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« on: October 11, 2017, 03:48:31 pm »
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i would like to show the type of ground i am detecting most of the time.
in the photos you can see the layers of black sand.
And there are many.
Add to it salty water,iron stone,and lot of iron junk.
Not many detectors can work this ground and conditions,
if your detector can please let me know, the make and model
especially in you are in Australia-Melbourne

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« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2017, 05:05:31 pm »
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PI sounds like your GO TO OPTION .

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Quote:Posted by homefire
PI sounds like your GO TO OPTION .

yes that's truth
But the VLF can cut some of the iron off.
i am trying to find out what type of VLF's are working on this type of ground

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« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2017, 05:42:37 pm »
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   The GMT would not only work but be able to tell you about how much Black Sands there is.  Wont discriminate the Iron but Grunts letting you know what it is.  Problem with that detector is at 48Khz your not going to get very deep.

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Wonder how the CZ-21 would do. I have used mine in light black sands. Here is what Fisher says>> "Highly Mineralized Soil or Sand. The Auto-Tune Mode is recommended for black and gray beaches or highly mineralized soil. Under these conditions it may be necessary to lower the sensitivity level and sweep several inches off the ground. Gold nuggets are generally found in highly mineralized soil so this will be the search mode of choice for prospectors."

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