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A way to check big iron

Irvin D Burke

New member
This is the way I was showed to check if your target is big iron with explorer xs and I'm sure with others.You get a good tone , move coil away from target and turn on pinpoint and move it over target again if your target has moved from the spot you thought it was it is big iron the good sound was the halo effect .This is I'm sure old hat to old hunters but new hunters may find it useful.
 

DougF

Member
Good tip - I swing at the target from several directions and if it seems to shift location I pass on it. I'll try your method.
 

braveheart1954

New member
Here's the thing.. You want to dig big iron!!!..Thats what you gold coins are going to be buried in! ;) ...or it may be a great relic!
 

Irvin D Burke

New member
Your right if that's what your looking for ,I've gotten spoiled by tone Id , that's why I have a vaquero if it sounds good I dig . With the explore I do dig Big Iron when it really sounds good l know it bigger than a nail.
 

bbqman

New member
This is an old post but exactly what I was looking for, thanks. I am trying to find old axes and hatchets.
 
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