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Joe-Dirt

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Jan 18, 2018
3,498
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Central Massachusetts
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Minelab equinox 800 & XP Deus II , 2 Garrett carrots, Minelab find 35 pin pointer, NX6 shovel , 31” Lesche shovel, whites digmaster, Lesche hand trowel, 3-5 gallon buckets full of crappola
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Other
So me and my buddy went to my favorite beach to detect this fine holiday weekend, the place was packed but my “ secret spot” is rocky so we did our thing. Anyway, first off we didn’t find much, lots of clad and the usual beach debris when all of a sudden, out of nowhere and without warning I get a deep 87 on my Deus 2. So I sez to myself, hmmmmm copper penny?? But it’s really deep, let’s look……..so I did, and what popped out you ask??!! A giant great seal ring from about 10” down right at the water line, it’s busted but it weighs a ton ( not really, prolly a 1/2 oz). I have dug a similar ring to this but not the same, so if anyone has a date range, by all means, interject.
so after admiring my new ring for a while, I go back to tectin’ and I get just about the same signal, 87-88-89-90 and deep, again right at the water line. Soooooo I put a couple scoops on my target and out pops a quarter, a silver quarter, a silver SLQ, What the f*** is that doing here?? Beach is pulled down and it’s a real pain to dig but I can’t wait until it really washes out, it’s gonna be crazy.
Anyway, that’s my story…HH
 

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Joe-Dirt

Joe-Dirt

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Jan 18, 2018
3,498
10,677
Central Massachusetts
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Minelab equinox 800 & XP Deus II , 2 Garrett carrots, Minelab find 35 pin pointer, NX6 shovel , 31” Lesche shovel, whites digmaster, Lesche hand trowel, 3-5 gallon buckets full of crappola
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That was easy, gotta love them internets, it’s a woman’s army corp ring (WAC) cool
 

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billb

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Sep 23, 2010
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Upstate NY
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Excalibur2,,silver sabre
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All Treasure Hunting
Outstanding
Congratulations
Glad to see the Deus 2 working well
 
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Joe-Dirt

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Jan 18, 2018
3,498
10,677
Central Massachusetts
🏆 Honorable Mentions:
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Minelab equinox 800 & XP Deus II , 2 Garrett carrots, Minelab find 35 pin pointer, NX6 shovel , 31” Lesche shovel, whites digmaster, Lesche hand trowel, 3-5 gallon buckets full of crappola
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Thanks Mike!!
 
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Joe-Dirt

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Jan 18, 2018
3,498
10,677
Central Massachusetts
🏆 Honorable Mentions:
1
Detector(s) used
Minelab equinox 800 & XP Deus II , 2 Garrett carrots, Minelab find 35 pin pointer, NX6 shovel , 31” Lesche shovel, whites digmaster, Lesche hand trowel, 3-5 gallon buckets full of crappola
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Thanks ARC, I posted a similar picture earlier. The thing is a honker for sure
 

Digger RJ

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Aug 24, 2017
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27,595
SW Missouri/Oklahoma
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1
🏆 Honorable Mentions:
2
Detector(s) used
Minelab CTX 3030; Minelab Equinox 800;
XP Deus 2
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
So me and my buddy went to my favorite beach to detect this fine holiday weekend, the place was packed but my “ secret spot” is rocky so we did our thing. Anyway, first off we didn’t find much, lots of clad and the usual beach debris when all of a sudden, out of nowhere and without warning I get a deep 87 on my Deus 2. So I sez to myself, hmmmmm copper penny?? But it’s really deep, let’s look……..so I did, and what popped out you ask??!! A giant great seal ring from about 10” down right at the water line, it’s busted but it weighs a ton ( not really, prolly a 1/2 oz). I have dug a similar ring to this but not the same, so if anyone has a date range, by all means, interject.
so after admiring my new ring for a while, I go back to tectin’ and I get just about the same signal, 87-88-89-90 and deep, again right at the water line. Soooooo I put a couple scoops on my target and out pops a quarter, a silver quarter, a silver SLQ, What the f*** is that doing here?? Beach is pulled down and it’s a real pain to dig but I can’t wait until it really washes out, it’s gonna be crazy.
Anyway, that’s my story…HH
Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 
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Joe-Dirt

Joe-Dirt

Silver Member
Jan 18, 2018
3,498
10,677
Central Massachusetts
🏆 Honorable Mentions:
1
Detector(s) used
Minelab equinox 800 & XP Deus II , 2 Garrett carrots, Minelab find 35 pin pointer, NX6 shovel , 31” Lesche shovel, whites digmaster, Lesche hand trowel, 3-5 gallon buckets full of crappola
Primary Interest:
Other
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Thanks RJ
 

pepperj

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Feb 3, 2009
29,655
99,836
Detector(s) used
Deus, Deus 2, Minelab 3030, E-Trac,
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
Well done on the ring and the SLQ.
 

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