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    May 2020
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    Anyone ever find something line this?

    Not a hot rock
    It is very lightweight and has a glassy side and a rougher course side. It rings loud and clear and repeatable on the detector but does ring at all with a pinpointer...found several in a concentrated area of an okd early 1800’s homesite now a corn field

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    A piece of iron ore maybe. Ive found a ton of things like it that rang on my machine. Just a uneducated guess
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  3. #3
    us
    May 2020
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    Interesting
    Thanks!
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    Dec 2012
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    Looks like a cinder to me, partially burnt coal, often called "hot rocks" because they will make a detector sound off. Back in the day folks would spread their cinders from a coal burning stove on walkways when covered in snow or ice. I have hunted places where these things were all over walkways making hunting there quite difficult. The Brits call it "coke", another term for partially burnt coal.
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