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Video I just shot of me finding some nuggets in Arizona!


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Hey, COOL VIDEO!!!  I like your Arizona-Title page, and how you merged up-beat music along with it (makes the viewer feel as though he is right along with you on your adventure)...pretty professional job. :yesss:  And as for the Gold,...it's kind of amazing just how much gold is left behind (for any number of human-error-reasons) by those who have swung the "many"--upgraded models of detectors over an area for many years, ....as they come to the conclusion that the area is worked out?!? HMmmmmm :89: 

I just posted my very-first video as well, and I can see that compared to yours, there's a lot I will need to learn when it comes to special effects (having a creative title page, adding music. etc., etc.).  But I am new to this UTUBE-thing, so it may take me a while.  Good Job anyway.  Gary :200:

 

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I appreciate it everyone!  Make sure you hit that subscribe button so that you can see what comes next!  I'm sure to start hitting some bigger pieces at some point and plan on getting it on film!

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Low Point, 

 

It was nice to have ran into you out there that day!  I look forward to getting out there with you in the near future and maybe finding some new locations.  

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Gold Monster 1000 and the accuracy of its discrimination

I didn't mention it in the video but I wanted to point out something to everyone that questions how well the discrimination works on the GM1000.  First off I would say on bigger targets the discrimination is more accurate. However, if you watch the video you will notice that the second piece of gold that I find, the detector was strictly telling me that it was iron.  It was a small target and I have had this happen a lot.  I've also had a small piece of gold literally bong like a hot rock.

Lesson of the day, DIG EVERYTHING!  

The only time discrimination is an acceptable option is when you are in a highly trashy area's like a cabin site, or when the hot rocks are a huge issue.  My opinion!  But you will miss gold, guaranteed! Not my opinion!

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Thats a juicy looking area! 
WTG on the nuggets. 

Tom H.

 

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Good video.  That claim has some nasty hot rocks but also some good gold, as you have seen.  Gotta love that gold monster.  I never remove the small coil from it.   I typically use the GPZ but when I come up to a lot of exposed bedrock, I remove the GM1000 from my pack.  It is just lighter and smaller for getting in those tight spots that the larger coils cannot.

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I just wanted to thank everyone for the support yall have shown!  I uploaded quite few more videos since this first one.  Go check out my youtube channel and subscribe so that you don't miss my next one, thank you!

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3hHAd3jVBAY8Hw4gDhmxjA

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Awesome video! I subscribed! You're wearing it out with that GM.. Also, we talked on youtube a few days ago and I think you sub'd to me as well (Randy's Treasure Adventures). I'll send you a PM and you can get with my buddy in Mayer about the Big Bug Mining District and get you some more land to hunt! Hopefully see you out there someday!

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