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Post  lbg dreamer on Tue May 22, 2012 9:58 pm

i puchased a 14/7 nugget finder mono yesterday ,
i usually use my 10/5 joey and if i find gold ill get out the big guns . as i like to clean up the rubbish first.
well i reckon this is now my favorite all round coil . i took it for a run for 5 hrs today , it was very sensitive and dug some fairly deep targets also, and scored a 1.71 grammer ill be using this coil as my main coil now unless bigger are needed Very Happy good ground coverage ,
i had my 45 ramped up and couldnt fault this coil. and it needed very little ground balancing in variable ground conditions although i often ground balance just in case
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Post  Goldbait on Fri May 25, 2012 10:14 am

the coil is a 14x9 i think.

awesome coil. i used this for 2 weeks in WA. smallest bit i found was 0.099g. found a nice 4g target at 10 inches that produced a clear low-high tone.
also got a 1g in caprock at 12 inches.
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Post  lbg dreamer on Fri May 25, 2012 2:21 pm

Hi goldbait
Might be 9 instead of 7
But I like it and hope I pull some bigger bits down deeper with it.
But I've been finding smaller targets with it than my joe
But I've only had a few hrs with it so far and I'm impressed Very Happy
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Post  Guest on Sat May 26, 2012 5:34 pm

Hi lbg dreamer , the 14x7 you speak of is a smooth solid coil , i used this particular coil also for a long time & it is an absolute weapon ... great choice of coil . There is also a 14x9 , this comes as a solid & also a spoked version ,,, easy to tell the difference between the two solid versions - 14x7 has a smooth finish on top - 14x9 even as a solid you can quite easily see the 3 spokes on top .
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Post  lbg dreamer on Sat May 26, 2012 6:56 pm

Gully Hunter wrote:Hi lbg dreamer , the 14x7 you speak of is a smooth solid coil , i used this particular coil also for a long time & it is an absolute weapon ... great choice of coil . There is also a 14x9 , this comes as a solid & also a spoked version ,,, easy to tell the difference between the two solid versions - 14x7 has a smooth finish on top - 14x9 even as a solid you can quite easily see the 3 spokes on top .
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Hi gully hunter the coil I have purchased is the smooth finish one , and I reckon it's a beut coil ,
Can't wait to give it some more of a work out ,
and it is sensitive plus goes fairly deep and is real easy to ground balance and holds its balance for ages even over variable ground
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Post  goldquest on Sat May 26, 2012 7:34 pm

Gully Hunter wrote:Hi lbg dreamer , the 14x7 you speak of is a smooth solid coil , i used this particular coil also for a long time & it is an absolute weapon ... great choice of coil . There is also a 14x9 , this comes as a solid & also a spoked version ,,, easy to tell the difference between the two solid versions - 14x7 has a smooth finish on top - 14x9 even as a solid you can quite easily see the 3 spokes on top .
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Hello Gully Hunter, which are the differences between the two coils, because I use a 14 "x9" and find it fantastic for both small and medium-sized nuggets, 14 "x7" has more sensitivity, more depth, or less sensitive to ground mineralization? Question
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