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  1. Trailertrash

    GPX4500 on the way!

    I'm hoping to use that ability to my advantage. Detector arrived yesterday, and I got the battery charged, and everything adjusted to fit me. The instructions aren't kidding, it took all of 8 hours to charge from dead flat. Today should be amusing. In keeping with "new gear rules", that apply to every hobby, it's blowing 20+mph here, and 35 degrees. A wise man might wait for better weather. Not gonna happen. It's likely be a short day, but I will go out for an hour or two. Instruction manual in on hand, detector in the other, and dressed up like Kenny from South Park. Lol Regards, Kyle
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    GOT SOME (MORE) DINKSTERS!

    Nice job!
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    GPX4500 on the way!

    Thanks for the tips, Dave. The two club claims I have been working have been hammered by every guy with a detector, but of the many detectors I have seen out here, only one PI machine. There are a few "bomb craters" around, so I'm not the first guy on scene with a PI detector, but hopefully there's still a nugget or two left! Regards, Kyle
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    GPX4500 on the way!

    Good to hear. Maybe I'll hit the gym a little, also. Twelve ounce curls don't seem to be as effective as I had hoped. I have been looking at hip sticks, and figuring out how to roll my own, but I think I'll hold off and see how it goes. Regards, Kyle
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    GPX4500 on the way!

    Thanks for the tip. How do these machines balance with the larger coils? Do they become shoulder killing, nose heavy pigs? I haven't been too kind to either of my shoulders over the years, but I've avoided surgery so far. I'm happy to keep it that way! Regards, Kyle
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    GPX4500 on the way!

    That could work, though getting close to her mouth when she is holding something shiny is a good way to get myself bitten... Maybe I'll use my water bottle. Kyle
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    GPX4500 on the way!

    Thanks for the tip, Ron. I keep reading about the Nuggetfinder coils. Once I master the basics, I will likely get one of those, and a smaller 8"(?) as well. I will definitely post any gold I find. After I let my Wife drool on it, you guys are second in line! Regards, Kyle
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    GPX4500 on the way!

    Thanks guys. The 4500 seemed like the best balance of $ spent vs. capability gained. I've learned, sometimes the hard way, that it's usually the man, not the machine, that makes 90% of the difference. Hand me a top of the line race bike, and put me out there with a national level pro, who's riding an old beater. Who's gonna win? Yup. Been there, got lapped, in fact The new toy will keep me busy for a long time. I just have to wait for UPS to get here on Monday. Funny, when I was a little kid, Santa had a sleigh. Now he drives a brown diesel truck! Regards, Kyle
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    GPX4500 on the way!

    Super stoked to try this new machine! I ordered my new machine through Bill, and should get it on the UPS truck Monday. I did as much research as I could, short of actually trying one out. In the end, I couldn't justify the extra $1300 for a 5000, and the 7000 is just not on the table, at eight grand. I am expecting a monster of a learning curve, but it looks manageable, after reading the manual a few times. Not to mention all the great info on this forum, YouTube, etc. If you have any tips for someone brand new to this machine, I'm all ears. I know nuggets won't leap out of the ground, until I put the coil in the right place, no matter what machine I am swinging. Between the new 4500, and the Equinox I already have, I will not be able to blame the machines for a lack of nuggets. At least I will get in better shape digging deeper holes Regards, Kyle
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    wireless GM1000 headset?

    Yeah, lag would be a bad thing... The transmitter I posted above is listed as "APT-X low latency". If you get a transmitter with that rating, it "should" be as good as the Equinox 800, without the WMA module. I'm not an electronics guy, so save your receipts... Lol Good luck!
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    wireless GM1000 headset?

    Bill, I've had these in my Amazon cart for a while, but have not ordered them yet. I don't see why it wouldn't work, unless it caused some weird EMI. Can always ship it right back, if it does. There might be an off the shelf solution at a store, but I haven't looked into that. Good luck! Kyle TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (aptX Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_CdVyCbTPQA353 Mpow 059 Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear, Hi-Fi Stereo Wireless Headset, Foldable, Soft Memory-Protein Earmuffs, w/Built-in Mic and Wired Mode for PC/Cell Phones/TV https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NAJGGA2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ofVyCb58X5299
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    Gold in black rock?

    Not sure what it was. I tried a super strong magnet, no attraction. It broke easily, when squeezed with pliers. No gold inside though. Regards, Kyle
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    Snakes and headphones

    Some good information here, and cautionary tales, as well. I've only had a couple run in's with rattlers. One surprised me under my truck, in my driveway. He stuck his head out from under the truck, as I went to get in the rig to leave for work. He looked at me, I looked at him, and we left in opposite directions. I recall calmly stepping back, but my neighbor saw the whole thing, and has a different story.... The other was close. I took the Wife and teenage kids to Palouse falls State park, in Wa. ( GO there if you get a chance, it's worth the trip) We were walking down a two rut trail, and one buzzed me right at my feet, from under a sagebrush bush. My stepson was half a step in front of me. I reflexively shoved him away, and stepped back. Mr. Snake headed off the other way. I got sloppy. I had no reason to not be in the center of the trail. Getting lucky, instead of smart isn't a good way to be... Lesson learned. I'm not paranoid about snakes, but I give them a wide berth, and a lot of respect! Regards, Kyle
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    Snakes and headphones

    That's not a great visual! I'll add that to my list of things to keep an eye on. Did not know Rattlers climbed trees. Kyle
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    Snakes and headphones

    Sad, but true, Mike. I have had more run-ins over the years with bad humans, than bad animals. Kyle
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