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Old 04-17-2019, 10:32 AM
tnsharpshooter tnsharpshooter is offline
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Originally Posted by Slimpickuns View post
So hows the Tarsacci working out so far?
I have been using on land.. I dont have salt water near me though.
Detector seems is above average for extracting nonferous out of mineralized soil for single freq VLF. Above average in iron too.

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Old 04-17-2019, 03:38 PM
Charly-in-CT-RI Charly-in-CT-RI is offline
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I need more time in the salt water. I just got my headphones recently but so far I have hit a small deep ring and a few very deep coins. I was fairly impressed with it. There have been a few hunters that claim it is deeper then the Nox in the water. The targets I dug were some if the deepest in the water targets I have ever dug.

YTD: 3 Gold rings / 0 Silver Rings / 2 silver coins / 1 junk rings

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Old 04-17-2019, 04:10 PM
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Im dieing to get a clear and clean day in the water so I can do a serious test of depth between then. Both me and a buddy tested it on the wet sand on a 3 gram ring.....MDT at the waters edge on that ring was about2 deeper. He did the same test on his beach. NOW if the salt setting does what it should I might see even more depth. NASA Tom recently posted he found the Nox looses about 2 1/2 in the surf on a nickel. New website is now up ...

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