/  8-/  it was a copper bling ring....If that wasnt bad enough as I called my mate over to see the ring ( still thinking it was gold at this time ) he got a hit right near me.......... the stuffy B++*** another silver ring....


I must have been a right bad fellow in my past life.... Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I need to invest in a Garrett sea hunter or an Excalibur II   Grin





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« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2013, 12:28:00 PM »

Why mend it when it aint broke.  Cheesy

You seem to be doing well enough with the detector you've got. Remember what they say about a fool and his money soon being parted.

That's a fantastic nights detecting. Enough to make most here a bit green with envy.

Val
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« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2013, 12:39:20 PM »

Why mend it when it aint broke.  Cheesy

You seem to be doing well enough with the detector you've got. Remember what they say about a fool and his money soon being parted.

That's a fantastic nights detecting. Enough to make most here a bit green with envy.

Val


heheheheh
Your quite right what you say, the teknetics G 2 is suprissingly brilliant on wet sand, but the build quality is my worry,its not water tight if I drop it whilst in the wash, game over, and the fine sand aswell...

No doubt that the water tight machines are the tool for the job, as wel as being a Pulse Induction to get down to that hard pack sand for the heavier yellow metal.......

Knowing my luck, fishing weights..heehheh

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