FALCON Find In Arizona

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Send pictures, story, and specific information about your finds with a Falcon to info@falconmetaldetectors.com, even if its not a gold nugget.

 

Arizona Gold Nuggets
Arizona Gold Nuggets! Pretty good days work. One big one and 5 respectable pickers ( quarter shown for reference)

Paul finds 1/2 ounce+ nugget!Paul

Paul found this 1/2+ ounce nugget this past August while working a claim in central Arizona. The 5 smaller nuggets pictured were found in
the same area a short distance from the large one. The Falcon located and pinpointed the large nugget at a depth of 12 inches! Paul was
shocked and so was I. Generally speaking, I might expect the Falcon to pick up a beer can at 12 inches but not a half ounce nugget. And
since many larger detectors have been used in this area why hadn’t they found it?

After considering the factors, I suspect the nugget was setting on end and had an oxidation layer (halo) which was detected by the Falcon.
If it was setting on end, the oxidation layer might look like a distorted football setting on end. Since the oxidation layer and the nugget
are electrically conductive, the target would appear larger than the nugget by itself. Of course once the nugget is dug up the oxidation
layer is destroyed. That oxidation layer may have taken several millenium to form, so reproducing the conditions of this find is nearly
impossible.

The oxidation layer (halo) effect is noticable in coins in a few years and in iron in a few months, but since gold does not oxidize very
fast, it takes many years. Many nugget hunters will tell you that they quite often dig a respectable target only to lose it when they dig it
up. The target by itself may be too small for their detector to locate. Having a Falcon handy makes locating nuggets easier and may locate
those “lost” ones.

Remember most nuggets we find may have been setting right there waiting for us to find them for hundreds of thousands of years. Pretty
awesome when you stop to think about it!


MD20 TAKES A LICKIN BUT KEEP ON …

MD20 Busted but running

Lode Gold Falcon
11 GOLD BEARING ROCKS, These were found with MD20 after it was damaged

” Hello Falcon folks, While prospecting at a old lode mine the other day I set my backpack down to begin looking for quartz & gold rocks when a larger boulder from up above came rolling down and hit my backpack damaging my Falcon Metal Detector badly, and also damaging my camera to the point it will not work. Amazingly after taking out my Falcon detector, I turned it on, and it still worked and I went on to find 11 rocks with small amounts of gold in them. What a durable detector you guys make. After arriving home I opened up the detector to find only the plastic standoffs were broken.Thank you for making a great machine.” – Jerry (Calaveras County California)


19 grams of gold found in a week

19 grams of gold found in a week with Falcon.
19 grams of gold found in a week with Falcon.

This is 19 grams of gold found in a short time on a one week trip by Adam M in Northern California with his new FALCON MD20.  Nice find Adam.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Falcon MD20 Finds Lots of Treasures

Wire gold in calcite with shale cap. Found by Rob Repin
Wire gold in calcite with shale cap. Found by Rob Repin

These are recent finds with a Falcon MD20 submitted by Doug Lenz owner of Blue Crystal Gold Mining.

“ROB REPIN …USINGTHE FALCON MD20 FOUND THIS CRYSTALLINE WIRE GOLD IN CALCITE w / SHALE CAP ….IN THE SWAUK CREEK MINING DIST. …. LIBERTY WA. … THE CUT SLABS OF GOLD BEARING QUARTZ WERE FOUND IN A MINING TAILING PILE WITH THE FALCON…FOUND 5 ..

Gold traces in quartz found in tailing pile with Falcon MD20
Gold traces in quartz found in tailing pile with Falcon MD20

FIST SIZE ROCKS WITH GOLD STRINGERS RUNNING THOUGH THEM…THE GOLD MASTER TRACKER…GMT AND THE MINE LAB GP 3700 ..THAT WE HAD WITH US DID NOT FIND ANY OF THE ROCKS OF GOLD..WE TRIED BUT ONLY THE… FALCON… SCORED THE GOLD THAT DAY…..” – Doug (Snohomish, Washington)

Wire gold in calcite with shale top.
Wire gold in calcite with shale top.
Falcon MD 20 finds, un-exploded dynamite blasting cap.
Falcon MD 20 finds, un-exploded dynamite blasting cap.

Hardrock produces using Falcon

Hardrock produces using Falcon.
Hardrock produces using Falcon.

Hardrock Will used to wonder if he would find gold.  Now that he has a Falcon, he expects to find gold each time he goes out.  Checking for small gold in material that would normally be tossed, Hardrock puts the Falcon through its paces.  He says “Wires are falling out of that vein right and left.  I love that wire gold.”

 

 

 

 

 

Nuggets found by Hardrock Will

Nuggets were found by Hardrock Will and Falcon MD20.
Nuggets were found by Hardrock Will and Falcon MD20.
Close Up of Hardrock Will's Gold Nuggets found with Falcon MD20
Close Up of Hardrock Will’s Gold Nuggets found with Falcon MD20

These nuggets were found by Hardrock Will in New Mexico with the Falcon Gold Tracker.  ‘Hardrock’ Will works an area where there is no water.  He has found a narrow vein which has yielded some real pretty gold.  While you would expect the nuggets in the picture to have been found with a ‘BIG $ DETECTOR’,  not so.  You could not find these nuggets in the location with a typical nugget detector.

Small gold found by the Falcon, Nothing hunts like a Falcon
Small gold found by the Falcon, Nothing hunts like a Falco

 

 

 

 

 

 

Small gold found by the Falcon

Everyone likes to look at the big ones, but the real money is in the smaller pieces of gold. The Falcon finds small gold better than any detector on the market. We have the gold to prove it. Nothing hunts like a Falcon. Who says you have to go to Australia to find big nuggets? Who says you have to pay BIG $ to find gold with a detector? Obviously Will has found his fair share in New Mexico using his trusted FALCON detector.  “One day I hit three pockets.  Those Falcons are the best! “