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  1. A customer of mine over in California just sent me these photos of an incredible discovery he just made using the new Minelab Equinox 800. According to him, he was working a heavy trashed site. He said the place was covered with iron, tin, and just about everything else imaginable. Despite the junk, the machine locked onto a nice high tone and when he dug down, out comes this beautiful black powder flask from the early 1800’s! What’s even more amazing is that this was only the second time he had ever swung the detector! This great find Alan; I really thank you for sharing it. Hopefully there are still more treasures waiting for you beneath that junk, keep up the good work my friend!...The first photo shows it right out of the ground, and the second is after a cleaning and being straightened out.
  2. A friend just texted over this photo of a beautiful gold & quartz specimen that he recently detected with his Minelab GPZ 7000 here in Arizona. It weighs in at a bit over 8-grams. This is a great find and a wonderful addition to any collection! Thank you again for sharing with us!
  3. We just got in a small shipment of the newer Nugget Finder 17x13” SPOKE Evolution Coils. The only difference between this and the current solid version are the addition of the “spoked” holes which help to reduce the overall weight. Even though this is a larger sized coil it only weighs in at a hair over two pounds. The 17” EVO coil has been a big hit among many prospectors here in the US and abroad. It is definitely worth consideration from someone that is looking to chase deeper nuggets, or to cover new ground quickly. A fitted skid plate is included with each coil. Price is $495 with FREE Shipping. Please feel free to call (928.777.0267) or email me to order or with any questions.
  4. These great photos just came in today from a customer of ours in the western US that just purchased one of the Nugget Finder 17x13” Evolution Coils. The photos pretty much say it all…Congratulations on your first finds with the new coil and a big thank you for sharing with us! “First time out with the new coil, seems to work pretty good! Thanks Chris!”
  5. Earlier this month a friend of mine in CA scored this beautiful nugget while out swinging his Minelab GPX 5000. This chunky little piece tipped the scales at just over an ounce (22 dwt) and was dug at a depth of 2 feet! Nuggets like this are truly a treat – congratulations to the lucky & hard working finder!
  6. This is the stuff dreams are made of! The folks at Nugget Finder just sent me this photo today. This massive 72-ounce pile of gold nuggets was all dug off the same patch using the Minelab GPX 5000 coupled with the new 15” Evolution Super-Lite Coil! It took the lucky finder about 2 weeks to clean up the discovery. The biggest piece of the patch weighed in at 6-ounces, and most everything was deep… What an incredible find! A big thanks to our friends down under for sharing this testimonial. More information about the new 15” EVO’s can be found on the AZO website.
  7. My family and I were out doing some detecting this past weekend at an old mining camp. The camp dates to the 1870's and as you could imagine was loaded with trash, so I opted to run the Minelab CTX 3030. I found several Wheat cents, modern day coins, and a few old rusty relics, but the coolest find was below. At first I thought it was just a piece of scrap metal until I rubbed off the dirt. It measures approx. 9" x 4" and it is the first I have ever found. I am thinking it came off a whiskey barrel. What do you guys think???
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