Garrett ATX in Australia: Using the Discrimination Feature.

A short explanation of the Discrimination feature on the Garrett ATX, and how it will effect detection of low-conductivity targets at depth. Setting any level of discrimination advances the time delay that the detector will read the return pulse from a detected target. The return pulse on small, low conductive targets (such as small gold nuggets) quickly decays and setting any discrimination may result on the loss of detection of these targets. We hope you find this short video informative, and look forward to bringing you goldfields prospecting videos in the coming months. Happy Fossicking! Warren and Colleen.

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Metal Detecting & Gold Cradling III: Goldfields Relics: Garrett AT Pro

Part III: We head back to an 1870s North Queensland Goldfields site, and once again try our hand at some Continue reading

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Metal Detecting Abandoned Railway Junction: Garrett ATPro: Garrett GTI-2500.

We visit the site of an abandoned junction station (1901-1926) where the 3’6″ Government line interchanged with an extensive 2’0″ Continue reading

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Metal Detecting Goldfields Relics II: Victorian Silver: Garrett AT Pro: GTI-2500.

Part II: Our continuing adventure at an 1876 North Queensland Goldfields site, where we discover some more goldfield relics left Continue reading

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Metal Detecting ‘Ghost Town Silver’ : Garrett GTI-2500: Land Rover Defender

We visit the site of a North Queensland Tin Mining town which existed from the late 1880s until being abandoned Continue reading

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Metal Detecting 1883 Sugar Mill + Beach Hunt: Garrett ATPro: Infinium LS.

This is our return hunt to the site of an 1883 Sugar Mill. We add to our finds from the Continue reading

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Metal Detecting 1888 Mansion Ruins: Garrett GTI-2500.

We visit the site of former ‘Coal King’ and Parliamentarian Lewis Thomas’ mansion which was constructed in 1888 and demolished Continue reading

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Metal Detecting WW2 Australian Army Identity Disc: Garrett ATPro: Land Rover Defender

We visit the site of No.16 Australian Personnel Services Camp, which existed from 1943 until 1946. The camp saw a Continue reading

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WW2 US Army Airborne Regiment Site Relic Hunt. Garrett GTI-2500.

We visit the site of the parachute packing sheds of the US Army’s 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment, who were deployed Continue reading

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