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« on: April 08, 2011, 09:46:53 pm »
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This is my first Post on this forum.

To be honest, i only joined because i need help with my brand new metal detector, an x-terra 705, never had an MD before.  Undecided so i don't know how to use it, everything is new to me.

I guess the best way to lean is to go out and try it, that's what i'm gonna do.

Sorry, if i don't have much to say at this moment, but i'll let you know what happens.

Now i have to go up and down this forum to find tips and tricks for my x-terra, for what i have seen there's a lot of valuable information, thanks for that, hope i can give something back in the future.

Thanks again for this great place to learn and share.

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« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2011, 10:11:49 pm »
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 Hello &  Welcome to the forum from S.E.Ks.  Shake Hand . You will find   Detecting just about everthing you need to know on thunting  Idea and if not...just ask. There are many  Laola Laola fellow detectorist here willing to help in anyway they can so don't be shy and don't forget to share your finds like these guys below. happy hunting  Detecting  Waveing

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« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2011, 10:16:24 pm »
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Hello Numis

And welcome from France

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Thanks Cache and Luc, France is a long way from here but hope to be there one day, the US is my second home, one of these days i'll be  Detecting in south california.  Cool

Ok, have to go turn on my detector and listen to the sounds it makes.  Grin

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Thanks Cache and Luc, France is a long way from here but hope to be there one day, the US is my second home, one of these days i'll be  Detecting in south california.  Cool

Ok, have to go turn on my detector and listen to the sounds it makes.  Grin

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Grab  some coins, paper clip. pull tabs off a can of soda etc...Run your new detector over the different objects  at different heights and pratice pratice and pratice somemore...

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Hello, numis......welcome from Arizona.   Yes, the best way to learn your detector is to use it. But you will find lots of tips here (especially in our beginners board) and lots of members who are willing to share advice and experience.

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Hi Numis,

Welcome aboard & it's great to have you here!

Good luck in your hunting & this will be your home away from home in a short time...

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Thanks Cache and Luc, France is a long way from here but hope to be there one day, the US is my second home, one of these days i'll be  Detecting in south california.  Cool

Ok, have to go turn on my detector and listen to the sounds it makes.  Grin

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Now i have to go up and down this forum to find tips and tricks for my x-terra, for what i have seen there's a lot of valuable information, thanks for that, hope i can give something back in the future.

Welcome from Australia!

When you become a full member with 25 posts, the Search Block will become available to you and help you along. In the mean time, browse the Minelab forums for advice.

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Thanks BitburgAggie_7377, Poseidon-Jim, GoldDigger1950 and homefire! Smiley

I used the 705 yesterday in an old friend's house and i found a couple coins (not that old), a rusty piece of nut or bolt, a very small piece of aluminum and.. that's it.  Grin


Got a little counfused with all the different beeps the MD does, but now that i used it, it's easy to see that the x-terra can find anything, just have to learn a few tricks and tips about it, and learn to listen to it so i know what it's telling me.

That's right cache, have to go dig some holes and put some different coins and metals parts in them so i can listen to the different sounds it makes.

Let's start diggin' my friends!

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