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Cors Scout and Patriot is a winner!
Posted by: yukonbuck
Date: September 23, 2017 09:39AM
Planted a 11.5" merc. Stock coil not able to pick it up. The Cors Scout was able to pull it out. Its also a much quieter coil. Less chatter in SE. My prelimimary opinion is that its a definate winner with an inch, give or take, over the stock coil. A little heavier but i dont mind. Very solidly built. So i would highly recommend as of now but I dont have any real field time yet. I'll keep ya posted.

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Re: Cors Scout and Patriot is a winner!
Posted by: REVIER
Date: September 23, 2017 11:35AM
I have the Nel Sharpshooter on my F70, same coil as the Fortune, the companies are owned by brothers so all coils seem to be the same between them but with different names.
I hit tiny silver on my first hunt, a bunch of stuff after, handles my really difficult dirt well and I seem to be getting unusually deep here...quietly.
Hit a nickel in some sand that was still mineralized at like 10-11" with the thing even though it is a smaller coil....impressive!

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Re: Cors Scout and Patriot is a winner!
Posted by: yukonbuck
Date: September 23, 2017 12:19PM
Yea man, i would say even though the scout/hunter is about the same size as the stock coil its still worth the upgrade. Now the patriot is just as deep as my Blisstool with the 10 inch coil.

Re: Cors Scout and Patriot is a winner!
Posted by: hsimmons75
Date: September 23, 2017 04:11PM
I have the NEL Sharpshooter and Hunter for my Patriot. I love the Sharpshooter, great separation and depth for the coil size. It has found good targets at sites I've hit pretty hard with the factory coil. I haven't had much time with the Hunter, but I have noticed it is quieter and swings nice. I am really looking forward to getting out there with it more, but work keeps getting in the way.

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