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  1. This detector has now been sold. Thanks, Don
  2. Price lowered to $300 shipped! (Final Price Drop) -Don
  3. Price now $350 Shipped! -Don
  4. Price dropped to $400 and free shipping in the USA. Thanks, Don
  5. Price dropped to $450 including free shipping in the USA. -Don
  6. I have a Nokta Au Gold Finder detector for sale. This super sensitive 56 Khz detector is incredible on small gold. It will find the smallest gold specimens, pickers, & nuggets. I am only selling because I have too many detectors at the moment. This detector includes ONLY the 5" round coil. I DO NOT have the 10" elliptical coil. It runs on 4 AA Batteries and is "water resistant". (And I no longer have the original box it came in.) I am asking $500 which includes free shipping in the USA. Please call, text, or email if interested. Thanks, Don (in Washington State) Phone: 206-755-8927 Email: minersgear@gmail.com
  7. This coil has now been sold. Thanks, Don
  8. Price dropped to $375 & Free Shipping in the USA. Thanks, Don
  9. I have a lightly used 25" Nugget Finder Advantage coil for sale. This coil is in excellent condition and has only been used a few times. It's the deepest coil I have ever owned for large gold! $425 and Free Shipping within the USA. Please email or call if interested. Thanks, Don Newell 206-755-8927 donnewell10@gmail.com
  10. Don71

    ATX vs GPX

    I would like to see a big nugget test done with the ATX using a Mono coil. (Since DD Coils are known to lose 20% depth vs the same size mono)
  11. Don71

    coils 12 X 19 or 18 inch round

    The 18" Round Mono will go a few inches (1-3") deeper than the 18.5" Elliptical Goldstalker coil on larger nuggets. I used to own both of these coils and compared them. Sold both of them because they were too large for my terrain and I picked up a lot of interference here. But way out in the wide open desert is probably a different story. -Don
  12. Your post made me think of this recent UK article I read. (Interesting Psychology of the Green Meanies) http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/7458105/Liars-cheats-thieves-the-terrible-truth-about-the-mean-greens.html Summary: Many of the Greens turn out to be greedy and even amoral or unethical misers in disguise. They don't want others making any profits or having any fun in life. They use the Green movement to show others that they are superior but it is all a fraud. I know of a person in my life who is exactly as they describe. Always pretending to be above everybody else and always TAKING away from others. He is constantly talking green products and business whether it makes business sense or not. His real motive is that he enjoys watching others fail and feel pain.
  13. Don71

    Metal Detectors and Detecting

    Here is the Forest Service own policy (and the law) regarding metal detecting on public land. (PDF File) http://www.fs.fed.us/geology/For%20Web%20posting%20on%20Locatables%20page/Mineral%20and%20Rock%20Collecting%20on%20the%20National%20Forests.pdf
  14. Don71

    A Few Washington State Pieces

    Hello Jeff, Yes, I would also like to know what kind of detector and coil you were using to find these wire gold specimens? I know it is very difficult to find these. Thanks! Best Regards, Don
  15. FYI: This crap has now passed and is going to Obama for signature. In regards to fossil collecting, there was a provision for casual collecting but it is a very vague law that can criminalize most anybody especially when a Forest Ranger with a ticket quota comes along. There is even a provision for rewards for tattle tales! I am not too affected here in Washington State for the Wilderness areas but I feel sorry for people in other states that will now be shut out. -Don
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