Bunch of iron finds from small forest strip


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May 27, 2018
San Antonio, TX
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2015 Bounty Hunter Discovery 1100 // 2015 Bounty Hunter Ultra Mag Sharpshooter // 2019 Garrett Pro-Pointer AT
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Relic Hunting
Bit cloudy and cool today, there were quite some amount of people walking up and down the streets. It felt another perfect day to go detect. For a while I've been looking at a small strip of undisturbed forest between the road and the community park. I planned to go detecting inside the strip. There were less people in the park than I thought but proceeded with ease. There was a small but unnoticeable cutaway into the strip and ending in the center of the strip looks as if there was a small clearing made inside. Boulders and ivy were everywhere inside. I took time to get gloves on and clear the ground on ivy. 5 minutes go by and I start in the direction towards my entry. Some joggers and on goers pass by, but I'm completely concealed within the forest.

I haven't used Markup on my 4 1/2 year old iPhone in a very long while so here is some naming what I could ID right away.
After 1 and a half hour, I recover everything below v
Any artifacts with a question mark near it, I will take any input on IDing it.

Here are some finds near the strip within the park from a month ago I meant to post in Gas cap? What era?
All 3 were cleaned with CLR.

Will return to the strip for more artifacts,,, or even gold:coins:. Good luck to me then. Thanks for looking and HH!!:icon_thumright:
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Jan 14, 2007
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The ring thing that is 165mm long is half of a horse bit.
The curly wire thing is the remains of either a seat spring or mattress spring.
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Apr 8, 2018
Lanesville, IN
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White Coin master 4000
Garrett AT PRO
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
Bottom right is banding from a crate or pallet. In the middle of one piece you can see the crimped joiner clamp. probably fairly modern and used daily even now.
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