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1 hour ago, Assembler said:

New here not sure where to start however maybe that's part of the fun.  Any tips on using older vintage gold type detectors?

Thanks.

I guess it depends on what you mean by "older vintage detectors".
To a metal detecting prospector or treasure hunter, depth and sensitivity of the machine are really important to success in the field. 
Good luck out there!

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7 minutes ago, Dakota Slim said:

I guess it depends on what you mean by "older vintage detectors".
To a metal detecting prospector or treasure hunter, depth and sensitivity of the machine are really important to success in the field. 
Good luck out there!

Good points.

I was referring to VLF's from the 1970's - 1980s' as older vintage  machines.   Some of the rock I'm using these machines on I can see the gold fairly easy with my eyes with good strong sun light.  Will try to move the test rocks away from the back ground say around 2 ft.  Will even use a older whites gold master with 4" round probe as they call it. 

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