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garikfox

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These discontinued Minelab products are really cool to look at and read about. I was amazed.

The Golden Hawk looked cool! Wonder what the Klondike looked like.

 

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https://www.minelab.com/usa/support/knowledge-base/discontinued-products

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5 hours ago, garikfox said:

These discontinued Minelab products are really cool to look at and read about. I was amazed.

The Golden Hawk looked cool! Wonder what the Klondike looked like.

 

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https://www.minelab.com/usa/support/knowledge-base/discontinued-products

Strange that they would leave this one off the list, although the SD2200v2 is included . . . 

Discontinued Products | Minelab Metal Detectors The Minelab SD 2200d detector was released in May 1998 and is no longer in production. The SD 2200d was a gold detector utilising Pulse Induction and MPS ...

 

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  • 3 weeks later...

I saw this thread and took a few pictures of my relic.... 

I bought it new in 1995, still using one of the original batteries, never had it in for repairs, had to buy 1 new coil and found 2 little picker nuggets in Quartzsite in 2005. I'll be back out that way before long with a new upgraded technology GPX 5000.

Still using it here in Georgia looking for gold but darn sure finding a lot of bullets, square nails and small bird shot. I did manage to find an old hand forged pick axe and brass from a paper shell 12 gauge. I also used it to find a steel wedge I accidentally buried while building my barn... Lol

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