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    Jun 2014
    Great Lakes - Midwest
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    Metal Detecting - Recovering the Past

    Last edited by PreciousMetalHead; Aug 24, 2016 at 04:41 PM.

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    us
    Feb 2014
    Dixie Desert
    Minelab X-Terra 705; Garrett Pro Pointer
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    Congratulations on the new equipment, now don't let your new detector sit at home & collect dust, take it out, learn how it works, listen to what it tells you & above all have fun...don't forget to show us your finds! Good Luck!
    Still playing in the dirt and rocks after all these years!

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    Sep 2012
    N.E. Texas
    Ace 250 , Pro pointer, AT Pro
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    Assuming there is a hole for headphones on your detector, they are worth the money, and don't have to cost much. Have fun and let us know what you find.
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    us
    Jun 2014
    Great Lakes - Midwest
    Bounty Hunter Pioneer Ex Generic Pinpointer
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    62 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by kenstein View Post
    Assuming there is a hole for headphones on your detector, they are worth the money, and don't have to cost much. Have fun and let us know what you find.
    No jack for a headphone output, put a piece of duct tape over speaker to muffle the sound.
    2014 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $2.58 | Silver Jewelry - 2
    2015 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $0.96
    2016 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $1.54

    2015 Coin Roll Hunting | 12 wheat cents | 1 dime in penny roll

    "We cannot understand the present until we explore the past."

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    us
    Jun 2014
    Great Lakes - Midwest
    Bounty Hunter Pioneer Ex Generic Pinpointer
    61
    62 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    8/16/14 - Two clad: 2005 quarter, 1982 D penny
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    2014 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $2.58 | Silver Jewelry - 2
    2015 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $0.96
    2016 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $1.54

    2015 Coin Roll Hunting | 12 wheat cents | 1 dime in penny roll

    "We cannot understand the present until we explore the past."

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    Bob

    Jun 2014
    Granite, Maryland
    Teknetics Omega 8000 Teknetics Delta 4000, Deteknix XPointer, Fiskar's Big Grip Digger & my old Army Trench shovel for the tough jobs
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    Metal Detecting
    Those BH machines will kill on the clad.
    If you need battery money you'll pretty much always find at least that.

    Question: I noticed you found two pieces of silver jewelry. Did you find them with your EX??
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    "'It Don't Mean a THING if You Ain't Got That Swing......"

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    us
    Jun 2014
    Great Lakes - Midwest
    Bounty Hunter Pioneer Ex Generic Pinpointer
    61
    62 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett424 View Post
    Those BH machines will kill on the clad.
    If you need battery money you'll pretty much always find at least that.

    Question: I noticed you found two pieces of silver jewelry. Did you find them with your EX??
    Found them with the Neo Geo detector in the backyard.
    Last edited by PreciousMetalHead; Aug 17, 2014 at 11:03 AM.
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    2014 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $2.58 | Silver Jewelry - 2
    2015 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $0.96
    2016 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $1.54

    2015 Coin Roll Hunting | 12 wheat cents | 1 dime in penny roll

    "We cannot understand the present until we explore the past."

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    Bob

    Jun 2014
    Granite, Maryland
    Teknetics Omega 8000 Teknetics Delta 4000, Deteknix XPointer, Fiskar's Big Grip Digger & my old Army Trench shovel for the tough jobs
    3,158
    2274 times
    Metal Detecting
    Quote Originally Posted by PreciousMetalHead View Post
    Found them with the Neo Geo detector in the backyard.
    So how far down were they??
    "'It Don't Mean a THING if You Ain't Got That Swing......"

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    us
    Jun 2014
    Great Lakes - Midwest
    Bounty Hunter Pioneer Ex Generic Pinpointer
    61
    62 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett424 View Post
    So how far down were they??
    6"-8" fairly deep..
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    2014 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $2.58 | Silver Jewelry - 2
    2015 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $0.96
    2016 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $1.54

    2015 Coin Roll Hunting | 12 wheat cents | 1 dime in penny roll

    "We cannot understand the present until we explore the past."

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    Bob

    Jun 2014
    Granite, Maryland
    Teknetics Omega 8000 Teknetics Delta 4000, Deteknix XPointer, Fiskar's Big Grip Digger & my old Army Trench shovel for the tough jobs
    3,158
    2274 times
    Metal Detecting
    Quote Originally Posted by PreciousMetalHead View Post
    6"-8" fairly deep..
    That's a pretty good find for the Nat Geo special.

    congrats
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    "'It Don't Mean a THING if You Ain't Got That Swing......"

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    I have the pioneer ex works really well.I upgraded to the platinum which is also good machine.I would like to get a 11dd coil for.platinum just not in budget right now.thanks for reading.happy hunting
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    us
    Jun 2014
    Great Lakes - Midwest
    Bounty Hunter Pioneer Ex Generic Pinpointer
    61
    62 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett424 View Post
    That's a pretty good find for the Nat Geo special.

    congrats
    just waiting on that first silver -- in coin form!
    Last edited by PreciousMetalHead; Mar 16, 2015 at 03:09 AM.
    2014 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $2.58 | Silver Jewelry - 2
    2015 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $0.96
    2016 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $1.54

    2015 Coin Roll Hunting | 12 wheat cents | 1 dime in penny roll

    "We cannot understand the present until we explore the past."

  13. #13
    us
    Jun 2014
    Great Lakes - Midwest
    Bounty Hunter Pioneer Ex Generic Pinpointer
    61
    62 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Fixitdave View Post
    I have the pioneer ex works really well.I upgraded to the platinum which is also good machine.I would like to get a 11dd coil for.platinum just not in budget right now.thanks for reading.happy hunting
    it seems to be "panning" out so to speak! bad puns aside, its a nice piece of machinery, now looking for some prime real estate to dig,, good hunting to you!
    Last edited by PreciousMetalHead; Mar 16, 2015 at 03:10 AM.
    2014 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $2.58 | Silver Jewelry - 2
    2015 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $0.96
    2016 Metal Detecting | Clad Totals: $1.54

    2015 Coin Roll Hunting | 12 wheat cents | 1 dime in penny roll

    "We cannot understand the present until we explore the past."

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    mikeraydj

    May 2014
    Montana
    Minelab E-Trac, Deteknix X-Pointer, Garrett Pro Pointer
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    Metal Detecting
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    Bounty Hunters are good machines. My first was a old Quick Draw 2 that I bought off CL for $75. I found enough clad to buy a F5. I go back to the places I hunted with the Bounty Hunter and don't find much, so it was a very good machine that really killed the clad.

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    Darrin

    May 2013
    Minnesota
    Minelab - E-Trac / Excalibur
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    Head down to Lincoln park - It's still producing silver coins.
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    Trying to find the lost ~


 

 
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