Need help Identifying this

digginEmup

Tenderfoot
Apr 23, 2017
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dinwiddie , virginia
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minelab excal
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All Treasure Hunting
Looks and feels like lead found 2 of these at two different wreck sites
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creskol

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Jan 14, 2007
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What kind on wreck side? Can you post more photos?
 

CRUSADER

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May 25, 2007
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ENGLAND
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XP Deus II v0.6 with 11" Coil
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Tough to ID a scrap like that. My observations are:
Doesn't look Lead in the picture.
Looks like a silver or zinc alloy that might have been in a fire.
 

49er12

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Aug 22, 2013
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Whites DFX, Notka Makro Simplex. Folks the price don’t mean everything, the question is are you willing to put in the time to learn the machine, experience will pay off I guarantee it.
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If it’s lead , lead was used and formed in many ways, lead usually hits good on machine. Sinkers and other forms, I look dumb founded figuring things out, whatever you do keep and figure later don’t throw away, here in western Pennsylvania we find hunks of lead at times
 

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