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The reason for this is I found d2 much more sentive to the small
Stuff than d3& it is deeper!! I have never found any reason
To run the sentivety over 70(it will start falsing when you start
Going above that) start at 50 and up it when you start getting
The feel for the machine! I dig all signals above 45 ,hammy penny's
Come In at 52,cut halfs quarters & gold below that,coke comes in
At 42_45 and my ground is full of the stuff that's way I don't dig below 45
If you don't have the same problem I have dig everything above 40!!
The fors core is a great machine as you will find out for yourself you
Have no need to run the machine to hot which will make it easier for
You to pick out the iron falsing!!
Good luck with your new machine any other questions just ask and
I'll be more than happy to help
Doyoudigitman's advice is spot on, and exactly my experience. Any machine will be fooled by big rusty iron, but if you follow his advice you should be able to avoid most of the annoying little bits.
I have used mine in detecting lessons for children, and it is ideal for that especially with the 6" coil.