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Re: Excalibur Changing it's tunes
Posted by: surfman
Date: September 05, 2017 12:22PM
Most likely your coil passed over iron and the change in threshold tone indicated just that. The next good signal would switch it back till you hit iron again. I usually just swing towards my scoop and it changes back to the better tone. That's what it seems like to me anyway.

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)

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