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K Hoagland

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About K Hoagland

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  • Birthday 06/12/1961

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    Wittmann Arizona

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  1. K Hoagland

    Few more GM 1000 tips

    I have completed another round of testing for the magazine and some detecting for me. The GM-1000 is working great, finding gold and hot or cold stones are diminished if not outright ignored. If I play the " I don't wanna dig no more" game I can miss something or get it to hear something that it would otherwise pass on but in regular hunting, it is killing it.
  2. K Hoagland

    MOUNTAIN GOAT TROMMEL

    Rick, I've had the MG for years and have used it just about everywhere. I like it for processing first run classified cons and I recirc almost all of the time including when I am using it in the recovery shed. (ok tent right now) It does take a little bit of a learning curve to get the best out of it but not too bad. It is not what I would use for serious production by any means just a great piece of equipment that does a great job. I have mine set up to drop from the helix to the Desert Fox. two step recovery in a large black tub and a few gallons of water. For sitting around a running a few buckets of material I think it would be a perfect tool for your Dad. You get a lot of respect from me for doing this for your Dad.
  3. K Hoagland

    Few more GM 1000 tips

    Bill, You know me better than that. I tested in shallow-Deep-Auto 1- Auto 2- manual- coil on and off ground, different swing speeds, standing on one leg, over the shoulder and so on. I was able to completely lose the targets a couple of times doing things that no one would ever do just to see if I could. I could create a couple of scenarios where I will admit that a true newbie, most likely would have missed the 1.5 on the first pass but caught it on the overlap. And I will add that I tested in made up soils not the Aussie Red.
  4. K Hoagland

    Few more GM 1000 tips

    So after watching this video, I went out and dug a couple of holes dropped in some iron sands and hot rocks along with a 1.5 gram and a 10gram at the same depths and got the same results, then I remembered to turn the detector on. I tried everything they did and could not replicate their results. No matter what I did (even swinging the coil faster) I heard both targets with no issues. Kept digging on the 10 grammer until I was about 9 inches before I lost it as a grreat continuous signal. even though I would dig it no matter what as a repeatable.
  5. K Hoagland

    Run for the Border ( it ain't taco bell)

    I am going to try to rearrange my schedule to make this trip. I have not been down there raking piles in a few years and have refused to go down there do to issues that could arise with just a couple of people hunting.
  6. K Hoagland

    NEW WSPA MEMBER #63

    Most people do not know Roy, he has kept very quiet over the few years he has been detecting. He is the most trusted hunting partner I have ever had, never has he ever let slip anything we have worked on or even talked about.
  7. K Hoagland

    Member # 55

    Thanks to all of you for the welcome. Hope to see all of you soon.
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