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    Clark and Ellen's cousin

    Mar 2012
    Cark and Ellen's
    Fisher F75, Tesoro Vaquero, 31" Lesche Ball Handle Sampson Shovel, Lesche Tool, Garrett PP, Ultimate Gray Ghost Headphones
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    120 times
    Metal Detecting

    1803 Draped 1/2 cent, Silver, Jewelry, Etc...

    Headed down to the South Jersey shore the other day to help a friend. I finished up helping him early, so I decided to go hit an old local church that I used to go to as a kid. I grew up in the area and knew the pastor so getting permission was easy. I was only there for about 45 mins, but the finds jumped out quickly. This was a small church yard so my 15" DD covered the area nicely. Church was built in 1889 and prior to that there was a small home on the grounds. 80% of the grounds are a parking lot which is a shame. Glad I decided to bring my T2 SE with me at the last minute.

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    Old Jewelry
    1945 Silver War Nickel
    1936 Silver Washington
    1803 Draped Bust 1/2 Cent
    Suspender Buckle
    Buttons
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    Nov 2012
    New Orleans
    Teknetics alpha 2000 ,garret pro pointer
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    Metal Detecting
    Good job
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  3. #3

    Jul 2012
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Nice finds.
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    Clark and Ellen's cousin

    Mar 2012
    Cark and Ellen's
    Fisher F75, Tesoro Vaquero, 31" Lesche Ball Handle Sampson Shovel, Lesche Tool, Garrett PP, Ultimate Gray Ghost Headphones
    327
    120 times
    Metal Detecting
    Thanks guys... I had some time restrictions due to the long ride home, hence the 45 min hunt, so I am sure I left a lot behind. I'll get down there again over the summer.
    Not All Who Wander Are Lost...

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    Sep 2010
    Western Massachusetts
    White's MXT
    696
    297 times
    Relic Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)
    Beautiful half cent! Better than both of mine combined!
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    Donald

    Dec 2012
    Boerne Tx.
    New Minelab E-Trac with Sunray probe, Garrett Ace 350, Teknetics Delta, Garrett Pro Pointer
    414
    127 times
    Metal Detecting
    Awesome finds, love the half cent!
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    Jan 2013
    Kalamazoo co. MI
    1 Minelab CTX3030, 2 Garrett AT Gold, Garrett ACE 350, 2 Bounty Hunter tracker IV,BH Junior, 2 Garrett pro pointers a family adventure!!
    2,346
    650 times
    Metal Detecting
    Awsome finds!
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    Feb 2005
    Bavaria Germany
    Minelab XT70, Fisher 1280, Garrett Ace 250 and MH5
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Interesting finds, congrats! HH, Mike
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    Nov 2010
    California
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    Wonderful hunt! Glad you're planning to return to the churchyard. Hmm .... guess it pays to behave in church as a boy, rather than wiggle out of the pew to go fishing, lol. Andi
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    CASPER

    Jan 2012
    NEW ENGLAND
    WHITE'S XLT, PI PRO, GARRETT 2500, 3- FISHER CZ21s, JW FISHER 8X
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    fishstick

    Oct 2012
    Indiana
    Fisher F5, T2SE, F2 for the boys, XP Deus
    1,533
    1059 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    WOW!! That half is WICKED lookin! How are you likin that 15" coil, how much more depth are you gettin? CONGRATS... HH

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    Apr 2011
    Ohio
    Currently using: XP DEUS, T2 SE and the Garret Carrot lol Have used: Garret Ace 250, Garret AT Pro, Garret Pro Pointer
    1,610
    662 times
    Relic Hunting
    Score!!!

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    Clark and Ellen's cousin

    Mar 2012
    Cark and Ellen's
    Fisher F75, Tesoro Vaquero, 31" Lesche Ball Handle Sampson Shovel, Lesche Tool, Garrett PP, Ultimate Gray Ghost Headphones
    327
    120 times
    Metal Detecting
    Thanks guys!!!

    FISHSTICK.....: I haven't noticed a dramatic increase in depth yet. One thing that I do notice is that it really makes the deeper "iffy" signals more pronounced. Coins, buttons, and other coin sized items that were iffy signals at the 10" range are no longer iffy signals. I prefer it over the 11" Biaxial stock coil. I feel it has better target separation, better target id on deeper targets, runs more stable, etc.... I haven't used it in Boost Mode yet, but I'm sure I will when these farm fields thaw out.

    It adds a little weight, but nothing ridiculous. It has NO Problem finding VERY small items too. Some would think that a large coil would miss small objects, not this coil. I dig tiny ass pieces of square nail heads at 9" at the older home sites regularly when clearing an area of the iron junk before hunting a grid.
    Last edited by CousinEddie; Feb 02, 2013 at 08:09 AM.
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    Dec 2012
    El Paso Texas/Las Cruces New Mexico
    Garrett AT Pro. and AT Gold, Nox 800,Nox 600
    418
    709 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Nice finds! Glad that coil is working for ya


    "Real tomato ketchup Eddie?"
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    Clark and Ellen's cousin

    Mar 2012
    Cark and Ellen's
    Fisher F75, Tesoro Vaquero, 31" Lesche Ball Handle Sampson Shovel, Lesche Tool, Garrett PP, Ultimate Gray Ghost Headphones
    327
    120 times
    Metal Detecting
    "Only the best"...
    Not All Who Wander Are Lost...

 

 
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