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  1. #2326
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    Bill

    Jun 2017
    Manakin Sabot, VA
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    collecting as I can afford
    New collector here from just outside Richmond, VA. Looking forward to expanding my knowledge of collectible coins and paper $.
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  2. #2327
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    Fly Navy!

    Jun 2008
    York County, PA (USA) Brevard County, FL (USA)
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    Quote Originally Posted by olderider View Post
    New collector here from just outside Richmond, VA. Looking forward to expanding my knowledge of collectible coins and paper $.
    Welcome Aboard! Take a look at Sub-Forums: Virginia for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.



    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 7th, 1790)
    ..: Criminals obey "gun control" laws in the same manner politicians follow their oaths of office :..


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  3. #2328

    Jun 2017
    San Diego, California
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    Hello everyone! My name is Jimmy and I am from San Diego, I picked up a metal detector a few years ago for some outdoor fun. It quickly grew into one of my favorite passtimes! I have found all kinds of items and I always came here for answers. I recently found 2 round metal ball and had some questions... lol. I then decided I wanted to become a member so I could also contribute and give back in any way I could. If you are from San Diego and would like a partner in crime let me know! Happy hunting !
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  4. #2329
    Charter Member
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    Fly Navy!

    Jun 2008
    York County, PA (USA) Brevard County, FL (USA)
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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmCityJim View Post
    Hello everyone! My name is Jimmy and I am from San Diego...
    Welcome Aboard Jimmy! Take a look at Sub-Forums: California for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.



    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 7th, 1790)
    ..: Criminals obey "gun control" laws in the same manner politicians follow their oaths of office :..


    TreasureNet is a family friendly forum with the only exception being our Charter Member > Politics Forum. Please post by our rules, watch the language and the insults. Calling members a troll, using ôlocker room" language in your signatures, using special characters to bypass our language sensor -violates our rules. Again, please post by our rules.

  5. #2330
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    May 2008
    Brighton, Colorado
    Garrett AT Gold, Whites 808, Eagle Spectrum, Cibola & more
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    Welcome to treasurenet from a treasure hunter. James
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  6. #2331
    Charter Member
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    Fly Navy!

    Jun 2008
    York County, PA (USA) Brevard County, FL (USA)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesFariello View Post
    Welcome to treasurenet from a treasure hunter. James
    Welcome Aboard James! Take a look at Sub-Forums: Colorado for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.



    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 7th, 1790)
    ..: Criminals obey "gun control" laws in the same manner politicians follow their oaths of office :..


    TreasureNet is a family friendly forum with the only exception being our Charter Member > Politics Forum. Please post by our rules, watch the language and the insults. Calling members a troll, using ôlocker room" language in your signatures, using special characters to bypass our language sensor -violates our rules. Again, please post by our rules.

  7. #2332

    Jun 2017
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    I'm from the cold country minnesota and am currently using a gerrett ultra 500. It's been a good machine for me, but am looking to upgrade to a new whites v3i. Hope I'm not making a mistake.
    Not sure where to look for a reply as this is very new to me.
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  8. #2333
    Charter Member
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    Fly Navy!

    Jun 2008
    York County, PA (USA) Brevard County, FL (USA)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Verno View Post
    I'm from the cold country minnesota...
    Welcome Aboard! Take a look at Sub-Forums: Minnesota for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.



    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 7th, 1790)
    ..: Criminals obey "gun control" laws in the same manner politicians follow their oaths of office :..


    TreasureNet is a family friendly forum with the only exception being our Charter Member > Politics Forum. Please post by our rules, watch the language and the insults. Calling members a troll, using ôlocker room" language in your signatures, using special characters to bypass our language sensor -violates our rules. Again, please post by our rules.

  9. #2334
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    Buzz

    Jun 2017
    Atlanta
    Garrett Ace 400
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    Hello to all, I am new to Metal Detecting but have been finding/collecting stuff for many years. At present I am very excited to use a metal detector to find coins and relics. I like old stuff. I like unusual stuff. Who doesn't? I love American history.

    I am from MN originally but make my home in GA now. Currently on volunteer assignment 9 mos. per year overseas in Armenia. So, I only get to relic/coin hunt a few months each year in the US. I have just purchased my first MD - A Garrett Ace 400 and have about 4 hours in is all. Only interesting thing I have found is a 1950's Ball lid.

    Hope to list many more finds in coming months / years.

    Blessings to all
    Buzz
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  10. #2335
    Charter Member
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    Fly Navy!

    Jun 2008
    York County, PA (USA) Brevard County, FL (USA)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzltyr57 View Post
    ...make my home in GA now...
    Welcome Aboard Buzz! Take a look at Sub-Forums: Georgia for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.



    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 7th, 1790)
    ..: Criminals obey "gun control" laws in the same manner politicians follow their oaths of office :..


