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    Very porus black metal blob?

    Very confused what in the world are these? They make the ace 350 and pro pointer go off i cracked them open but cant tell them what they are any ideas? Thanks
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    looks like pumice,does it float?

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    Ill check
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    Nope dosnt float
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    Ash from a coke oven ? Does it read all over the spectrum ( iron up to Silver Dollar maybe even OVERLOAD ) on your detector ? The ash here in Pa. will drive a detector crazy .

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    Quote Originally Posted by XLTer
    Ash from a coke oven ? Does it read all over the spectrum ( iron up to Silver Dollar maybe even OVERLOAD ) on your detector ? The ash here in Pa. will drive a detector crazy .
    Reads right below nickel not too jumpy either.
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    It's so strange I don't know whether to keep it or what.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red James cash
    looks like pumice,does it float?
    Does pumice always float?
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    Probably "coal clinkers". It is the left over junk (impurities) that won't burn up when you burn coal. Pretty common around old houses that were heated by a coal furnace. You had to clean them out occasionally and they usually just got thrown out in the yard. They will make your detector go crazy.

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