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Equinox, Ring in Iron Test Video


Good video, thanks!

Did you have any issues with, after taking a plug out of the hole, getting a signal on the machine as you ran the coil over the plug or hose? Mine seems to quite often 'forget' whatever it was looking for and almost every time I cannot get a tone or number on the target I just pulled out in the plug. Multiple times I have to find it with the pin pointer. Maybe I have the sense too high, whatever!

I find nickels to do quite a bit of bouncing, 12-14, but if there is nothing else in the hole or nearby it will settle on 13. The small rectangular pull tabs/pop tops, seem to ring up very solid 13. Wheats if deep tend to come up 24 bouncing up to 25, but clad dimes almost always do the opposite, start around 25 and bounce up to 26-27. Most of the silver dimes (5 total( have been in the 27-29 range, and the two silver quarters have been a solid 32. Zincs seem to be pretty consistent at 19-21. Aluminum screw caps at 23, but lots of times a high tone and number is a copper or brass fitting or small pipe. I am trying to learn to 'size' them with the pin point.

Again, good video! Colors are great! Made me want to go deer hunting! lol