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02-27-2016, 08:03 PM
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# 7 came in to the sunlight!
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Hello Guys and gals, I wanted to get back to the wheat garden I hit yesterday but there wasn't any parking in that area. So went to another park that had activity in the past.
Funny as I was detecting some guy told his son that I was looking for coins from when he went sledding there as a boy.....and he was right! So did I.....
This is a heavy trash area. Plenty of folks detected there over the years. So again - no brag - detecting is not easy and you really have to listen for the possible tone. Even then you get fooled and dig up keys - pieces of lead - screw caps and bolts and ah you get the picture.
I was lucky enough to pull out # 7 today - 1941 mercury dime and a toasted 1950 wheat cent. It was a short hunt maybe about two hours - or a little less.It was late in the afternoon and I got tires and cold.
One of the keys looks like it is from the 70's. It look similar to my old Chevy Impala car key.


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02-27-2016, 08:41 PM
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Nice catch on the Merc Big T!! Yes You are so right about the junk in the ground! I dig a lot of nickels but I'd be willing to bet it's about 1 out of every five or six pull tabs and beaver tails! I work those areas real slow and eek out the best signal I can get. Sometimes it's a winner, and sometimes not! Glad you could get out.

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02-27-2016, 09:20 PM
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Trash or treasure appreciate seeing whats being found. Nice hunt you had there and sweet merc HHYes

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02-27-2016, 11:35 PM
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Good work getting the silver out of the trash Tony. They keep adding up for you.

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02-28-2016, 12:22 AM
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I was tired and cold and dinner was on the table. I dressed up in layers and got our there - I can't wait for better weather because the moisture will come out of the soil and in trashy areas you can't determine the goodies as easy. That's a tip that I learned myself last spring!
Thanks guys - one at a time is ok by me because it means my machine and I are working just fine!
Good luck and get out there if you can

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03-05-2016, 07:08 PM
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Nice merc, Tony Yes

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