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    Tunstin ring

    When looking for a ring that individual loss Cleaning his yard unknown would tungsten read at anybody help me out that

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    Todd In Lutz FL

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    On the CTX the tungsten rings hit around 12-10 to 12-20 depending on size

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    So pretty close reading on a etrac, I was Afraid that I had discriminated it because I didn't find it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimzz977 View Post
    So pretty close reading on a etrac, I was Afraid that I had discriminated it because I didn't find it
    What discrimination are you running?
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    Factory pattern

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    This is the pattern I'm running

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    Todd In Lutz FL

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    If I was looking for a ring on the surface I would run an open screen no discrimination just my opinion. The lost ring is probably in a trash pile or bagged.

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    Yuip lesson learned, I should've open screen I didn't think about until I left

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    The factory coin/jewelry pattern should have no problem with finding a tungsten carbide ring. Assuming you properly gridded the area, either it wasn't lost there, got hauled off, found by someone, hidden where your detector can't reach, or it's masked by a nearby metal object. Check bushes and trees where it could get hung up. Also rain gutters depending on the circumstances of it being lost.
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    IMHO: Run a wide open screen, turn down the sensitivity (should be surface or very very shallow) and grid the possible area with your largest coil.

    Good Luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor of Engineering View Post
    IMHO: Run a wide open screen, turn down the sensitivity (should be surface or very very shallow) and grid the possible area with your largest coil.

    Good Luck!
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