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coiltek 10x5
Posted by: Ronin
Date: March 07, 2016 08:27PM
Just got a coiltek 10x5 and took it out for a quick spin. Went to a spot that I have hit several times with a CTX Got a 1906 indian head right next to a sidewalk. Will post pic after some soaking



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Re: coiltek 10x5
Posted by: kschae4
Date: March 11, 2016 08:13PM
IHs, always a nice find...



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Re: coiltek 10x5
Posted by: Ronin
Date: March 28, 2016 03:56PM
1906 Indian head



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middle tenn
safari
ctx 3030
explorer xs
excaliber 800
garrett gt2500
tesoro bandito




Re: coiltek 10x5
Posted by: klever
Date: March 28, 2016 08:10PM
Nice! Love the Indian Heads. Congratz.. It's been awhile for me. What do they usually register at?

Re: coiltek 10x5
Posted by: Prep1957
Date: March 31, 2016 08:08PM
The fatties in 1860s run in low twenties with nickel content and regular IH's run 28 to 31 here in Illinois I cannot find a piece of silver to save my life this year but I have found over 17 fatties trying to find gold this year I lowered my normal hunting discrimination and started to hit all these nickel IH's they come out of soil red,just like our nickels.I am pretty sure I was knocking these out all these years because they were in pull tab range but higher than nickel.

Re: coiltek 10x5
Posted by: klever
Date: April 01, 2016 12:40AM
I pretty much dig everything above an 11. I know I might be missing a thing or two, but really get tired of digging foil crap. Numbers in the 20's I like. Seems like some weird things come out in that range. Silver has been good so far this year for me. Indian heads though I have not found one in probably a couple of years. Probably because most of the houses I hunt are from the 40"s

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