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Old 01-13-2020, 05:13 PM
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Default First time out using Nox 600

Graduating from an Ace 250 I have quite a lot to learn on the use of the Equinox 600 to say the least. But here's 2hrs worth from yesterday of finds near a PA Union canal site using the 11" coil. I didn't include all the pull tabs, shotgun shells and aluminum. Notice the piece of wood with the .22 lead imbedded found at 11".


And from today at a one room schoolhouse next to my home with the 6" coil.


I'm impressed so far at how deep it finds small objects. So much more to learn on this machine.

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Nice. Cool you got both coils already!
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Old 01-13-2020, 07:14 PM
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Nice. Cool you got both coils already!
Buy a Equinox 600....get a free 6" coil special until the end of the month!
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Congrats on your graduation to the 600!!!!

Read the manual over and over again..... YouTube video to learn configs....
Experience swinging the coil....
Swing very slow.....

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Get the Andy Sabisch book


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Originally Posted by stetam View post
Graduating from an Ace 250 I have quite a lot to learn on the use of the Equinox 600 to say the least. But here's 2hrs worth from yesterday of finds near a PA Union canal site using the 11" coil. I didn't include all the pull tabs, shotgun shells and aluminum. Notice the piece of wood with the .22 lead imbedded found at 11".


And from today at a one room schoolhouse next to my home with the 6" coil.


I'm impressed so far at how deep it finds small objects. So much more to learn on this machine.

Steve
Maybe these videos will be of some help. Here is the link.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...53OxszE8fjuDFC

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Old 01-14-2020, 08:44 AM
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Thanks all for the recommendations!! Having hunting the old canal site once I know I need to hunt it hard and often once I have the Nox tuned in. Even though I'm sure it has been hunted hard and flooded often but it seems like a good place to find old coin. There is a good 20 miles of canal close to me.





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