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Gold Prospecting e-News, Issue #73 - Testing Coiltek Coils on the SDC 2300
August 23, 2019
Testing the SDC2300 with a 14x9 Coiltek Coil
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Testing the New Coiltek 14x9" Coil on SDC2300Gidday All,
The Seminars have finished for 2019, thank you to all those who attended. We enjoyed your company and everyone learned a lot, but in particular the legal way to go prospecting in WA.
We have tested the Coiltek 14x9' Mono coil on the Minelab SDC2300.
There has been some positive and negative feedback about the coils from others we have spoken to.
Testing the 14x9 Coiltek Coil on the SDC2300Note: we purchased this equipment ourselves. We do not get any benefits from manufacturers for any of our product reviews - we tell it like it is.
We did not buy the smaller Coiltek coils for a few reasons:
(1) It gets too expensive to buy and test everything.
We do not believe buying the coil is a good investment for people who have an SDC2300 for many reasons.
What we question about this is "Why would you want to lose the benefits of an SDC2300 by adding a larger coil to it?"
The benefits we see lost are:
See the page link for the full report and a video showing the testing on the Coiltek 14x9 coil on the Minelab SDC2300.
On that page you can also add your comments if you want to about your experience using the new coils on the SDC2300 Testing the Coiltek 14x9 Coil on the Minelab SDC2300 page
Drop in Section 40e Permits Issued.There has been a massive decline in Section 40e Permits Issued since the increase in fees to $90 on July 1.
We hear permit applications are up to 80% down at some Mining Registrars.
Wow, that means that:
Who knows? I have not been able to get out into the field since July so have not spoken to many people out there about this.
However, I urge you NOT to consider going prospecting where you are not allowed to go. There are heavy fines for illegal Prospecting and Mining, including confiscation of equipment.
We have also heard that the Gold Squad has been very active of late in various areas like Sandstone. Some people have been warned off or booked.
If you are legally prospecting and you know exactly where you are on the ground you have nothing to worry about.
Remember we have some free training on this and always talk to a Mining Registrar in the field if you are unsure.
Here is the link to our free training on the geomap training WA website.
There is also more in depth paid training options on that site.
It is a membership site so you need a login username and password to access it so you need to register.
You register by either buying a training product or selecting the free training on the site;
I have included the link to a video that will help that shows you how to access the free training. If the video below does not play in your browser please click on the link to access it.
Video - How to Sign up and Access the Training
APLA AGM for Members in Leonora 21 SeptemberThe Amalgamated Prospectors and Leaseholders Association (APLA) AGM is on in Leonora on 21 September this year for APLA members only and I will be talking there about "Where to Find Gold"
Here is a link to the page if you haven't seen it yet; APLA Agm For members Page.
What Information and Videos Do You Want us to build.What Do You Need - Survey Form Page
Udo and I have reached a stage where we are both busy and involved in a lot of other family and business activities.
We want to make sure that we focus on what YOU want developed and built relating to Gold Prospecting in WA.
We have included the link to the page at the beginnig of this item and would appreciate it if you would tell us what information YOU want or need.
We can then focus our energies on building information to suit your needs.
Thanks a Lot.
We are Looking forward to your comments on what you would like us to develop for you in the future
See you out there prospecting and if we don't -
...may you find plenty of gold nuggets in 2019
Udo and Bill
Nobody gets ALL the gold. There’s still plenty left for you.
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