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Most ghost ton type environments means a lot of iron debris.

March 03, 2021 08:55PM avatar
Square Nails, Round Nails, Short, Medium and Long Nails. Straight Nails and Bent Nails. Then you add the rusty tin, and in many cases the small shards of decaying rusty tin, all in a mix with dense brush, building rubble and other ferrous and non-ferrous debris. It takes a very good detector with a quick response and ability to handle iron trash, and most of all it calls for a smaller-size search coil to work in and around all the ferrous trash, brush, etc. Have you checked out the smaller-size coils available for that detector?

I've been hunting ghost towns and dense iron since early May of '69 and a detector like the Tarsacci with a big, over-size search coil is just not going to cut it.

Monte

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Subject Author Views Posted

Has anyone tried the Tarsacci in ghost town scenario?

Sodbuster 71 March 03, 2021 06:04PM

Re: Has anyone tried the Tarsacci in ghost town scenario?

diggindeep 67 March 04, 2021 01:24PM

Re: flat tin issues

Sodbuster 44 March 04, 2021 03:37PM

Most ghost ton type environments means a lot of iron debris.

Monte 53 March 03, 2021 08:55PM

Re: Most ghost ton type environments means a lot of iron debris.

Sodbuster 68 March 04, 2021 03:39PM

Tarsacci in ghost town scenario -

UtahRich 67 March 03, 2021 06:20PM



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