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Hello from Pittsburgh!

Hello. I have been detecting for quite a few years and have been a member of the local club for a little over 6 years. I started off with a Bounty Hunter Lone star, moved up to a Teknetics Patriot and now running a Nox 800 - couldn't pass up the deal I found this past fall. I do all kinds of detecting - parks, finding old home sites and what not. This year will be the year to start door knocking. If anyone has a Coiltek 10x5 that they are willing to part with please PM me. I have been using the 6" quite often and would like the happy medium a coil. Thanks! Mark


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Welcome to the forum from a fellow western PA detectorist, good choice on the Nox, it is a great detector. I don't have the Coiltek 5x10 but I am sure it will give you better ground coverage and still have excellent separation and depth. Even the little 6 inch has pretty good depth for it's size, I have found a lot of good targets with the 6 inch coil in heavy nail infestation areas. GL HH