Find's Treasure Forums

Welcome to Find's Treasure Forums, Guests!

You are viewing this forums as a guest which limits you to read only status.

Only registered members may post stories, questions, classifieds, reply to other posts, contact other members using built in messaging and use many other features found on these forums.

Why not register and join us today? It's free! (We don't share your email addresses with anyone.) We keep email addresses of our users to protect them and others from bad people posting things they shouldn't.

Click here to register!



Need Support Help?

Cannot log in?, click here to have new password emailed to you

Changed email? Forgot to update your account with new email address? Need assistance with something else?, click here to go to Find's Support Form and fill out the form.

7" Concentric or 5x9 DD in horrible soil

ystfrk

New member
Howdy,

I hunt in old ghost towns, littered with nails, flat iron, with loads of coal and coke mixed in.

Sounds lovely doesn't it!

I was wondering which type of coil you think would work the best?

Thank you!
 

Monte

Well-known member
... or homesteads, pioneer and military encampments, stage stops, gold mining camps and towns, logging camps and towns, and other similar sites that abound with nails and other debris, many with an abundance of rusty tin. To best handle the densely littered sites and also deal with brush, weed growth and building rubble, I keep smaller-size search coils mounted on all my detectors for full-time use.

My Makro Racer 2 has the 7" Concentric coil mounted and ready-to-go, and it serves me well for the bulk of my needs. I do have a smaller 'OOR' DD mounted on a spare lower rod in my Accessory Coil Tote for really nasty conditions, but get along just fine with the 7" Concentric most of the time. This coil is really good at audibly and visually classifying rusty tin which is the most annoying trash out there.

Monte
 
Top