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  1. #21

    Apr 2012
    Wa. State
    Quattro, DeLeon, Tiger Shark, Garrett probe , 5" concentric , 10.5 " DD & 18" DD for minelabs. 8" coil hard wired to TS
    568
    49 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Those zinc lids sure can be detected deep, and seem to be everywhere around these woods, less the shall I say round silver pieces.
    It's no wonder truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense. Mark Twain

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  3. #22
    us
    Oct 2009
    4,297
    1777 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Interesting what targets are giving an overload signal for some. I have dug many beer cans and zinc jar lids, but none of them have ever been an overload.

  4. #23
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    Jul 2010
    Natchez,ms
    Whites VX3, whites DFX
    403
    109 times
    Relic Hunting
    I dug 1 overload, ironically it was a shovel. But not a very old one!!!

  5. #24
    us
    Apr 2012
    Sneads Ferry NC
    Torreseo Sand Shark, Whites Beach Hunter ID, Bounty Hunter Tracker IV, Garret Pro Pointer
    72
    20 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    My last overload was a water soaked Iphone. The majority of the time it ends up being buried pop/beer cans, but occasionally you will be surprised. I dig all the overloads, just so I can save some ear damage my next trip.

  6. #25
    us
    Jul 2008
    33
    I was in a covered garage with a dirt floor....got an overload signal as a passed over a clump of dirt. I kicked the clump and out came a large circular object that appeared to be some type of coin. It was very dirty and appeared to be rusty or extremely tarnished. My first thought was that the coin was copper or clad and had rusted. My wife is a chemist....and I asked her how to clean the coin, so she took it....and came back a minute later, and said...this coin isn't copper...it's silver. Turns out that it was a 1917 British Half Crown. It turns out that the guy who originally built the house and garage was in the first World War and evidently brought the coin back with him.

    With that said...99.9% of the overloads have been plow parts or tin cans but you never know.

 

 
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