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Deep targets minelab ctx3030 17" coil beach detecting

Beach Tresure Hunting and metal detecting
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As there is so much sand piled on the beach targets in places are tough to reach, headed out with the 17" coil on the minelab ctx3030, to try and get at a few of the coins... well just a few coins found today




ring from lincolnshire beach with the ctx3030 anderson neptune carbon fiber shaft t-rex

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Just a short trip to the beach today, but still managed to pull out a ring amongst the pulltabs and bottle tops #metaldetecting #lincolnshire #beach #trend




Anderson Neptune Carbon fibre scoop handle T-rex Scoop

Beach Tresure Hunting and metal detecting
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So arrived in the post the new Neptune carbon fibre sandscoop handle, i get through so many types of handles on my scoops, the only one i havent broken is the stainless one, but it weighs a ton.
I spoke to Anderson Shafts and they assure me i shouldnt break it.
I do like a challenge....
Weightwise this is very light and also stiff, so im not sure how this is ng to work on the wet sand, i shall be testing out this week, already had a couple of hours with it on the dry sand and it sure does seem tough..

If your interested Anderson Detector Shafts
Not really a cheap scoop Shaft when you take into consideration the shipping costs, but hopefully this will stand the test..






beach detecting lincolnshire,xp deus,minelab ctx3030,garrett seahunter mk2,coins and rings

Beach Tresure Hunting and metal detecting
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Another Fantastic weekend on the beach with the minelab ctx30303
Xp Deus not too good and Skegness beach was a fail.
But a large ampunt of sand was removed in one place on cleethorpes beach and the CTX managed to winkle out plenty of coins and relics




deus V.4.0 update FAQ

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Deus V.4.0 Update FAQ

Q: Should I wait for the new version 4.0 to be released before I buy a DEUS? I have been told there are changes to the electronic components. Will my current DEUS – coil-remote control-headphones be compatible with this next version or do I need to change them?
A : No the product hardware will be the same, the new V4.0 update is software only and will be downloadable for free, it will work with all previous DEUS! The original coils, headphones and remote control will work with the new version 4.0 update, although some new menu features will not be accessible unless the new accessories are connected.
Q: Will I have to move my DEUS to V4.0?
A: It is your choice, you can stay in version 2.0 or 3.2 if you want, but the Version 4.0 will be necessary to connect and run the new HF optional coil and Pinpointer.
Q : Can I use the XP MI-6 Pinpointer even if don’t own a DEUS?
A: Yes of course, the MI-6 can work alone like a traditional Pinpointer thanks to its speaker, vibrator, LED, 6 programs, 3 sensitivity levels, 2 audio modes.
Q: How do I make the Pinpointer communicate wirelessly with the DEUS ?
A: This is a simple process – Choose program number 7 on the Pinpointer, the speaker will then be disabled and the sound will be send automatically to the DEUS Remote or headphones. Also the pin pointer has a dedicated menu which appears instantaneously on the DEUS remote display when it is in operation.
The operator can make a full range of adjustments to the pin pointers sound and operation from the DEUS remote.
Q: Are there any other XP accessories to be released soon?
A: Nothing else is planned at the moment.



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