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Old 04-15-2018, 05:15 PM
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Default 3 silvers in 24 hours in public parks

I went to 2 different parks I had given up on with my At Pro. I thought I would see if my Equinox 600 could magically pull out some coins out of these pounded parks I gave up on 2 years ago. I was not disappointed in the least bit. I can't understand the negativity surrounding the Equinox, it has been nothing short of brilliant in my first week with it. The silver dimes were clear as day, not masked at all, solid ID on all three. Any idea what the sterling lid is?

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Old 04-15-2018, 05:34 PM
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Killer finds!! Some people just like to be haters but oh well let them hate


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Excellent Finds.

I'm not so sure people are hating the NOX as much as the people claiming (Some with a Passion) that It is the Magical Solution to Everything Metal Detecting.
I have however seen some very impressive results here and it sounds like it is worth every silver dime.

Again EXCELLENT finds MG

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Congrats on the silvers!!!
I guess I would like to see the sterling piece next to another item for scale before venturing a guess. There were no rusty guts in it though huh??

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Looks like a successful testimony of the NOX, congrats.

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Nice finds

Thanks for sharing.

Another Nox success story.

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Congrats on the silvers. Looks like the Nox is working out for you !!!

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Originally Posted by SoOregonMd View post
Excellent Finds.

I'm not so sure people are hating the NOX as much as the people claiming (Some with a Passion) that It is the Magical Solution to Everything Metal Detecting.
VERY WELL said. I've been in on a few NOX discussions, and there's really no win or lose.......Like I said before , I'm sure people were sick and tired of hearing the CTX folks rantin and ravin about their magical machines 6 years ago.......
I'd still however love to see some live field hunt videos and some actual live dig vids to see some depth capabilities and see how much trash these guys are digging up along with the coins.

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Congrats on all the nice recoveries. My Nox has done me well too. Enjoy...

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Nice finds! Public spots are getting harder!

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Congrats on the silvers. The lid is off a Bavarian style long pipe. Probably a ceramic bowl type. Well done.

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Nice finds! Whereabouts in Illinois are ya?

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Congrats on the Silvers and all the rest. Glad your machine performed to your expectations. Trapper

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Originally Posted by coin whisperer View post
Killer finds!! Some people just like to be haters but oh well let them hate


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Thank you! Yeah I will definitely keep doing what I'm doing.

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Originally Posted by SoOregonMd View post
Excellent Finds.

I'm not so sure people are hating the NOX as much as the people claiming (Some with a Passion) that It is the Magical Solution to Everything Metal Detecting.
I have however seen some very impressive results here and it sounds like it is worth every silver dime.

Again EXCELLENT finds MG
Thanks! I wonder if those people have even touched one let alone use it for a period of time?

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Originally Posted by bobac View post
Congrats on the silvers!!!
I guess I would like to see the sterling piece next to another item for scale before venturing a guess. There were no rusty guts in it though huh??
Thank you! It is the same diameter of a half dollar. No rusty watch guts.

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Looks like a successful testimony of the NOX, congrats.

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Thank you! I am happy with it.

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Originally Posted by tnsharpshooter View post
Nice finds

Thanks for sharing.

Another Nox success story.
Thank you TNSS! I followed your testing post for a while before I got it.

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Originally Posted by pescadore View post
Congrats on the silvers. Looks like the Nox is working out for you !!!
Thanks! It is so far.

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Originally Posted by bobac View post
VERY WELL said. I've been in on a few NOX discussions, and there's really no win or lose.......Like I said before , I'm sure people were sick and tired of hearing the CTX folks rantin and ravin about their magical machines 6 years ago.......
I'd still however love to see some live field hunt videos and some actual live dig vids to see some depth capabilities and see how much trash these guys are digging up along with the coins.
I know I was tired of the CTX posts! And the shameless plug on the oak island show.

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