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Which HF coil to get????
Posted by: Germs73
Date: August 03, 2017 09:13PM
I'm looking to buy one of the new HF coils...but not sure which to get...I'm leaning forward the elliptical coil but is there a big difference between the 2?....does one get better depth?...I'm mostly interested in finding coins and relics...any help will be appreciated...thx

Re: Which HF coil to get????N/T
Posted by: Germs73
Date: August 03, 2017 09:13PM

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Re: Which HF coil to get????
Posted by: martygene
Date: August 03, 2017 09:23PM
i guess it would depend on how trashy your sites are.

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Maybe the 9" HF?
Posted by: Old California
Date: August 05, 2017 12:04PM
I have both HF coils, both are great and have strengths as well as weaknesses.

If I had to select only one, say for open areas yet detect area's with thick iron I would go with the 9" HF. Mainly because of depth and coverage, the 9" HF coil is still terrific for trashy areas with amazing separation.

Elliptical HF coil is a great choice, but the 9" gets the coverage yet still has remarkable separation close to the elliptical.

Good luck,
Paul



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Re: Which HF coil to get????
Posted by: Sataro
Date: August 22, 2017 11:07AM
Thanks for the info... I also would like to purchase one of the HF coils but I had heard that the elliptical didn 't get the depth that the 9" got.



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Paul, ole buddy, ole pal . . .
Posted by: Tony N (Michigan)
Date: August 22, 2017 11:33AM
I realize your soil is vastly different from where I live in Michigan, but what kind of depth do you get with the 9" HF in your soil?

Do you use it for gold nuggets or coins or both?

Tony

Re: Which HF coil to get????
Posted by: squirrel1
Date: August 22, 2017 11:58PM
I have the elliptical HF coil.

Been playing with it for couple days.

Seems deep enough in my ground.
Handles my ground (medium minerlization) extremely well.

Did run the round HF coil a few weeks back, but not enough time to give worthy opinion.

This elliptical baby separates well.
Use of the higher freqs, will increase separation in iron when looking for nonferrous.

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Re: Paul, ole buddy, ole pal . . .
Posted by: Old California
Date: August 23, 2017 02:49AM
Hello Tony,

Depending on soil conditions, getting between 6" to 10" inches with the 9" HF coil. I'm more of a relic hunter, do search for coins though when after gold jewelry at parks and school grounds as this type of hunting is very relaxing.

Although I live near nugget territory, always choose relic hunting over nugget's relics and Gold rush era coins are easier to find.

Have a new site to hunt soon, Ghost town from mid 1860's. Just found it, will share finds if they surface. The town was buried from the 1867 flood, piece's of the puzzle finally came together. Took me several year's to find it, very excited.

Have a good weekend Tony, enjoy reading your post.
HH, Paul



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Whites GoldMaster BFO
Compass Klodike BFO
Bountyhunter BFO
FisherScope TR
Metrotech TR
Detectron TR
Rayscope TR
Mity Mite TR
Garrett BFO
D-Tex BFO
Goldak TR
Relco BFO
Jecto BFO
Teknetics
Roach TR

Re: Which HF coil to get????
Posted by: squirrel1
Date: August 23, 2017 02:37PM
Little more info on HF elliptical.
Folks this coil is for real.

Does anyone think they could have a coin at a mere 2" deep in carpet of nails. And you haven't detected yet?
Well, this elliptical coil is super duper separator in nails.

Jaw dropping experiences so far with what I have seen.

Been focused so far on using 28.8 kHz.
At reactvity level 3,, put this thing in a nail pit in full tones 0 disc and listen.

You think you heard the different nails using LF coils on Deus?
I thought I had, enter HF elliptical..

Real slicer and dicer in nails.
Funny thing is nonferrous pops through like it is solo sitting in these sites with no nails or iron around.
Gotta see to believe.
I am a believer.

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