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« Reply #20 on: Saturday August 4 2018 23:25:09 AEST PM »

there will be loads of reports with videos, coming through regulary, if theres time a video between the 2 qeds over undug targets, as well as other brands, lots of mls, 1 x tdi pro and 3 x atxs, are among them coming at moment.  excited
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« Reply #21 on: Monday August 6 2018 09:13:32 AEST AM »

777 it will be good to see further video footage and test reports of the QEDs along with the other detectors you've mentioned and if you are able to somehow upload them for us during your planned trip.

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« Reply #22 on: Monday August 6 2018 14:10:17 AEST PM »

By the end of this week I should have a QED vs SDC2300 comparison video. The QED is half the price, half the weight and you can fit larger aftermarket coils for larger nuggets.
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« Reply #23 on: Monday August 6 2018 15:44:20 AEST PM »

  
By the end of this week I should have a QED vs SDC2300 comparison video. The QED is half the price, half the weight and you can fit larger aftermarket coils for larger nuggets.
That will be very interesting as Tibooburra is 2300 heaven
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« Reply #24 on: Monday August 6 2018 15:59:12 AEST PM »

  
777 it will be good to see further video footage and test reports of the QEDs along with the other detectors you've mentioned and if you are able to somehow upload them for us during your planned trip.

Gary.
hi gazz were hoping to upload to this site as soon as there ready to go mate.. excited
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« Reply #25 on: Monday August 6 2018 16:01:52 AEST PM »

  
  
By the end of this week I should have a QED vs SDC2300 comparison video. The QED is half the price, half the weight and you can fit larger aftermarket coils for larger nuggets.
That will be very interesting as Tibooburra is 2300 heaven
im pretty sure that theres 2 x sdc 2300s coming along, spoke to them both this morning , even a gold bug 2 coming.. happy face
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« Reply #26 on: Monday August 6 2018 16:04:24 AEST PM »

  
By the end of this week I should have a QED vs SDC2300 comparison video. The QED is half the price, half the weight and you can fit larger aftermarket coils for larger nuggets.
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« Reply #27 on: Monday August 6 2018 23:01:00 AEST PM »

  
By the end of this week I should have a QED vs SDC2300 comparison video. The QED is half the price, half the weight and you can fit larger aftermarket coils for larger nuggets.


That will be a very interesting video, thanks.
Please quote the settings used on the QED, and try a .05 gram nugget thanks.
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« Reply #28 on: Tuesday August 7 2018 06:52:57 AEST AM »

I posted a very short video a few weeks ago. Using some better scales it was found that the test nugget weighed 0.03 grams. Detection distance a tad over 2" with the SADIE coil..... in the EMI ridden suburbs.
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« Reply #29 on: Wednesday August 8 2018 09:21:12 AEST AM »

The nugget sizes used in the QED vs SDC2300 comparison test video are

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« Reply #30 on: Monday August 20 2018 21:46:14 AEST PM »

later this week il publish the dates for the epic tibbo trip next month, all welcome for sure  excited excited
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« Reply #31 on: Tuesday August 28 2018 18:40:06 AEST PM »

dates for meet up in tibbo are thurs 13th and fri 14th of september, there will be someone stationed at the tourist info place through out  the day, advising people were the groups will be camped, anyone wanting phone numbers for contact, please pm me, less then 3 weeks to go.  happy face excited happy face
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« Reply #32 on: Monday September 3 2018 15:29:16 AEST PM »

started packing for the tibbo trip today, been putting it off till last minute as usual so so much to do, 880 for new tyres for the bravo today, new diesel filters ready too fit tomorrow, money money money  excited excited excited
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« Reply #33 on: Monday September 3 2018 16:03:12 AEST PM »

  
started packing for the tibbo trip today, been putting it off till last minute as usual so so much to do, 880 for new tyres for the bravo today, new diesel filters ready too fit tomorrow, money money money  excited excited excited

