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Cooking | Garrett ATX Test on Buried Gold Nuggets
Garrett ATX Test on Buried Gold Nuggets
Garrett ATX Test on Buried Gold Nuggets
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http:Mashdetectors.com - doing some buried target test for video of several gold nuggets and one nickel. Results are good depth test for the Garrett ATX. Depth limits reached on most target as you will see. Buy the Garrett ATX here: http:mashdetectors.commashdetectorsgarrett_atx.htmlLatest Garrett ATX Review here: http:mashdetectors.commetaldetectingbloggarrett-atx-extreme-review
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