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Offline Adrian ss

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Sierra Super track
« on: February 09, 2018, 10:26 »
Having a play with an SST.
Seems to be very good and easy to use. Good sensitivity and ground tracking. Nice TID display and positive iron ID from large to small items.
Runs a silent threshold but hits on small targets quite well.

Detector is set up for US coin ID.
A small irritation is that the machine IDd a 22k 7g ring as a screw cap. Not screw cap or ring, just positive lock on screw cap. Tone was high so you would not leave it un -investigated anyway.

Nice metal detector with fair to good depth capability on coin size targets.


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  • Detector(s) owned/used: Sea Hunter MK II, Safari, SDC 2300, 6000DI SL ,BHID,ML Stirling,GS 15000, Sov XS, Lobo ST, relic M 7,Fisher 553D & 555D,CX4PI,Infinium,Spectrum XLT.6000D,6000DI S 3, Gold Spear, Scorpion, CXII & CXIII,Pro Scan,Some Home Built VLFs & PIs and some others.
  • Oldest find: 1797 Cartwheel penny


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