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10-02-2013, 10:49 PM
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Lead figure
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I tried the T2 with a disc setting of 4. This is almost no disc at all. I've read that you get the most depth at this setting. The only thing is that after I was done swinging I realized that I forgot to ground balance. So I don't think I was getting good depth. I did find some small targets though. I'm pretty sure this is the first lead figure that I have found. I don't know what it is supposed to be. This tiny buckle looks to be brass and hit in the iron range. The round thing I think is a wheel from a toy. The dime is for size

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