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Gold Hound Freq.

RG-DeepTech

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Yesterday was the first outing in UK with Vista GOLD HOUND and David Beechfield-Brown - result was four coins
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"I received my Gold Hound yesterday from MDO! What a great detector. Very sharp audio plus all the best qualities of a Deeptech detector, fast, great discrimination and depth.
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Only managed 30 minutes out with it last night but came home with 4 coins and numerous ring pulls and non-ferrous trash. I don’t think it misses much! "
 

RG-DeepTech

Active member
Findmall Sponsor
The guy who posted yesterday the movie above posted his quick air test about the unit - copy/paste his words from Facebook:
"New Deeptech Vista Gold Hound. I did a few air tests this evening. Now I know air tests don’t relate to in ground depths but I then follow follow them up with in ground tests. When looking at the results remember this is a 30khz detector.
These tests were run with the machine running silent, ie not fully open and chattering. It was also done in discrimination mode, with discrimination set at the default of 3. It could be pushed for a little more depth
The first object on the left is a .22 air gun pellet at 5 inches! The next object is a tiny button 6-7mm in diameter……pretty impressive! "
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