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Hi everyone I’m Mark
I’m a keen beach detectorist I’ve had some nice finds.
I do my best on the land with mixed results lol.
I’m using a minelab equinox 800.
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Hello Mark, It's good to have you aboard
Good Luck and enjoy your time with us on the forums.
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Hello Mark, are you anywhere near Trefin, as I am there in September for 2 days, and can go through a few bits with you whilst I am there.
If you're not, land is quite different in the fact that signals are usually more sparce and deeper than detecting on the beach, but in saying that, hammies are usually in the top 6 inches where I am, but never detected that far west.
Graduated from the XP ADX 250 then the GMP and now on the Deus
Now paired with the Equinox 800
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Hiya Mark. Nice to see you’ve joined. Look forward to seeing some of your finds. How you getting on with the 800 ?
Can you dig it
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Guess what? My name is Mark and I also live in Pembrokeshire (Haverfordwest)
If you fancy a meet up anytime give us a shout with a PM on this site.
I own a c scope 4psi which I use for the beach and it would be great to meet up to find some "Beach Junk"