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So the Axiom, think its curtins for the Atx


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Just hope the Axiom won't have all the cable troubles. Seems it's better constructed. Can't submerge it though. Wonder how many guys hunt gold with a detector? Definitely a tool for a specialist.

jim tn

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From what I know and hear, we have a goodl=y number of gold hunters here in. the U S and in other parts of the world gold detectors are sold by the tens of thousands. HH jim tn


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So, I'm reading that the Axiom is getting some Very good results from the Gold fields. That's to counter the Flack coming from some that haven't even touched the machine. Although I have no where to use the Axiom it's good to hear some positive early results. Good luck Garrett


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Axiom is a discriminating pulse induction, like a new and improved ATX in a modern lighter design and more coils selections.
ATX submersible to 10 feet, Axiom water resistant "rain proof enclosure" ... meaning don't dunk it. Lack of water proof to 10 feet will keep me from buying one.


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Seems like I need one of those also. Stretched to the limit?


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I was just discussing this yesterday with one of my prospecting buddies in Arizona. He was on a video with Andy from Andy and Amy’s Arizona adventures showing the Axiom and the GPX6000. He told me that the axiom looks like it will be a good machine based on what he saw in an area where all the gold is known to be very small. He and I both felt that the real issue will be just getting people to buy the unit. Every Garrett gold machine so far has looked very promising but actually just not delivered compared to Minelab. Basically the idea is that marketing is not going to sell this machine, only make people aware of it. It will take people in the field who decide to go ahead and take a chance and buy one, then have great results to show the prospecting world what it will do before very many people will pay about the same amount for the axiom as they would for a used GPZ 7000. That desert is full of blue machines! I myself went SDC over ATX and have not regretted it for a millisecond. Having said that, the HOPE is that it will be a winner! It can only be good for the prospecting world to have some competition for once!