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  1. #16
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    Coin Rescue Tech

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Pueblo View Post
    Is that a metal projectile point? Whatever it is, its looks like a real killer.
    It's more than likely some sort of replica, I believe it's made of lead. Dug it up in a yard of a house built in the late 1800's, but I also pulled plenty of items from the mid to late 1900's there.
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  2. #17
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    Mar 2017
    Arizona
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    You have found some really nice stuff there.
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  3. #18
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    Luke

    Jul 2016
    Maryland
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    So much silver! Congrats!
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  4. #19
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    beachcomber, treasure hunter, fisherman

    Jun 2016
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    Hey loco......let me guess,...you shot the sheriff but you didnt shoot the deputy. Thats an awful lot of sheriffs badges !! Whats the story there
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  5. #20
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    beachcomber, treasure hunter, fisherman

    Jun 2016
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    I think I see at least 6 law enforcement type badges !!
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  6. #21

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    South of columbus

    Quote Originally Posted by Loco-Digger View Post
    It's time to breath some life into this sub forum.

    I started the hobby in 2014 and hit almost every park, school, and sports complex in a 40 x 50 mile area, as well as a few permissions. Here's most of the clad I dug between May and Dec 31st. Just know I spent about $40 in quarters which are not in the pick as well as the relics and keeper coins.

    Attachment 1514179

    2015 was much better than 2014 since I had plenty of permissions, even dug an 1877 Indian Head Cent.

    2015 Notable Finds

    Attachment 1514182

    Attachment 1514184

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    2016 was comparable to 2015 since I had plenty of permissions to hunt.

    2016 Notable Finds

    Attachment 1514190

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    2016 clad rolled to be deposited in my hobby account. I only run my pennies through the coin star and let the machine identify the good from the bad.

    If you are curious to what I dig each hunt, I invite you to look at my albums on my profile page. I began to document each hunt in 2015, wish I'd have started back in 2014 since on many hunts I averaged any wheres from $5.00 to $8.00 per hour instead of the $1.50 I avg per hour at most sites. I did have 2 virgin public spots that both gave up over $200 in clad.

    If you're ever going to be in the neighborhood (Wellington Ohio area), be sure you PM me in advance so we can meet and get a few permissions under our belt.
    If you ever find yourself in South Central Ohio let me know I have plenty of good spots to hunt and no one to hunt them with. I'm in Pickaway County about 30 miles south of Columbus.
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  7. #22
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    Nov 2016
    ohio
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    Hi i live clinton county if any one would like to hunt some time
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  8. #23
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    Sep 2015
    Southeast Grundy, Illinois
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    Still plenty of good finds? Looks like you cleaned up Ohio! Very impressive display of finds there And congrats again on the 1877 IHC!
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  9. #24

    Oct 2016
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    Love the odds and ends
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  10. #25
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    Cincinnati Ohio
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    Sweet finds Loco! I moved to Augusta KY to a farm from Cincinnati OH. Lots of great finds in Cincinnati over the years. Now I have to start sniffing out places in the new home town. Should be lots of history around but I need to start over on my homework.
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  11. #26
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    Coin Rescue Tech

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blak bart View Post
    I think I see at least 6 law enforcement type badges !!
    Plenty of kid's played cops & robbers I presume.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chesterjethro View Post
    If you ever find yourself in South Central Ohio let me know I have plenty of good spots to hunt and no one to hunt them with. I'm in Pickaway County about 30 miles south of Columbus.
    Thanks for the offer, but that would be about 5 hours round trip. Who know's maybe someday.

    Quote Originally Posted by killervv View Post
    Hi i live clinton county if any one would like to hunt some time
    glad to see some of the Ohio hunters post up on this thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by digger460 View Post
    Still plenty of good finds? Looks like you cleaned up Ohio! Very impressive display of finds there And congrats again on the 1877 IHC!
    Thanks digger460 yes there are still plenty out there. The clad does not accumulate as fast as it used to, but there are plenty of great finds hidden in the dirt waiting to be set free. Heck when I dug the 1877 I did not know what I had until I called my brother-in-law to rub-in the fact that I dug 2 IHC's that day. He set me straight right away and offered about $800 for it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiredman View Post
    Love the odds and ends
    Thanks Tiredman, I feel honored to have you post on my thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by RobRieman View Post
    Sweet finds Loco! I moved to Augusta KY to a farm from Cincinnati OH. Lots of great finds in Cincinnati over the years. Now I have to start sniffing out places in the new home town. Should be lots of history around but I need to start over on my homework.
    Thanks Rob, looks like you moved to a great place for detecting. I see there is a map from the 1880's for your county and town. Have you hunted by the old jail house yet in the park?
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  12. #27
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    Coin Rescue Tech

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastcoastdetectorist View Post
    So much silver! Congrats!
    Thanks man, I am not finding as many silver coins this year, but I have pulled a few nice bucket listers.
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  13. #28
    us
    Nov 2012
    Cincinnati Ohio
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loco-Digger View Post
    Plenty of kid's played cops & robbers I presume.



    Thanks for the offer, but that would be about 5 hours round trip. Who know's maybe someday.



    glad to see some of the Ohio hunters post up on this thread.



    Thanks digger460 yes there are still plenty out there. The clad does not accumulate as fast as it used to, but there are plenty of great finds hidden in the dirt waiting to be set free. Heck when I dug the 1877 I did not know what I had until I called my brother-in-law to rub-in the fact that I dug 2 IHC's that day. He set me straight right away and offered about $800 for it.



    Thanks Tiredman, I feel honored to have you post on my thread.



    Thanks Rob, looks like you moved to a great place for detecting. I see there is a map from the 1880's for your county and town. Have you hunted by the old jail house yet in the park?
    Not yet! Iím waiting for the weather to get a little colder to keep the nosey tree huggers away so I can get a feel for the area. They may be in big trouble because Iíve never seen anyone detecting since I moved here!
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  14. #29
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    Nov 2012
    Cincinnati Ohio
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    Wow that was weird. I replied to the other post.
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  15. #30
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    Brian

    Mar 2018
    NE Ohio
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    Ohio here

    Hi everyone... I have followed this site for years and finally signed up as a member. I grew up just west of you Loco... Clarksfied and Wakeman. started detecting in 2008 with purchase of DFX from whites... i seem to do ok but have been limited to little time the last couple years mostly hitting old schools here in the Akron area.... I am always looking for someone to hunt with.
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