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Re: Knob basics
Posted by: surfman
Date: May 12, 2017 08:32PM
All of the Anderson stuff is top notch. Have a lot of there stuff. The stock Minelab knobs break easily and often. One thing to remember with the Excal is fresh water wash down after every hunt. A lot of fresh water. Take it apart often. Take care of it and it will take care of you.

Been in the detecting hobby for around 17 years. Currently using; Minelab CTX3030 w/stock and 6" coils. For beach and water I have two Minelab Excaliburs. An Excal II, 10"on an Anderson Carbon Fiber over and under and a Blue 1000 with a 12x10sef on a green Anderson over and under. Both with remote PP and modified headphones.

Oldest Copper; 1694 King William&Mary

Oldest Silver; 1792 Half Reale

Gold Coin; 1852 $1.00 (Found with ATPro)

YouTube Channel; surfman1968


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