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Hi There
Back after a couple of years. Life happens right!
Anyway been out hitting it hard in my rural area where I've NEVER seen another detector.
Use a V3i and feel like I'm hearing what its saying most of the time.
Have picked up lots of clad. 1 gold plated ring and yesterday a little sterling earing. And a couple of Wheaties.
Anyway just bought a used Equinox 800 I'm anxiously awaiting for its arrival and to start learning its language.

Man I see things have changed with the forum and Whites!
What's the scoop?

Mark kus

Well-known member
Once you go to a Minelab you'll never look back!


Active member
Mkus said:
Once you go to a Minelab you'll never look back!

Well I love my Whites old MXT and the V3i but I look forward to the opportunity to see what Minelab is like


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Nel and Sunray left too. (Nokta and Makro are a combined entity.)
The ads they were buying help pay to keep this forum up, and free to users; but when they stop sponsoring there is no listing..
Some have been folded into other forums, Whites for example is here.
Others like Nautilus, Detector Pro and Tesoro are now out of business, and can be found in Beep and Dig, or other places.
Do a search on Finds to locate things.