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Coils

wildbill!!

New member
Looking at the 5x8 DD vs 4.5 sniper coil. I'm relic hunting in an iron infested spot. I need some feedback on these coils
 

vwpittman

Member
5x8 comes stock on the Gold, I have found plenty of relics with mine. Good choice.
 

ChuckM689

New member
I'm really happy with the 5x8 on my AT Max. Been able to pick out plenty of good stuff scattered amoungts the trash and getting some good depth as well. Good alternative to the stock coil in heavy trash for sure.
 

wildbill!!

New member
I'm really happy with the 5x8 on my AT Max. Been able to pick out plenty of good stuff scattered amoungts the trash and getting some good depth as well. Good alternative to the stock coil in heavy trash for sure.
That's what I was hoping for. I have used it in a semi trashy area and found a few goodies in the iron that I missed with the stock coil.
 

DWerk

New member
My Pro came with the 8 1/2 x 11 and the 5 x 8. I do a lot of water detecting and found the large coil to be a pain to use in the water as well as on land due to extra weight and with the larger size could not get in between the rocks and bushes in the field. I took the large coil off after using it once and have not had it back on the machine since... 5x8 light weight, easy to maneuver, don't get pushed around as much by water current/waves..
 
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