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Minelab GPX 5000: Bubble Eyed Relic Hunt

ldhrelics

Active member
I was finally able to get me a GPX 5000 after years of wanting one. After recently having eye surgery to repair a retina detachment I was able to get out and do a little detecting. The conditions were not the best with the high grass and dry ground, but I'd call it a good day to be out.

 

Missouri -- Ma Betty

Well-known member
I was finally able to get me a GPX 5000 after years of wanting one. After recently having eye surgery to repair a retina detachment I was able to get out and do a little detecting. The conditions were not the best with the high grass and dry ground, but I'd call it a good day to be out.

Prayers for healing sent to Jesus for you! May your finds be many with hunting becoming much easier! Ma
 

ldhrelics

Active member

Antietamdigger

Active member
I was finally able to get me a GPX 5000 after years of wanting one. After recently having eye surgery to repair a retina detachment I was able to get out and do a little detecting. The conditions were not the best with the high grass and dry ground, but I'd call it a good day to be out.

I have two gpx’s , hunt daily with them, deepest machine in all ground conditions, might have to get a bigger shovel ! God bless and keep healing
 

JCR TX

Well-known member
Enjoyed the video. Glad you are doing all better and able to get out with the new detector. I am looking forward to your comparison tests to see how the Tarsacci holds against the GPX.
 
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