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Congrats on the 'yellow metal' finds.

February 03, 2019 04:58AM avatar
When I lived in the more populated big metro areas (in and around Portland, Oregon or Salt Lake City, Utah) I would have some very impressive gold and silver jewelry recoveries every year. Naturally any detector used would take it's turn at finding better jewelry objects, but the vast majority were found using models that operated in the 10 kHz to 15 kHz frequency range.

The White's MX-Sport and MX-7 (same circuitry) fit right in there at 13.9 kHz. Of the two I much prefer the MX-7 for its much lighter weight and better balance, but you live over in that drippy side of the state where the waterproof MX Sport seems to be working well for you. You're definitely picking the rights spots to hunt as your good jewelry finds seem to be popping up often. Continued success.


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A new yellow streak Attachments

zincoln 267 February 02, 2019 10:11PM

Wanted: more yellow

UtahRich 141 February 16, 2019 10:11PM

Congrats on the 'yellow metal' finds.

Monte 183 February 03, 2019 04:58AM

Re: A new yellow streak

OregonGregg 177 February 02, 2019 11:23PM

A new yellow streak

UtahRich 151 February 02, 2019 10:21PM

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