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Post  adrian ss on Tue Nov 28, 2017 9:18 am

Found this 0.26g ear ring stud this morning with the  Gold Bug Pro.
The nugg is 0.15g.
Both my Valon VMH 3CS and SDC2300 do not respond to this stud but both respond to the nugg.
The GB Pro responds to the stud and nugg at approx 6cm.

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Post  ivanll on Tue Nov 28, 2017 11:33 am

GB Pro also excellent for $ picking in grassy parks where pinpointing and depth indication is must if one do not want to leave marks for other sensitive persons to complain about.

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Post  adrian ss on Tue Nov 28, 2017 9:00 pm

Yes it is a nice detector Ivanll . very good for selective targeting.
My old Sov XS is also a great detector for cherry picking one and two dollar coins. It found 2000 dollars in one and two dollar coins in Commonwealth park over a 70 hour period and none were deeper than 5 inches. Just Set the sens to min, Mode to Disc and use the 8 inch coin search. and only dig the strong signals that indicated 498 to 500 on the meter.The result was a bag full of Aussie gold coin, no big holes in the grass and not a trace of where I had been.
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