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  1. #1
    nickname: Eagle Four-Eyes

    Apr 2012
    South of the Mason-Dixon Line
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    Another war nickel

    I went out for a bit and I did turn up quite a bit, but almost all clad. $2.54

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    Don't know how old.

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    Thingamajig. Not broken off, that's how it comes whatever it turns out to be.

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    Decent shape wheaties.

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    War Nickel

    And always remember to keep your eyes open when not detecting. You might miss a pretty bauble.
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    And to finish the day, I got this hit on the AT-PRO that gave me a short, solid, repeatable hit of 91. I'd never seen a solid hit stay so stubbornly on one number. Anyway, it's either a homemade ring, or a cutting from a brass/copper pipe. Thing is, it was entangled in the roots of a VERY old tree at about a depth of 8 inches!
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    Figuring I'd already gotten the "brass ring", I called it a day.

    Thanks for peeking.

    HH!
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    I have to take my detector out for a walk every now & then. If I don't, it starts leaving little piles of pull tabs all over the house!!

  2. #2
    us
    Jan 2007
    Infinium and Sovereign GT
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    Nice saves! That nickel is a beauty!
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  3. #3
    nickname: Eagle Four-Eyes

    Apr 2012
    South of the Mason-Dixon Line
    Garrett AT-PRO Garrett Groundhog Pro-Pointer Jack Hammer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by creskol View Post
    Nice saves! That nickel is a beauty!
    Yeah, ya know, I kinda like those war nickels. They are a strange hit though.

    Thanks!

    HH!
    I have to take my detector out for a walk every now & then. If I don't, it starts leaving little piles of pull tabs all over the house!!

  4. #4
    us
    I LIKE SHINY THINGS

    Apr 2012
    SOMEWHERE
    MINELAB E-TRAC MINELAB SAFARI TEKNETICS OMEGA 8000 GARRETT AT PRO GARRETT PRO POINTER VIBRA PROBE 580
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    Nice that thingymabob kinda looks like maybe something to a lock or door
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  5. #5
    nickname: Eagle Four-Eyes

    Apr 2012
    South of the Mason-Dixon Line
    Garrett AT-PRO Garrett Groundhog Pro-Pointer Jack Hammer!
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    3528 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I was thinking the same thing. Maybe like one of the internal pins in a lock? The "2" might just be the position in the tumbler.
    I have to take my detector out for a walk every now & then. If I don't, it starts leaving little piles of pull tabs all over the house!!

 

 

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