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    The great fisher 1265 x

    The 1265x is a personal favourite of mine. I had the 1266x, but let it go and kept the 65’.
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    So. Tell me if I have this "Aunt Jemima" thing correct.

    This reminds me of when I was at a house party about 15 years ago. Racism was a big deal then already. A darker skinned girl called out “Hey, whiteboy“, referring to me. I impulsively thought of returning the same to her but fortunately for me, I refrained... It does not translate the same.
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    Got a new toy today!

    Great machines! I’ve really enjoyed learning and using this machine.
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    Gold ring digital numbers

    Almost all the rings I’ve found are in the 1-2.5 gram, women’s ring size. They read in the foil range #’s 22-27, right under a nickel on the F75. A couple read dead on at nickel 29. I’ve only managed to get 2 bigger Gold rings which read 40 and zinc penny 67. One trick that works to some extent...
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    Best Machine for jewelry on land

    Of the 12-15 or so low-Midrange machines I’ve used, I’d give the F-75 coupled with a 10” concentric The edge as a good jewelry machine. Not only does it have decent depth if needed, but it hits hard on low conductors, has a relatively accurate ID up to about 8-9” For coin sized targets in my...
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    Double whammy day

    Looks like you got a sweet spot there! comgrats on those finds, those are only getting harder to come by. 👍
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    What are the best spots to find old valuable coins ?

    Nothing has really changed... where people have a reason to be carrying them, activity, foliage and again; people. Do the research, get lucky and maybe you’ll stumble on a spot that hasn’t been hit yet. I got lucky early in my detecting phase and just winged getting permission for a field. There...
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    'Nuther question for you guys about Hydroxychloroquine.

    I’ve been using Chlorine Dioxide for a number of years. I rate it in the top 3 alternative medications I’ve ever used... and I’ve tried a lot. Before I quit smoking I’d get 3-4 severe lung infections a year, Every cold was followed by one. It would require a double does of prescription...
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    Some well armed duck hunters from the U.S. could probably take Canada

    Let’s face it. The Treaty/ native situation and how that whole she-mere has been handled is a straight out national disaster. On the other hand they have proven themselves quite harmless toward other races over the years as far as I can tell and they are in the same shoe as we are with loosing...
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    Those are some really nice finds. I’ve wanted to find a chauffeur badge but the chances of that happening where I live are slim to none. congrats to you.
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    Took the F75 out for a spin

    I admit that I for the most part I do rely heavily on the TID as an aid in cherry picking but also listen for the high pitched audio response this machine makes on low conductors in 2 tone and then dig if ID falls into low foil range and up... which means I expect to dig a bunch of junk even...
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    sounds like your site knowledge and experience with that machine paid off. $14 is a nice haul!
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    Took the F75 out for a spin

    Dug the afternoon away with my recently acquired F75 while trying to learn its language. I am liking this machine. No gold but I had an incredible amount of fun. I was using the 10” elliptical concentric and mostly just dug anything that sounded good. disc @ 15 sens @ 50 F2... I really like...
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    F70 sees the light

    I haven’t used it a whole lot but to me the stock DD does seem a tad little deeper, especially on the toe/ heel of coil compared to the concentric. Jim summed up my reason for purchasing the coil; bottlecaps. i can justify digging foil and canslaw in hopes of digging some jewelry. I can justify...
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    'Nuther question for you guys about Hydroxychloroquine.

    Are you familiar with the Jim Humble story and how he discovered the health benefits of chlorine dioxide or MMS1? I think I know where you are coming from. If there really is something out there that will help people get better, what could possibly motivate anyone to turn a blind eye or try...
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    F70 sees the light

    Looks like that machine is working for you. I just picked up the f70 5x10 concentric coil and am liking it on the f75. It’s a Very nice park/ trash coil.
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    Replacing Anfibio Upper Shaft

    I had to remove control box and sent it in last fall. Take the screw out, wiggle housing side to side and pull it off handle horizontall/ parallel to the shaft. NOT up or vertically away from handle.
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    Took my Anfibio to an old school today

    Yea, I would think those mini balls would have a little more age than the other finds... could be other variables at play too. Maybe with more time there other older finds will surface and give more info about the site.
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    The Anfibio, frequency and EMI

    The Anfibio is a deep machine, if a vlf will hit those targets, it would be a decent choice in my books. As far as emi goes, I have one or two sites that have rendered every machine I have ever taken there - near useless. The Anfibio didn’t fare any better than others I tried at those spots...