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Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Digger70pa
Date: July 15, 2018 07:43PM
I got out to a old spot today. We got lucky the field was in between planting so we hit it. It was a Confederate camp on the way in & out of Gettysburg. HH



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Cajuncoinhunter
Date: July 18, 2018 06:58AM
Wow... one of those chewed bullets looks like a tooth ! :blink: CCH



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Piedmontartifacts
Date: July 18, 2018 01:31PM
Awesome, a CW bullet is on my bucket list. Congrats.



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Digger70pa
Date: July 18, 2018 08:05PM
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Cajuncoinhunter
Wow... one of those chewed bullets looks like a tooth ! :blink: CCH
Thanks buddy. I've found a few of them in this camp. I guess hogs got them.



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Digger70pa
Date: July 18, 2018 08:12PM
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Piedmontartifacts
Awesome, a CW bullet is on my bucket list. Congrats.
Well good luck buddy. Once you find one many will follow. Where do you live? One thing for sure is you won't find any where there aren't any lol. The area has to have civil war activity to find relics. Some people find relics out west in areas that never had anything going on but I guess a soldier came home with some of his stuff & lost it. Or threw it out. I live on the fringe of heavy civil war activity. I'm lucky to have access to some really good spots. Keep looking & you'll find your bullet. HH



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Piedmontartifacts
Date: July 18, 2018 08:32PM
I live west of Atlanta. There was several battles not far from me and I now have a detector that will go deep enough. I’ll be swinging this weekend.



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Digger70pa
Date: July 19, 2018 10:54AM
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Piedmontartifacts
I live west of Atlanta. There was several battles not far from me and I now have a detector that will go deep enough. I’ll be swinging this weekend.
Good luck buddy. I hope you fill your pouch with relics. Saving history is cool. HH



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Cajuncoinhunter
Date: July 19, 2018 01:53PM
Good luck Piedmont. CCH



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Digger70pa
Date: July 19, 2018 03:08PM
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Piedmontartifacts
I live west of Atlanta. There was several battles not far from me and I now have a detector that will go deep enough. I’ll be swinging this weekend.
Make sure to post your finds. It's been slow here lately. Good luck again. HH



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Confetrit
Date: July 19, 2018 03:24PM
Hey Piedmont from another Georgia Relic Hunter. What detector did you get?

Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Piedmontartifacts
Date: July 19, 2018 04:30PM
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Confetrit
Hey Piedmont from another Georgia Relic Hunter. What detector did you get?
I just got the F75LTD, can’t wait to try it out. My son and I both bought new machines. Look out relics! Lol PA.

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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Cajuncoinhunter
Date: July 20, 2018 10:18AM
I've hunted with that machine for years. Made a lot of good finds.

CCH



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Digger70pa
Date: July 20, 2018 09:37PM
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Piedmontartifacts

Hey Piedmont from another Georgia Relic Hunter. What detector did you get? I just got the F75LTD, can’t wait to try it out. My son and I both bought new machines. Look out relics! Lol PA.
I had a F75 camo unit til someone stole it out of my truck one night. I replaced it with a T2se very close to being the same machine. I've done well with it over the years. I had lots of luck with putting a bigger after market coil on it. Like a 15"-12" SEF coil. HH



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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Piedmontartifacts
Date: July 20, 2018 10:29PM
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Hey Piedmont from another Georgia Relic Hunter. What detector did you get? I just got the F75LTD, can’t wait to try it out. My son and I both bought new machines. Look out relics! Lol PA. I had a F75 camo unit til someone stole it out of my truck one night. I replaced it with a T2se very close to being the same machine. I've done well with it over the years. I had lots of luck with putting a bigger after market coil on it. Like a 15"-12" SEF coil. HH
wow, I would be ticked. I was looking at the T2+, but I like my gb2 so much I went with fisher.

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Re: Gun tool carved Gardiner & chewed bullets
Posted by: Digger70pa
Date: July 21, 2018 07:33AM
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Hey Piedmont from another Georgia Relic Hunter. What detector did you get? I just got the F75LTD, can’t wait to try it out. My son and I both bought new machines. Look out relics! Lol PA. I had a F75 camo unit til someone stole it out of my truck one night. I replaced it with a T2se very close to being the same machine. I've done well with it over the years. I had lots of luck with putting a bigger after market coil on it. Like a 15"-12" SEF coil. HHwow, I would be ticked. I was looking at the T2+, but I like my gb2 so much I went with fisher.
I have a G2 that I used a lot. It put lots of relics in my collection. I used a 15" nel attack coil on it. I've been using a GPX this year pretty much exclusively though. It's hard to put down. I find stuff in my old spots that the vlf machines can't touch. HH



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