Walked a mile back to a field site.

Merf

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I let the vanquish rest and took the lightweight quest x10 pro. My first real hunt with the x10. Impressive for a low priced detector. I found these. Need help identifying the backmark on the flat button and identifying the cw eagle button.
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Digger RJ

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ModernMiner

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Two great buttons Merf. Congrats
The cannonball guy may have your answer here to the Imperial Standard flat button:

 
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Merf

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Jan 7, 2007
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Northern Illinois
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Minelab vanquish, Quest x10 pro
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All Treasure Hunting
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