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05-30-2017, 03:22 PM
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One for the bucket list
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and some other stuff on two different hunts. The circle of Wheaties surrounds my bucket list item. A Buffalo nickel. First and only one I've found. A cool old buckle. The top piece of an old compact. It's very detailed. I love the different colors in it. And a rosie out of no where. I was hunting for clad hoping for a piece of jewelry and to my surprise out pops a rosie.


   
   
   


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05-30-2017, 03:29 PM
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That is a cool compact but man the pistol buckle is awesome

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05-30-2017, 06:17 PM
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I agree about the buckle, that's gotta be an old one with a flintlock pistol on it. I like the compact too! Very unique. Congrats on the Buff and the surprise Rosie. If you're digging Buffs, you will be digging gold. Gold under 4 inches will hold a solid small range of #'s and tone. When it gets deeper is when it's a real toss up as to dig. My soil is so mineral laden that sometimes running full sensitivity is insane, but I do it anyway. I know also on the AT Pro that Rosies will run between 79 and 84 here in my soil. The tone though is usually pretty high, but so are screwcaps, sometimes. Being that your running an F75 the difference shouldn't be that much between the two machines, like mine and yours. Those small coils are the greatest for the trashy areas. Especially if you turn your sense down a notch or two and just look for the shallow targets. I've never found a gold ring deeper than 6". Good luck next trip there!

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05-30-2017, 11:51 PM
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(05-30-2017 03:29 PM)ohioturkeyhunter Wrote:  That is a cool compact but man the pistol buckle is awesome
Thanks OTH. I really do like the buckle. It has a place in my finds display cabinet.

(05-30-2017 06:17 PM)Ohio Dirt Fisher Wrote:  I agree about the buckle, that's gotta be an old one with a flintlock pistol on it. I like the compact too! Very unique. Congrats on the Buff and the surprise Rosie. If you're digging Buffs, you will be digging gold. Gold under 4 inches will hold a solid small range of  #'s and tone. When it gets deeper is when it's a real toss up as to dig. My soil is so mineral laden that sometimes running full sensitivity is insane, but I do it anyway.  I know also on the AT Pro that Rosies will run between 79 and 84 here in my soil. The tone though is usually pretty high, but so are screwcaps, sometimes. Being that your running an F75 the difference shouldn't be that much between the two machines, like mine and yours. Those small coils are the greatest for the trashy areas. Especially if you turn your sense down a notch or two and just look for the shallow targets. I've never found a gold ring deeper than 6".  Good luck next trip there!

Ed

Ed I dug a gold ring today that was pinging between foil and nickel. I don't usually dig those numbers but it paid off today. I will starting digging more of those signals.

Ya know Ed , I've found 4 golds in my short detecting career and I've only found one deeper than 4 inches.

I won't lie Ed , when I found the buffalo nickel , man I was ecstatic. I was so happy. It's always cool to hit a bucket list item.

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05-31-2017, 07:47 PM
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Awsome belt buckel, always great to check one off the list. Congrats!

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06-02-2017, 08:25 AM
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Thanks Leo.

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