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Something all Detectorists should know prior to making a selection

texkinzee

Active member
Your area's Geography. I live in Central Virginia in the Red Zone. The type of bedrock will dictate the way your detector will work. I discovered this many years ago when using a traditional VLF in Culpeper Va. As bedrock condition's
change so does your peformance.
 

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straker

Active member
Your area's Geography. I live in Central Virginia in the Red Zone. The type of bedrock will dictate the way your detector will work. I discovered this many years ago when using a traditional VLF in Culpeper Va. As bedrock condition's
change so does your peformance.
Thanks for sharing!
 

texkinzee

Active member
Try Geological Survey.
 
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