    TreasureNet is a family friendly forum with the only exception being our Charter Member > Politics Forum. Please post by our rules, watch the language and the insults. Calling members a troll, using ôlocker room" language in your signatures, using special characters to bypass our language sensor -violates our rules. Again, please post by our rules.

  11. #2336
    us
    Jun 2017
    Central Florida
    Discovery 2200
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    New member here, and I'm posting today after an hour spent digging dry holes on one of the busiest beaches in Florida. I've had my first detector for a month. Here's what I am looking for on this website and its forums, and what I am NOT finding. Your "beginner's guide" is vague, generic and lacking in specific tips. "Keep using it" and "ten hours you will get the hang of things" aren't the tutorial I am looking for, any more than the Youtube video on my specific "bang for the buck" beginner's detector (Bounty Hunter Discovery 2200). I have surpassed that ten hour limit, am following instructions to a T, have searched playgrounds, beaches, an abandoned school, and assorted interesting slices of NC, VA and Fla. woodlands...and found exactly one corroded zinc penny. So what could I be doing wrong? The reviews for this detector, likely paid (or at least product donated) endorsements, suggest it must be me. I am finding it difficult to get the detector to replicate a hit it just showed me. I get coin indications, left and right, seem to zero in on the hole, dig wider and deeper that suggested, and still nothing. I don't mind finding old cans, zinc alloy hurricane fence clips and the like. But if I "discriminate" at all, the hits I get lead to me finding nothing, dozens of holes at a time, what is going on? Phone in the pocket creating interference? Am I digging at the wrong point in the sweep? I know the depth is off, but is the detector sensing pyrite or oxides in beach sand or gravel? And the pointer provided in this still-a-bargain Amazon deal is basically a lost leader for 9v battery manufacturers. As useful as this site might be for bragging about what you find, the fact that pawn shops and Craigslist ads all over America are filled with these damned things "barely used" means something a little more thorough and remedial than "keep at it" is in order. Forums on classic car repair, sailing and bicycle maintenance get this. Let's set up a REAL "beginner's forum" where the group-sourced expertise available here can get people deeper into the hobby before they throw up their hands
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  12. #2337
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    Fly Navy!

    Jun 2008
    York County, PA (USA) Brevard County, FL (USA)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TR6guy View Post
    New member here...
    Welcome Aboard TR6! Take a look at Sub-Forums: Florida for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.



    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 7th, 1790)
    ..: Criminals obey "gun control" laws in the same manner politicians follow their oaths of office :..


    TreasureNet is a family friendly forum with the only exception being our Charter Member > Politics Forum. Please post by our rules, watch the language and the insults. Calling members a troll, using ôlocker room" language in your signatures, using special characters to bypass our language sensor -violates our rules. Again, please post by our rules.

  13. #2338
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    Brian Bake

    Jun 2017
    Mebane Nc
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    New "official" treasure hunter

    Hi everyone! I'm new to the treasure hunting life but have had a passion for it since I found my first fossil as a kid. I developed a love of history and treasure seeking that has lasted since then. I've finally reached a point in my life that allows me to actually go out and find these lost treasures and it's intoxicating. I'm interested in everything from fossils, gems, precious metals, coins and historical items.

    A little background about me: I'm a married father of 2 sons with a 3rd addition coming in Nov. I'm a medically retired disabled veteran and I serve the role of stay at home dad. I became more interested in hobbies that get me out of the house as I have essentially became a hermit. I do love to fish and do it somewhat regularly and even tried hunting a couple of times.

    When it comes to treasure hunting I know the possibilities of finding anything meaningful or valuable are slim, especially for a newbie but I dare say I'm somewhat of a optimistic. I look forward to making friends and enjoying a hobby that actually may help me expand my mental limitations and get me out and about. Happy hunting everyone!

    P.S I'm in Mebane Nc and the wife has an abundance of family in alamance and Orange County (hopefully she can get permission for me to hunt there lands)

    Would also love to tag along to learn the craft and would love to find/be a hunting partner
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    173rd 2/503rd Destined Co 11B1P
    Deployed, wounded and retired

    Married to the most amazing wife to have ever walked this earth, have 2 sons and another child on the way (Nov)

  14. #2339

    Jun 2017
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    Greetings From Texas, Looking Fwd. to being on this site, lots of good information here.

    With that Said, is there a Specific Thread to Post Pictures for information? (Need Info on a Cannon Ball)
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  15. #2340
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    Fly Navy!

    Jun 2008
    York County, PA (USA) Brevard County, FL (USA)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoffensnieg View Post
    Hi everyone!...
    Welcome Aboard! Take a look at Sub-Forums: North Carolina for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.
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    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 7th, 1790)
    ..: Criminals obey "gun control" laws in the same manner politicians follow their oaths of office :..


    TreasureNet is a family friendly forum with the only exception being our Charter Member > Politics Forum. Please post by our rules, watch the language and the insults. Calling members a troll, using ôlocker room" language in your signatures, using special characters to bypass our language sensor -violates our rules. Again, please post by our rules.

 

 

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