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« on: Wednesday September 25 2013 00:10:46 AEST AM »

Hi all.
An example of small scale workings out in the bush. Found it on youtube.
  
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« Reply #1 on: Wednesday September 25 2013 00:16:09 AEST AM »

And here is another video showing the use of a couple of high-end metal detectors. Looks like it was filmed in Winter.
  
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« Reply #2 on: Wednesday September 25 2013 17:24:37 AEST PM »

Those high-end metal detecters look awefully like Minelab GPX'S  smile, would love to go over the ground in that first vid with a metal detecter .. cheers Mick
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« Reply #3 on: Wednesday September 25 2013 20:13:33 AEST PM »

  
Those high-end metal detecters look awefully like Minelab GPX'S  smile, would love to go over the ground in that first vid with a metal detecter .. cheers Mick

When I first saw that first video, I actually thought it had been gone over with metal detector, based on size and depth of some of the holes. But then I listened more closely to the commentary. You are right, just imagine being there swinging away...

The second video does show them using what appears to be two ML machines. The guy giving commentary even gives a small shout-out to ML Zimbabwe dot com. Notice the 360 excavator in the background, must be more to the operation than just those guys in that hole. Bet they had some kind of wash/beneficiation plant nearby.....  I was actually in ZW visiting my old home for a few months over Xmas and into New Year, and even saw an advert for an almost new 5000 posted up on the window of a suburban grocery shop window. A search on the net did bring up an authorised agent based in the second city.
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« Reply #4 on: Wednesday December 4 2013 17:46:03 AEDT PM »

Can anyone tell me what type of coils are being used in the video ? Thanks.

I've now searched the net and only thing close in colour are the Coiltek ones. But none of the images show their coils with the three spokes. NF uses that pattern for their range. Hmmm, idle curiosity.
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