MInelab Excalibur, Whites Dual Field

Another Shot of Some Loot From Parks and Beaches…

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Some Gold from the Past Few Years…

It’s about 7 pounds and represents a lot of water up the nose… cjc

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A Minelab Care Equinox Tip

Probably not as fun as some of the great in-iron Equinox methods our U.K buddies are discovering but just as important.  All detector cables wear.  A good and highly knowledgeable buddy of mine once told me:  “your cables are like your veins.”  Great advice.  I’m on my second coil with this detector–and am resolved to […]

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Identifying “Can Slaw” (or any Problem Target) with the Equinox

Got a good question from a guy today:  “…wondering the best way to identify, conquer and quit digging  aluminum can slaw, its spread all over on some park sites near my home.” This is a good question to illustrate the value of developing broad based target testing skills–even if you don’t use them all the […]

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Gold 2 as a Beach or Pasture Mode for the Equinox

This is an excellent mode (G2) for using the Equinox’s speed and bias to pick out clean metal amongst alloys and iron. I run it with some disc (to +6) to stabilize and use the cross sweep to determine how an object relates to the surrounding ground.  (This disc setting is more of a practice […]

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Some of my Top Pro Buddy’s Recent Finds

Some of my top pro buddy’s recent finds. 19 gr. chain, 12.2 gr. 14k with stones, and a massive Cartier band… clivesgoldpage.com

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The Minelab Equinox: An Advanced Guide: Book Reviews

…a few more Minelab Equinox Book Reviews… I’m so excited about this new Minelab metal detector, I’m a newbie, and your “An Advanced Guide”, Equinox series is filled with readable and understandable information and instructions, you’ve made my day!  KC Great 2nd book for the Minelab Equinox its full of great tips and how to […]

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An Indian Head and Two Wheats

IH is 1898 two Lincons 1919 and a 10 K GF with sterling band from down at the same level.  Quite a good hunt for a heavily worked site although some silver from that era would have been nice.  

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The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” (Readers Write…)

The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” (Book Reviews) Reader Feedback “The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” by Clive James Clynick (2018) Received the book. Excellent information within! Great for beginning with the Nox, as well as advanced settings and techniques for experienced users. CG Great reference that I will refer to often. Very […]

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CTX in Tadpole 4

So this is not a find to shake the earth but where it’s from makes it a biggie for me. We have a truck grove here that even Victorian stuff comes out of.   It’s hunted to death but there’s a lot of iron.   Ran Tadpole 4 with Ghost as a checker and right were I […]

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