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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by fistfulladirt View Post
    That’s not free no fee. It’s why I dumped all the greedy so and so’s.
    Since it is still my money and I can get it back at any time I don't consider it a fee. I only set up accounts at banks with coin counters, I would rather have a $10 savings account there than pay 10% to count coins and I don't have time to wrap them AND many banks around here won't take rolled coins.

    Do you have places that let you use the coin counters for free?
    Ferengi Rules of Acquisition

    #59 "Free advice is seldom cheap"

    #92 "Never confuse wisdom with luck"

    2019 Totals: Halves: 12 40% 4 90%, Dimes: 23, Quarters: 0

    2019 GOAL: 300 silver Currently 45/300

    Boxes searched: Halves boxes 12, bags 0, CWR 0, loose 0 : Dimes boxes 0, bags 1, BWR 0, CWR 0 : Quarters boxes 1, bags 2, CWR 0

    MILES Driven 225

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    DALTON

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Cartwright SASS View Post
    it all depends on what why you search halves, if it is for silver it is not worth it to my mind. If it is for silver and what I do put together a set of coins in a Dansco album then you have to make a decision. I don't know if I would continue or not. My first bank didn't charge, just one day they refused to order any more halves period. I don't overload them with halves as one of my other banks that someone did that do changed their counters so they no longer accept halves and they refuse rolled coin.

    Golf is one of those expensive hobbies, another is shooting - my 45-70's cost $2 per shot for factory ammo
    You think your shells are high. Mine almost double, and triple yours at times per shell. Barrett 82A1 semi auto with 29Ē fluted barrel. I chose this one because it was already desert sand color, and was of course semi auto which is fun when you are going out, and showing someone itíll take down a tree with a few shots. My uncle has two ricks of wood I took down with it
    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it. Looking for members to join our group in Arkansas. PM me if interested.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY NEW YOUTUBE SITE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5L...TU-niIB4eEL8NA

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by civil_war22 View Post
    You think your shells are high. Mine almost double, and triple yours at times per shell. Barrett 82A1 semi auto with 29” fluted barrel. I chose this one because it was already desert sand color, and was of course semi auto which is fun when you are going out, and showing someone it’ll take down a tree with a few shots. My uncle has two ricks of wood I took down with it
    Yup the Barrett's are pricey to feed. I reload my 45-70's so even buying the bullets it is less than 50 cents each. Also I as I get older I am leaning more towards carbines...
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    Ferengi Rules of Acquisition

    #59 "Free advice is seldom cheap"

    #92 "Never confuse wisdom with luck"

    2019 Totals: Halves: 12 40% 4 90%, Dimes: 23, Quarters: 0

    2019 GOAL: 300 silver Currently 45/300

    Boxes searched: Halves boxes 12, bags 0, CWR 0, loose 0 : Dimes boxes 0, bags 1, BWR 0, CWR 0 : Quarters boxes 1, bags 2, CWR 0

    MILES Driven 225

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommybuckets View Post
    Yup that can happen,.. if you give them your card when you pick up the box. I'm all cash and smiles until they start looking up your account number lol. THEN RUNNNN!
    I used to handle all my transactions in cash, but corporate policy has forced them to lookup account info for any transaction. This action has curtailed my large volume that I used to do. My dump bank chain is BoA. About a decade or more ago, they were required to file a SAR for any transaction of $8500 or more regardless if the teller knew the customer. So for a long time, I kept my cash transaction at $6k/per transaction. I was able to dump at a series of BoA branches that were on my dump run with $6K/per branch all with smiles/cash. Now, they require the account lookup and my volume has been nipped. I still hunt and always will, but my days of $30K are over with.

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    DALTON

    Dec 2008
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    Fisher F75 SE/LTD2, minelab Etrac, whites classic id, spectrum xlt, fisher f7, fisher 1266, king of all Tesoro Cibola, Tesoro Vaquero, Fisher 1280-X, minelab equinox, Fisher F75+
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Cartwright SASS View Post
    Yup the Barrett's are pricey to feed. I reload my 45-70's so even buying the bullets it is less than 50 cents each. Also I as I get older I am leaning more towards carbines...
    Iím the same way I reload all my rounds. Iíve also gone more towards carbines as they are not only lighter, but more comfortable to shoot. I bought a old Mosant Nagant carbine just to have it. I restored it, reblued all of the blue finish, and sent the bolt, and action to be re-Nickel plated. Was a fun gun, sounded like a cannon going off, but was actually reasonably accurate. Iím like you though, after my spinal fusion, I find it hard to hold up a long gun very long. The Barrett has a very thick, and sturdy bipod so I can lay down to shoot it. Before I had the back surgery I could sit on one knee, with my elbow holding it up against my knee, and shoot it that way, but between the knee replacement, and spinal fusion I am lucky to get on the ground, and get back up
    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it. Looking for members to join our group in Arkansas. PM me if interested.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY NEW YOUTUBE SITE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5L...TU-niIB4eEL8NA

  6. #21
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    DALTON

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    Fisher F75 SE/LTD2, minelab Etrac, whites classic id, spectrum xlt, fisher f7, fisher 1266, king of all Tesoro Cibola, Tesoro Vaquero, Fisher 1280-X, minelab equinox, Fisher F75+
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    Iím going today to get some more coins. Going to only spend about $50, and am stuck between what I want to get
    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it. Looking for members to join our group in Arkansas. PM me if interested.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY NEW YOUTUBE SITE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5L...TU-niIB4eEL8NA

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