Fingers crossed you find enough to pay for the trip and then some.
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« Reply #34 on: Tuesday September 4 2018 01:44:06 AEST AM »

  
  
started packing for the tibbo trip today, been putting it off till last minute as usual so so much to do, 880 for new tyres for the bravo today, new diesel filters ready too fit tomorrow, money money money  excited excited excited

Fingers crossed you find enough to pay for the trip and then some.

probably not around the tibbo area, but tennant creek maybe, lots of big gold out of there over the years, thats the stop im looking forward to bugs, i wont be using anything but the qed, i know it cruzes here in sa on our ground, time to conquer the n.t. with the qed. hey did you see that the qed thread on flinders has now just over 202600 views, its moved plenty in the last few months, i hope its keeping you busy, cheers buddy.  happy face happy face happy face
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« Reply #35 on: Tuesday September 4 2018 18:57:39 AEST PM »

Look forward dasenator777 to your reports rolling in during your trip.

Many years ago I met a fellow at Cloncurry who was on the run from what was called the Gold Squad in NT.

He was also on the run from his wife's brother who had speared him in the leg.

I wonder if the Gold Squad still exists in NT?

Gary.

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« Reply #36 on: Wednesday September 5 2018 01:04:13 AEST AM »

  
Look forward dasenator777 to your reports rolling in during your trip.

Many years ago I met a fellow at Cloncurry who was on the run from what was called the Gold Squad in NT.

He was also on the run from his wife's brother who had speared him in the leg.

I wonder if the Gold Squad still exists in NT?

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hi gaz i know it still exists in wa, but will have to check out if nt still has one, im glad i get on good with my wifes brother mate lol  happy face
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« Reply #37 on: Wednesday September 5 2018 09:11:28 AEST AM »

I also recall from that meeting he gave me a photo displaying 93ozs of the gold that he had found in NT which blew my mind at that time as I had yet to find my 1st piece.

A second meeting with him, again out on the goldfield, he mentioned an area that we both were unable to access was now available since the lease had expired. It was there that I found my 1st ever piece of gold a nice 2oz lump using a GT16000 back then.

That 1st piece fuelled my gold fever ever since.

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« Reply #38 on: Wednesday September 5 2018 09:31:47 AEST AM »

  
I also recall from that meeting he gave me a photo displaying 93ozs of the gold that he had found in NT which blew my mind at that time as I had yet to find my 1st piece.

A second meeting with him, again out on the goldfield, he mentioned an area that we both were unable to access was now available since the lease had expired. It was there that I found my 1st ever piece of gold a nice 2oz lump using a GT16000 back then.

That 1st piece fuelled my gold fever ever since.

Gary.
id be happy with 9 ozs let alone 93ozs, hope there still plenty left up there. can definately confirm that gaz my first bit was a rough 1 grammer , still have it, got it made into a pendant. once i found that with the modded sd 2000, i was hooked even more. what got me started was buying a small nugget from aust post, years and years ago in the early 90s, after reading the little info card that came with it, we moved to the nearest goldfield within 6 months. and here we are today still hooked mate lol.  happy face
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« Reply #39 on: Wednesday September 5 2018 18:20:42 AEST PM »

  

can definately confirm that gaz my first bit was a rough 1 grammer , still have it, got it made into a pendant. once i found that with the modded sd 2000, i was hooked even more.


I too still have that 1st piece.

Also have pendant with the 6 gram nugget that I dug up after located it still lying in its original in-situ position at the bottom of its hole. It was something that I had always wanted to find was a nugget still resting in its original position when it was laid down.

Interesting to read that you found your first bit with a modified SD2000 as my next detector after the GT16000 was an SD2000 that I ended up getting modified a few times by Ismael Jones in WA.

Actually still using one of IJ's one piece extra long Fibre Glass shaft for my GPX5000.

Now using a QED PL2 as well.

Gary.
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