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Nexus MPV 3


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Has anyone used one of these analogue detectors. Any reviews.
I watched a video of a guy in new york digging on a park with this monster detector, i only have one thing to say , don't use this detector on parks or you will give the hobby a bad name.
You will be digging very wide and very deep holes. .lol you would be in the newspapers for digging craters so deep on a park over here.


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On you tube his handle in Beep n Dig Relic Hunting. I think he is in Louisiana.
I think they're 2 different guys using this machine. Anyway, interesting machine. Both are using a big DD coil. I think I would have chosen the high frequency 9" concentric for trashy areas. I've always felt it's easier to learn a machine with a smaller coil. But that's just me.


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I am the Beep n Dig Relic hunting guy. Still learning but am loving it so far. Bought it with the 13” DD. I gave two more coils arriving next week , including a 11.5” concentric.

Beep n Dig
I wish you great success with it Capphd. I'm watching all the videos on YouTube.