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Thanks Monte thats the way it was

September 08, 2020 09:14AM
thanks Monte. it was set to knock out the zinc, but will still hit on copper wheats. but not the Indian i had. i will try some other indians, but will probably just use it the way it is.

on a thought there are only a few dug indians worth very much, except fun to me. my soil in the edge of fall line is red clay and it eats them like a zinc . the sandy transition can be gentler in most places. the main thing i would do is use it in manicured parks where not to dig anything but a choice signal. like a silver coin. let the rotten zincs be fertilizer. maybe help decide dig no dig. dont want to get tossed.

so i guess its actually set. as well as it s gonna get lol.

By the way the Fall Line is where the ancient oceans met the land mass they say. there is a scraggly line from northeast Georgia to southwest Georgia the north is the Piedmont and then the other is Coastal Plains. the soils are very different, red clay and granite in the north and sand and white clay (Kaolin) in the plains. mineralization is horrible in both, run high 80's on my units with meters.
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Troy X-2 Adjustment help needed.

dixiedigger57 69 September 08, 2020 05:59AM

Troy Custom's Shadow X-2 'Coin Check' adjustment.

Monte 57 September 08, 2020 08:42AM

Thanks Monte thats the way it was

dixiedigger57 50 September 08, 2020 09:14AM

Re: Thanks Monte thats the way it was

UtahRich 48 September 08, 2020 03:17PM

Yes, I only used coin check with a Shadow X2 in a modern Park with a lot of modern Zinc pennies . N/T

Monte 42 September 08, 2020 03:04PM

looking at indian heads,, see what you mean

dixiedigger57 53 September 11, 2020 07:28AM

Good story, and very good detectors to use.

Monte 51 September 11, 2020 09:36AM

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