Review: “The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced”

“The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” By Steve Herschbach (Detector Prospector Forum Administrator) “The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” by Clive Clynick is the first book available about the new Minelab Equinox metal detectors. The 8.5″ x 5.5″ format book is 111 pages of densely packed information that is intended to help new […]

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2016 Gold

Kind of old news but a good picture.  Cross is 14k 18.9 gr.  Whilte gold lunker is also 14k 18.5 gr.   Try my pre-hunt mantra–“big heavy gold–big heavy gold…”

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Last Weeks Loot Minelab Equinox 800 and “Cuda.”

Had some luck with the Minelab Equinox and Cuda last week. The Equinox is a great edge cherry picker–gets right in amongst the caps and pins. Trick is to recognise the junk first–especially those “cap patterns.”  Cuda is a great workhorse deeper than any VLF. A tip I would give is to always look for […]

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My Buddy’s Seated Minelab Equinox Coin Spill Find!

Halfs all 1860’s English shillings 1830 and 40–unbeliveable. …found in Canada no less…by Bruce Campell, BC using the Minelab  Equinox 800–he’s a hard worker.

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A Quick Pulse Hunting Primer

When you go to the lower uSc ranges–its necessary to do certain thingss to mediate the micro conductors. This may involve coil control (determining the solidiy) using the cross sweep and multiple passes, or doing some “foot digging” to make sure the target is not a small target on the surface. It’s also important to […]

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Quite a Nice Minelab Equinox 800 Find Today

Scored a band today 18k 9.6 gr. with the  Minelab Equinox 800 using Gold 2 / confirming with Park 2 A/M. set as “User Mode” Qiite like this sytem G2 is super deep and tells the size well, P2A/M tells the consistency and also makes a nice search mode in iron or where the signals […]

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Book Excerpt: “Using the Minelab Equinox’s Solid Target Bias to Improve Your Accuracy”

Solid Target Bias As touched upon above, the Minelab Equinox has the built in feature of promoting round, solid, non-alloyed objects, while inhibiting responses from elongated, odd-shaped, corroded or alloyed metals–like tin for example.  These come in as rough or broken tones.  There are dozens of “U-Tube” videos out of guys hunting with the Equinox– […]

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A Few Gold and Silver Finds (Minelab CTX and Minelab Equinox 800)

Some gold and silver from the last few hunts using the Minelab Equinox and the CTX 3030. Largest band is 14k 10.4 grams, a GoPro Hero 5 ($200 US resale), and a 3 oz. vermeil Russian chain. Getting good results with the Equinox on land (no w/p phones yet) on the small gold.  Oh and […]

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3 Cudas

Best gold-optimized pulses ever made IMHO, 9v, stable, black sand beast…. All working-I’ll be buried with them… cjc

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…a satisfied customer–thanks!

I have purchased virtually every book that Clive has written. All have paid for themselves many times over. These are not rewritten user manuals, these are well written books that teach you what questions to ask, and teaches you how to answer them. A good critique of a machine thru the eyes of an experienced […]

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