Spanish Era Musket Ball???

Skeeball331

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Hey Everyone !

Brand new to the website and I’m totally stoked to be here! I’ve been metal detecting for only about 2 years now while being stationed out here in Guam. Just today I went to a favorite spot of mine at an old Spanish Fort called Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad, and I think I found an old musket ball?
It’s probably not a musket ball but all of the research I’ve done about the place and what they’re suppose to look like seem a little close ! It was right next to a bunch of really old trees about 06 inches under the ground. Could anyone tell me what I found ???
 

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Goldiver

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Welcome to Tnet! Your find does resemble a fired musket ball, it should be heavy and not be attracted to a magnet. Guam would be an awesome place to metal detect. I hope you dig more goodies there.

Steve
 
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Nice find, keep up the good work! :occasion14:
 

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